As media partner of the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre's (NVPC) Company of Good programme, The Business Times is featuring examples of impactful corporate giving in Singapore. Each Monday over the next few months, BT will feature some founding members of the Company of Good initiative, which aims to make goodness the business of every organisation. The series will showcase how firms – large or small, homegrown or multinational – have taken steps to serve underprivileged communities.

COMPANY OF GOOD

MAKING the world a better place is not just the responsibility of governments but companies as well.

COMPANY OF GOOD

WHILE real estate developer City Developments (CDL) is famous for being involved in some of the most iconic buildings in Singapore, it is equally well known that the company is a role model for...

COMPANY OF GOOD

ONE can be sceptical about the purpose of corporations and their need to maximise profits, but there are firms out there that choose not only to do good work, but to do good.

COMPANY OF GOOD

COSMETICS retailer Lush - which sells products that range from fizzing bath bombs to shower jellies - is in the business of helping customers feel good and do good at the same time.

COMPANY OF GOOD

OFTEN named the world's best airport, Changi Airport is no slouch either in corporate giving. ...

COMPANY OF GOOD

BUILDING solutions for large government clients has certainly given tech company CrimsonLogic a glimpse into the future of technology.

COMPANY OF GOOD

THE empowering of women has been at the core of payments solutions player Mastercard's corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives around the world...

COMPANY OF GOOD

WHAT do you do when you are a company with few people, yet still wish to do your part for charity?

COMPANY OF GOOD

INFORMATICS Education is making the best of their expertise - IT and business education - and extending it beyond their own students.

COMPANY OF GOOD

JOB security concerns are top of mind for many people all around the world as the speed of technological change has caused many traditional roles to become extinct.