Compugen CSMO featured in BC Business magazine
Compugen Finance is proud to announce that Green4Good™ is now one of 597 organizations in North America to be accepted into the United Nations Global Compact. The UN Global Compact is a voluntary initiative based on CEO commitments to implement universal sustainability principles and to take steps to support UN goals. Furthermore, it is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative.
The UN Global Compact’s governance framework includes studying networked governance models of other cutting-edge global action and solution networks and holding focus groups with participants and stakeholders, including governments, local networks, and academics. Compugen Finance and Green4Good are extremely honoured to now be globally recognized as an environmentally responsible business. Read more about the United Nations Global Compact here.
The Green4Good program offers Canadian enterprises an effective way to solve end-of-life IT asset disposition challenges. Through technology reuse and recycling, the value earned allows companies to contribute to charities, purchase new equipment or fund a social program that they may be a part of. Today, over 1, 600,000 IT assets have been diverted from landfills with more than 155 charities supported along the way.
Learn more about the Green4Good program here.
Compugen has announced the success of several of its community outreach initiatives as it reaffirms its commitment to corporate citizenship through ongoing charitable work. Historically, the national IT solutions provider has encouraged individual branches across Canada to support their local foundation of choice through donations and employee volunteerism. Every year, different Compugen offices organize fundraising events such as silent auctions and raffles with staff and partners to benefit their chosen cause. Read More …