Doing Good: a 20|20 Initiative

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Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Walk

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Here at 20|20, we do a lot of trend-watching. One trend of note is the belief that companies and the people that work in them have an obligation to be a part of the community, helping solve society’s problems. This trend of corporate involvement is growing and spreading. Some people call it “Corporate Responsibility,” “Charity” or “Social Justice.” At 20|20, we simply call it Doing Good.

Because of you, our clients, we have been able to give back to our community and to the world.

Previous Doing Good contributions include:

  • Providing for the Homeless: 250 pairs of socks and 6 large bags of clothes.
  • Encouraging Overseas Soldiers: Wrote and delivered 100 Christmas cards to soldiers who would not be home for the holidays.
  • Feeding the Hungry: Over 500 cans of food donated to a food bank. With client’s permission, donated leftover food from food testing in our facilities.
  • Supporting the American Heart Association: 40 employees making donations and participating in the annual Heart Walk.
  • Protecting the Environment: 1000s of aluminum cans and 1000s of pounds of paper recycled from our offices.
  • Assisting the Red Cross: Corporate donations as well as a pro bono project to improve earthquake preparedness in the Bay Area.
  • Caring for Haitian Orphans: Corporate cash donations plus over 2500 diapers and 3000 bottles of formula donated.

The Joseph School

20_20 and CHOH

20|20’s corporate charity of choice is The Joseph School, a secondary leadership school for orphans in Haiti. ​

In June of 2014, 7 employees went to Haiti to serve and work at the school.

In January of 2017, a group of market researchers visited as part of a trip organized by the Marketing Research Education Foundation ( To read reflections on that trip as published in Quirks Marketing Research Review, click here: Read Article

Please visit to learn more about The Joseph School and how you can get involved.