The Corporate Social Responsibility branch of Seymour Projects represented by Melissa Unger and Corey Stevens – offers companies the opportunity to collaborate on the creation of innovative socio-cultural projects that help to enhance their image, visibility and impact while also fostering ties with their communities and adding value for their shareholders.
Corey and Melissa first met in 1985 as undergraduate students at Tufts University. It is their hope that their energetic creative connection be of the greatest possible service to the global community.
We are social sculptors
We transform contemporary societal challenges into projects that result in a positive impact. These days we’re focused on addressing the issue of social alienation by creating tools for self and social cohesion.
We help your company
+ Identify /understand/ anticipate impending psycho-social shifts/public needs.
+ Offer you a unique solution to those shifts/needs by creating a project tailored to your company.
+ Shepherd the project to ensure that it is implemented and adopted in a manner that results in maximum benefits.
+ Continue to adapt the project to your/the the public’s ever-evolving needs so that it may have long term ROI.
+ Help you communicate to the public and the press about the importance and social impact of the project.
Social innovations are new social practices that aim to meet social needs in a better way than the existing solutions with the goal of extending and strengthening civil society. Cross-sector fertilization underlies the three key mechanisms that are driving contemporary social innovation: Exchange of ideas and values, shifts in roles and relationships, integration of private capital with public and philanthropic support. Ultimately, the most difficult and important problems cannot be understood, let alone solved, without involving the nonprofit, public, and private sectors.
[source: Stanford Graduate School of Business]
+ For more information on CSR, click HERE.