Your Guide to Creating and Promoting a Culture of Gender Equality

Your Guide to Creating and Promoting a Culture of Gender Equality

Find four effective ways to connect your CSR efforts to the gender equality cause and empower your people to work toward positive change.

Your programs are a powerful lever that you can use to support and amplify the passions of your socially conscious workforce. Many of your people are already thinking about gender equality and are getting together to take action towards solutions.

Your CSR Program as a Diversity and Inclusion Catalyst

Diversity, Inclusion…and Belonging?


We often discuss D&I, but there’s another important factor to a thriving workplace culture: belonging. Learn more about this crucial “third piece” of the D&I puzzle.

The need to belong doesn’t stop at the bounds of our personal lives. The desire for belonging is equally as strong in the workplace—but it’s only recently being recognized and embraced as a foundational component of culture that helps businesses and their employees thrive.

3 Words that Opened My Mind to a New Meaning of Diversity & Inclusion

Go Beyond the Surface

Sona Khosla, VP Marketing at Benevity, shares how she—a woman and a visible minority—learned the value of staying different in the tech and business world. 

Are we being fair? Are we bringing on people for what they can contribute? Or do we select them because they are the same as us and that makes us comfortable? Are we providing everyone with the best experience possible?
— Sona Khosla, VP Marketing at Benevity

Find out how Benevity can help amplify your CSR programs around gender equality—and all the other causes that matter to your people.

We're working to support women in our own communities to help create a more gender balanced world. You can help us make a difference this International Women's Day by donating to The Women's Centre Calgary, Canada Learning Code and YW Calgary at the Benevity Community Impact Portal until March 12 and get a 100% match.