People, Social Action & Community Engagement CSR News

Curiosity Cube Brings a Mobile Science Lab to Vail Elementary Students

Article

Curiosity Cube, a retrofitted shipping container transformed into a mobile laboratory, paraded through Temecula, Feb. 22-24, during their second annual nationwide tour.

Easter Basket Blitz Brings Smiles Throughout the U.S.

Wells Fargo volunteers renewed a springtime tradition: delivering thousands of Easter baskets to children in hospitals, shelters, and other locations.
Blog

Berenice Martinez wasn’t expecting her son Joshua to have such a joy-filled day as a patient at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami. But on March 28, he was surprised with a personal visit from the Easter Bunny, an Easter basket, and his first ride in a Wells Fargo stagecoach.

StubHub Center Foundation and LA Galaxy Foundation Host Sold-Out 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Multimedia with summary

Earlier today, AEG’s StubHub Center Foundation and LA Galaxy Foundation hosted the 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for more than 1,000 children and families from surrounding communities at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.

The event took place at the StubHub Center Track & Field Stadium, where guests spent the afternoon hunting for Easter eggs with team mascot, Cozmo in addition to LA Galaxy Star Squad members, the StubHub Center Street Team and the Easter Bunny.

Ocado Reduces Food Waste Through Redistribution Initiatives

By Tom Idle
Article

Food waste is a huge global issue. Every year, UK households throw away £13 billion worth of food. A staggering 7.3 million tonnes of household food waste was thrown away in 2015, according to the waste advisory body WRAP.
 

Make-A-Wish® Challenges You to Support World Wish Day® This April

Blog

World Wish Day, April 29, celebrates the day that Chris Greicius’ wish was granted in 1980 – sparking the creation of Make-A-Wish and a global wish-granting movement that has seen nearly 450,000 life-changing wishes come true for children worldwide, since Chris’ wish in 1980.

It is celebrated annually by the global organization and has been an opportunity to raise awareness and funds online to help grant the wishes of children diagnosed with critical illnesses – while celebrating our global impact.

HanesBrands Earns 11th United Way Campaign Excellence Honor, Raising $1.97 Million to be Donated In 2018

Employees Also Donate Nearly 2,000 Volunteer Hours to Local Non-Profit Agencies
Press Release

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., March 29, 2018 /3BL Media/ – HanesBrands announced today that the company and its employees have pledged $1.97 million this year to the United Way of Forsyth County and surrounding communities, earning the United Way’s 11th campaign excellence award.

The United Way of North Carolina awarded Hanes with its Spirit of North Carolina Award for campaign excellence, the 10th consecutive Spirit Award and 11th earned in the past 12 years by Hanes and its employees.

AEG Teams up With Young Storytellers to Host the “Big Show” at L.A. LIVE’s GRAMMY Museum

AEG Employees Mentor students from Hollenbeck Middle School in Boyle Heights, Calif. through Young Storytellers Script-to-Stage Program
Multimedia with summary

AEG, the world’s leading sports and live entertainment company in the world, and Young Storytellers, a nonprofit organization that develops creative learning behaviors through the art of storytelling, recently teamed up to mentor a group of students from Hollenbeck Middle School in Boyle Heights, Calif. through Young Storytellers Script-to-Stage program.

A Colombian Renaissance

The Blended Capital Approach to Restoring Economic and Cultural Vitality
Blog

Contemplate, for a moment, some of the most destructive challenges facing development today: the increasing prevalence of natural disasters; the underfunding of development goals; the violations of the freedoms of association, expression, and peaceful assembly; the maddening persistence of poverty; and above all, the accelerating effects of global climate change.

Finding a Voice for Rwandan Healthcare

Global Health Corporate Champions in Kigali Collaborate to Communicate
Blog

For more than a decade, Health Development Initiative (HDI), a local health organization located on the outskirts of Kigali, has attended to the critical and often taboo health needs of underrepresented Rwandans including the poor and LGBTQ communities. In Rwanda, participating in sexual activity as a youth, a sex worker, or a homosexual – HDI’s target healthcare recipients – is either illegal or so heavily stigmatized that it can destroy lives and fracture communities. Therefore, seeking – and providing – care for these individuals can be a risky endeavor.

Pages

Subscribe to People, Social Action & Community Engagement