- Certified B Corporations have a “social conscience” and are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community, and the environment.
- This community of leaders, including Ariel, shares one unifying goal — driving a global movement of people using business as a force for good.
- There are only 2,655 Certified B Corporations, representing 150 Industries, across 60 Countries.
One way we give back
Since Ariel’s founding, the spirit of giving back has been at the core of our values.
Originally called Serve the Server, our outreach program’s focus was on helping local education. We changed the name to Ariel Outreach and broadened the scope of the organizations we served, increased the number of days we delivered, and revamped the mission to include organizations as diverse as social entrepreneurs, military veterans, at-risk youth, refugees, and more.
Ariel Outreach delivers our full spectrum of leadership communication skills training to a wide range of non-profits at reduced rates or pro bono. We help non-profit organizations enroll others in their vision for a better future and build their ability to communicate their missions in a compelling manner.
Some of our Ariel Outreach clients and partners include:
Through in-person programs, coaching, and virtual programs, we are helping social entrepreneurs to address poverty in Africa, India, Pakistan, and Colombia.
We help military veterans thrive in the civilian world and reconnect with their communities through improved communication skills and storytelling.
Established by Ariel’s co-founder, Belle Linda Halpern, Inspiring Educators helps schools succeed by developing the authentic presence of their education leaders.
UTEC’s mission is to ignite and nurture the ambition of our most disconnected young people to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success. Ariel teaches interpersonal skills that help the youth succeed socially and at work.
Service at Ariel comes in many shapes and sizes.
Whether we’re volunteering our time, offering donations, being a sponsor, providing pro-bono or reduced-fee training, or earning our B Corp certification, there are many ways that we pour our hearts into communities near and far.
Apply for the Ariel Outreach program
We can help your organization advocate and fundraise to grow and scale your impact, authentically inspire internal and external stakeholders, and communicate the value of your mission through compelling stories, both written and spoken, in order to improve your message. Submit your application for consideration.
Social Innovation Forum
The Social Innovation Forum creates positive social change in Greater Boston by engaging leaders, strengthening organizations, and building networks. Ariel has coached more than eighty organizations in effective communication for fundraising.
Social Innovation Forum