About the Corporate Service Council

The Points of Light Corporate Service Council is an annual membership program that empowers and equips CSR and corporate social impact leaders and their teams with actionable resources, insights, training and connections needed to advance their social impact goals and be recognized for their success. We support our members by providing:

  • Learning & Professional Development Opportunities
  • Thought Leadership & Sector Recognition
  • Annual In-Person Events & Gatherings
  • Connections to Peers, Partners & Sector Experts
  • CSR Insights, Resources & Support

We believe that companies can be drivers of transformative social change in communities around the world and that this potential is realized when employees are inspired and engaged as part of the strategy.


In 2005

90+ member companies

50+ percent Fortune 500


Purpose-driven executives and practitioners

Current & Past Chairs

KPMG, AT&T, UPS, Deloitte, Bank of America, Starbucks, GE, The Home Depot

Member Benefits

Learning & Professional Development Opportunities: Open to members and their teams, Points of Light hosts virtual meetings and professional development opportunities with industry experts as well as peer discussions to share best practices on pressing issues impacting their work.   

Thought Leadership & Sector Recognition: Points of Light publicly recognizes Corporate Service Council members to spotlight their CSR leaders and help position their work in the social impact sector and among their key stakeholders.    

Annual In-Person Events & Gatherings: A highlight for many members are the in-person events that bring together peers and sector partners with exciting opportunities for learning, networking and being inspired.   

Connections to Peers, Partners & Sector Experts: Through monthly convenings, in-person events and facilitated introductions to peers and partners, members can make connections to take their programs and career to the next level.     

CSR Insights, Resources & Support: Members have access to Points of Light’s wealth of corporate social impact resources, research and learning briefs as well as curated information from industry partners. 

CSC members have access to exclusive learning opportunities facilitated by industry experts and corporate leaders. Topics include:

  • Employee Volunteerism & Engagement 
  • Social Impact Measurement 
  • Skills-Based & Pro Bono Volunteerism 
  • ERG and BRG Collaboration 
  • Disaster Planning & Response 
  • Volunteer Councils & Champions 
  • Board Training & Placement 
  • Social Impact Storytelling 
  • Corporate Advocacy & Public Policy 
  • Engaging Global Workforces 
  • Election and Voter Support 
  • Employee Recognition & Awards 
  • Corporate Racial Equity Initiatives 
  • Impact Hiring and HR Collaboration 

Annual Winter Council Summit 

This complimentary 2-day event brings together corporate citizenship leaders and executives from around the country and includes actionable learning sessions and inspiring discussions with peers, thought leaders and sector experts. The 2024 Winter Summit will take place Feb. 22 – 23 in New York City, New York.  View key takeaways from the previous event in Washington, DC.  

Annual Points of Light Conference & Council Summit 

Points of Light convenes the Council for special complimentary programming open to members and their teams to kick off its annual Conference. The 2024 Conference and Summit will take place Jun. 11 – 14 in Houston, Texas. View key takeaways from the previous event in Chicago, Illinois.  

Monthly Virtual Meetings, Trainings & Discussions 

Open to members and their teams, Points of Light hosts virtual meetings and professional development opportunities with industry experts as well as peer discussions to share best practices on pressing issues impacting their work.  

Meet the Corporate Service Council Chair

Anita Whitehead

President & Chair, KPMG US Foundation

Anita serves as the President and Chair of the KPMG US Foundation, where she is responsible for the strategy of our firm’s philanthropic efforts. She also serves as the lead for our Social Impact practice, where she supports both our non-profit and corporate clients on their philanthropic strategies. Her professional career has been shaped by a culture of service. First working in healthcare at Indiana University Medical Center and George Washington University Medical Center, then joining KPMG 22 years ago, helping organizations move forward on their philanthropic journeys.

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Corporate Service Council Members

  • Abbott

  • AbbVie

  • Allstate Foundation

  • Altria

  • Amazon

  • American Electric Power Foundation

  • Ares

  • AT&T

  • Atrium Health

  • Bank of America

  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois

  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

  • Caesars Entertainment

  • CarMax

  • Charles Schwab & Co. Inc.

  • Citi

  • Citgo

  • The Coca-Cola Company

  • Comcast NBCUniversal

  • Cox Enterprises

  • CSAA Insurance Group

  • CVS Health

  • Delta Air Lines

  • Dentons US LLP

  • Dow

  • Equitable

  • FedEx Corporation

  • Fidelity Investments

  • Fiserv

  • Ford Motor Company

  • Freeport-McMoRan

  • Galaxy Digital

  • General Mills Foundation

  • General Motors

  • Health Care Service Corporation

  • Hilton Worldwide

  • The Home Depot

  • Jeff Hoffman & Associates

  • John Deere

  • KeyBank


  • Liberty Mutual Insurance

  • Lineage

  • Lowe's

  • MassMutual

  • Northrop Grumman

  • Pacific Life

  • Paul Hastings

  • PDS Health

  • Pfizer Inc.

  • Phillips 66


  • Power Design

  • Prologis

  • Prudential

  • Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

  • RTX

  • S&P Global

  • Sanofi

  • Sony Corporation of America

  • Southwest Airlines

  • Standard Chartered Bank

  • Starbucks Coffee Company

  • State Street Corporation

  • Synopsys

  • Target Corporation

  • Tata Consultancy Services

  • True Impact

  • Truist

  • UnitedHealth Group

  • Unum Group

  • UPS

  • VeraWorks

  • The Walt Disney Company

  • Wells Fargo