Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has now become a mainstream business practice. Today corporates closely involved in CSR are recognised worldwide through awards and adulations. Such recognitions give a good boost to the image of these companies as well. And in doing proper CSR, proper assessment and reporting becomes very important to monitor all activities. Many companies practicing CSR have noticed lot of benefits in terms of trust and economic benefits as well. But for proper execution of CSR activities, partners like NGOs are needed to execute the projects at ground level. While every country has a different way of reporting CSR, in India CSR is officially a law. After making it a law, India has witnessed large amount of investments from the private sector for social good. All over the world CSR has created a huge impact. It is for this reason that many see CSR as the route through which NGOs, private sector, and governments can come together to fulfil SDG2030.