The Rotary Club of Bangkok South is one of the largest and oldest Rotary Clubs in Thailand with about 120 members from around 20 countries.
Each year the club raises about Baht 4 million from various fundraising activities, plus other funds from a variety of sponsorship and cooperative programmes. All of this money is channeled directly to projects benefiting the poor and disadvantaged in Thailand, with an emphasis on sustainable projects assisting children.
Tania Ellis was invited to give a talk on “Corporate Social Responsibility – what’s the bottom line”.
“On Friday last, Tania Ellis led us into the world of Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability in a carefully crafted three-part presentation that proved to be both highly entertaining and informative…. A thoroughly enjoyable talk, I noted a number of people near me looked positively ecstatic that they now had a genuinely will-informed idea about what CSR and sustainability mean along with examples they could share with others.”
Read more about the event in this short review in the Rotary magazine, South Wind, here.
Related articles by Tania Ellis:
“Sustainable business success through corporate social innovation”, European Financial Review