Multi-sector partnership is an oft touted priority of funders in the social sector yet it is one of the most challenging activities to master. The first half of the session will explore how corporates like Kimberly Clark and Kellogg’s has forged partnerships with organisations as diverse as United Way and Sesame Workshop to direct their financial and non-financial resources to further their organisational commitment to social impact. This second part of the session will be an opportunity for the audience to share the challenges and opportunities in finding -minded partners to identify, develop and fund (financially or otherwise) innovative and sustainable programmes that they are looking to develop.
- Discussion of the challenges in creating successful multi-sector partnership
- Alignment of partnership goals to corporate social impact outcomes
- Opportunities for collaboration for partnerships in the region
- How corporations can find the right partners to scale their impact initiatives: A case-study to tackle India’s malnutrition problems
- Turning the Growl of Hunger to a Purr of Sustainable Nutrition
- Innovations in Partnerships: Solving Morning Hunger
Kellogg’s is a successful example of a corporate which believes in the power of partnerships across a range of stakeholders that has aligned their corporate social impact strategy to deliver measurable and tangible results through their BrightStart movement.
Chief Executive Officer United Way Mumbai
Director Corp Comms, Public Affairs and Govt Relations Kellogg Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd
Managing Director, India Sesame Workshop
Asia Pacific Director of Communications and Government Affairs Kimberly-Clark Asia Pacific Headquarters
Managing Director Yayasan Hasanah