Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is evolving in ways companies may not have anticipated. It’s more than just taking comfort in the knowledge that a company is a good community steward; employers are also finding that employees want to work for businesses that have an impact — and they want to be active participants in those efforts. For millennials, the desire to be a part of something larger is reflected in survey results: 81% want to work for a company that is a good corporate citizen. But CSR isn’t just for millennials. Another recent survey showed that across all age groups, more than 70% of employees want their company to make a positive impact socially and environmentally. Of course, impact goes beyond a check written by the CEO and/or parent organization. Employees have been active participants in the giving process, either by matching their employer's financial gifts or by participating in hands-on opportunities to get into the community and make a difference.