The Company’s presence will certainly impact the environment and people, especially to them who lived around the company operates. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a concept that has been known in business to achieve success in a sustainable society while fulfilling its business purpose. Over the past decade, many companies already practising CSR and admit it as integral part of corporate strategic planning and routine operational performance. The purpose of this paper is to determine the influence company characteristics, financial performance, and corporate governance on firm value with corporate social responsibility disclosure as moderating variable of Listed Companies in Indonesia. The methodology used in this research is quantitative, to gather the required information and to validate the hypotheses. Then, data in this research are secondary data that will be collected from Indonesia Stock Exchange. Further, this research find that Financial Performance (FP) identified as the most influential variable toward Firm Value (FV) meanwhile Corporate Governance (CG) is the weakest factor that influence Firm Value. In addition, there is no moderating effect from CSR in the relationship between FP and CG toward FV. Meanwhile, CSR can moderate partially for relationship between CC and FV. This research limits the sample only listed companies in Indonesia. The findings in this research provide several implications. First, it will help to know what factors that influence firm value. Secondly, this research also identifies the influence of corporate social responsibility as mediator between company characteristics, financial performance, and corporate governance towards firm value.