As far as I know Monitor is not really known for CSR work. They are a very highly respected botique strategy consulting firm that does more marketing work than many others. I could be wrong, but I've never heard that they specialize in CSR. If anything they're known for marketing. Pretty much every firm will have some sort of nonprofit practice but usually it's only around 5% of their work (unless you are talking about a firm that specializes in this area like Bridgespan). Have heard of BSR, but don't know very much about them.
hi Thanks for your response, much appreciated.
Are you talking about bridge span, i searched the web and it looks like its more of a recruitment agency for senior management along with some management consulting.
Monitor has got an institute whose focus is on social Entrepreneurship.http://www.monitorinstitute.com/
. This is part of the bigger monitor consulting group and they help lot of Social Entrepreneurs also business leaders to blend social responsibility to their business strategy