Zoosa introduces Personal Social Impact reports

In a landscape where many Americans are “self-employed,” a new website, Zoosa, is taking the corporate out of corporate social responsibility (CSR) with the introduction of personal social impact reports. Similar to annual corporate social responsibility reports, Zoosa is now challenging individuals to issue reports on their personal social impact actions in an effort to inspire others to make a difference.

“We really wanted to challenge people to highlight their social impact. Our hope is that by encouraging people to share their activities and measure their impact, it will in turn encourage more people to share their stories and get involved. It’s a new year. Maybe it’s time to issue your first personal social impact report,” says Mike McGlade, Zoosa’s CEO.

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