Social Impact

Weber Shandwick’s award-winning Social Impact team shapes engagement strategies for purpose-driven organisations, companies and brands committed to achieving a healthier, more equal and sustainable planet.

Now, more than ever, we need innovative and creative solutions to societal challenges. Geopolitical uncertainty, the impacts of climate change and other global trends are undermining recent progress. Tackling inequalities and achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 will require unprecedented levels of cooperation across public, private and social spheres.

We work with the change-agents in the vanguard of these new collaborations – the companies, foundations, non-profits, governments and individuals taking on the greatest threats to people, planet and prosperity.

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Our integrated communications offering encompasses Public Affairs, Corporate Communications and Sustainability. We help our clients to define their unique position and voice and to communicate their social purpose. We shape communications strategies anchored in rigorous research into our audiences and current conversations. We tell our clients’ stories in vibrant and creative ways, across the full range of media and digital platforms, to deliver measurable impact.

From global health to climate change, gender equality to food security, our client engagements span all 17 SDGs. With more than 100 specialists across our network, we offer the reach and resources of a global agency, combined with the deep issue expertise and passion of a team that’s in the business to drive transformative change.

We are proud to partner with, among others, ActionAid UK, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation, Global Partnership for Education, GlaxoSmithKline, HSBC, International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations, Nespresso, Oxford University, Pearson/Project Literacy, Plan International, UBS Optimus Foundation, UNICEF, Unilever, World Food Programme and World Health Organization.

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