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Corporate Hartz engages business leadership, their employees, and their families.

In 2000, Corporate Hartz, LLC was formed from the cumulative experience of its Founder and President, Jennifer Levine Hartz.  Companies must be creative about involving the nonprofit sector and the government in their efforts to increase shareholder value.  Corporate Social Responsibility requires full integration between business and community initiatives.

Corporate Social Responsibility:  We employ benchmarks, best practices, internal and external research, analytical rigor, and experience to develop easily implemented strategies and programs which leverage company resources to address business and societal challenges. Projects include: cost reduction; legal compliance; sales and business development; attraction, training, and retention of diverse employees; product development; vendor relations; internal and external communication; brand awareness; and corporate reputation.

Personal Philanthropy:  Jennifer Hartz works directly with individuals and their families to design an engagement program that shares values with the next generation; leverages individual skills, resources, and interests together with funding; and fosters a focus on what is most important. 

The ROI of Giving: article by Cass Brewer & Jennifer Hartz. Research show that generosity and profitability can, and should, go hand-in-hand.

Strategic Partnerships: companies must think about community relations as they do other investments.

Impact Areas of Previous Engagements:

Product Development:  environmental program for a multi-national conglomerate.

Business Development:  strategies, programs, policies, and processes to build relationships with current and potential clients for professional service firms.

Green Operations:  reduced renovation costs for international hotel company with a multi-faceted, sustainable reduce, reuse, recycle program.

Community Relations:  long-range planning for corporate foundation and employee volunteer programs, including outcomes measures, professional development, and internal & external communications.

Post-merger Integration:  international charitable program to expose the new brand and unite employees worldwide. 

Family Philanthropy:  development of mission, strategies, structure, roles, processes, and communications. 

Corporate Philanthropy: there are important business reasons your company should partner with non-profits.

Executive Integration: establish yourself and your business through civic leadership.

Employees as Community: nonprofit partnerships can provide valuable benefits to your company's most important community - its employees.