More about Federation Internationale de Football Association - FIFA Corporate Social Responsibility
Football is played by millions around the world. As the guardian of the game, FIFA – with its 208 member associations – has a responsibility that goes beyond simply organising the FIFA World Cup™ and developing the game itself. In recent years, world football’s governing body has further strengthened its commitment to building a better future by defining a social responsibility strategy and setting up a Corporate Social Responsibility Department.
Since 2005, FIFA’s approach to its social responsibility has undergone an important shift. While FIFA has supported humanitarian activities and made charitable donations for over two decades, it has moved from a passive philanthropic role to a committed, responsible and involved actor. Nowadays FIFA is active through concrete initiatives and projects such as the “20 Centres for 2010” FIFA World Cup campaign, “Say No to Racism”, “My Game is Fair Play”, “Green Goal”, “Siyakhona” and most prominently “Football for Hope”.