Today, many companies balance profitability with social responsibility. This creates some uncertainty for entrepreneurs, as it is difficult to understand whether they are just implementing social initiatives or completely transforming their business to address social challenges. Businesses can demonstrate their social engagement through corporate social responsibility (CSR) or by restructuring their business model to accommodate social entrepreneurship. Although these approaches are different, entrepreneurs and consumers often confuse them.

The Platform for Social Change works with businesses to break down traditional views of charity and introduce innovative models that combine social impact and entrepreneurship. By integrating CSR into their business strategies, companies become active drivers of social change, providing long-term benefits for both society and their own sustainability.

Thanks to our support, various medical, educational, and agri-food businesses have launched initiatives to make their businesses more accessible to vulnerable populations. For example, one of the projects was to provide free medical services to people affected by the full-scale invasion.

Business plays a crucial role in improving the quality of life in small communities. By investing in local development projects, the companies we work with help revitalize towns and villages, making them more attractive places to live and work. This includes various types of support, from improving local infrastructure to supporting small businesses and community centers.

At the Platform for Social Change, we aim to guide businesses in adopting models that maximize both economic and social value. In this way, we not only contribute to the development of a better society, but also create a stronger and more sustainable business environment.