The Corporate Social Responsibility Council of St. John’s
University is a distinguished group of corporate stakeholders who
are dedicated to addressing the educational, environmental and
social needs of the community they serve. The Council includes
corporations that are committed to corporate philanthropy and
understand that it is changing due to a variety of economic and
social challenges that impact nearly every section of our society.
These corporations also recognize the opportunity and importance of
aligning with a nationally recognized, values-oriented University
that has been responding to community needs since 1870.
Membership in the Corporate Social Responsibility Council is
mutually beneficial for both the University and the corporate
member. The University benefits by obtaining corporate donations
that are used to support student scholarships, environmental
sustainability initiatives and volunteer service and community
engagement programs. In addition, it is helpful in developing
advocates within the business community to support St. John’s
programs and initiatives, thereby fostering the University’s unique
Vincentian mission of caring and concern for others.
Corporate members also benefit in a variety of ways. They receive
special invitations to a number of St. John’s events and networking
receptions and as well as acknowledgement on all appropriate
promotional materials, including publications, invitations, signage
and the University Web site. They also benefit from their status as
a recognized corporate citizen associated with a global,
For additional information about becoming a member of the St.
John’s University Corporate Social Responsibility Council, please
call Jonelle Bradshaw de Hernandez, Director, Office of Corporate
and Foundation Relations at (718) 990-7596 or e-mail email@example.com.