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How Two Lenovo Employees Support the Fight for a World Without Cancer

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Today is Giving Tuesday, a day of global generosity unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. In the spirit of giving back, Davor Cindric, Vice President of WW Strategic Alliances, and Gina Vespi, Marketing and Event Specialist of WW Strategic Alliances, continue to use their passion for cancer research and awareness to support American Cancer Society’s (ACS) fight for a world without cancer.

Waiting for HUGS: Providing Care to Make Smiles Possible

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A child’s smile is one of their earliest expressions of joy and connection. Unfortunately for children born with congenital ear and facial deformities, they are not only deprived of a smile, but also a healthy and joyful life from the complications that may follow. Correcting deformities with surgery requires a focused set of medical skills and specializations. While those skills may be available within the United States, they are lacking in areas that have some of the highest incidences of facial deformities.

Work for Humankind: Lenovo Invites You to Work From One of Earth's Most Remote Locations with Smarter Technology

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Research conducted by Lenovo™ reveals more than two-thirds of Gen Z and Millennial respondents feel it’s important to give back and contribute positively to local communities during a ‘Work from Anywhere’ experience

  • Work for Humankind is a bold initiative in partnership with Island Conservation and the Robinson Crusoe Island community that calls on volunteers from around the world to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to experience first-hand how to make a long-lasting difference with a remote island community, while working from one of the most remote offices in the world enabled by tech
  • Powered by Lenovo tech, volunteers will take their hybrid work to the Island and come together through several life-changing restoration projects on Robinson Crusoe Island to help prevent the extinction of endangered species and support the local community on its journey to sustainability
  • Underpinning this initiative is new research from Lenovo that reveals the growing significance of remote and hybrid work for respondents, spotlighting their increasing desire for flexibility
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Research conducted by Lenovo™ reveals more than two-thirds of Gen Z and Millennial respondents feel it’s important to give back and contribute positively to local communities during a ‘Work from Anywhere’ experience

  • Work for Humankind is a bold initiative in partnership with Island Conservation and the Robinson Crusoe Island community that calls on volunteers from around the world to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to experience first-hand how to make a long-lasting difference with a remote island community, while working from one of the most remote offices in the world enabled by tech
  • Powered by Lenovo tech, volunteers will take their hybrid work to the Island and come together through several life-changing restoration projects on Robinson Crusoe Island to help prevent the extinction of endangered species and support the local community on its journey to sustainability
  • Underpinning this initiative is new research from Lenovo that reveals the growing significance of remote and hybrid work for respondents, spotlighting their increasing desire for flexibility

New Mexico School for the Deaf Keeps Students Engaged at Home with LanSchool Air Classroom Management

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Santa Fe’s New Mexico School for the Deaf (NMSD) provides free enrollment to any New Mexican child from 18 months to 21 years of age who has a diagnosed hearing loss. Many children rely on NMSD’s residential services, as their families live too far away to commute each day. The decision to close schools during the pandemic meant disrupting not only students’ day-to-day schedules but living arrangements as well.

A Critical Time to Give Back: Lenovo Grows Global Volunteer Event for 5th Consecutive Year

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In September 2021, Lenovo hosted its fifth annual Love on Global Month of Service, engaging employees around the world in volunteerism aligned to Lenovo’s philanthropic mission to empower underrepresented populations with access to technology and STEM education.

Celebrating the Net-Zero Standard on Our Path to Net-Zero

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October 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today, Lenovo is thrilled to celebrate the launch of the Net-Zero Standard (the Standard) with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) . Lenovo was one of ~80 companies selected to “road test” the Standard before today’s launch. The first ever science-based Net-Zero Standard for emissions reduction will combat the current inconsistencies that surround net-zero targets and enable consistent measurement and evaluation of a company’s emissions reduction.

Bee Downtown: The Unlikely Pairing of Bees and Technology

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The Bee-ginning

Bees are a crucial part of our ecosystem; many don’t know that bees pollinate nearly three-quarters of the plants that produce 90% of the world’s food. As a fourth-generation beekeeper, I have seen firsthand the impact these creatures have on the planet. While attending college at North Carolina State University, my passion for bees drove me to create my business, or “beesness”as we like to call it, called Bee Downtown.

How Smart Home Technology Empowers and Creates Independence

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Smart home technology has come a long way in recent years. Living in a “smart home” can provide a convenient and high-end experience. Being able to turn on and off the lights with a voice command, adjusting the thermostat right from your smartphone, or answering the front door from anywhere in the house – smart devices make simple tasks even more seamless for many people.

Lenovo Helps Estimated 3 Million People Across India During COVID 19

Lenovo partnered with nonprofits to procure and deliver life-saving equipment in further COVID-19 relief efforts
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When a second, harsher wave of COVID-19 swept India in March 2021, millions of cases strained healthcare providers and other frontline workers across the subcontinent. This led to a critical shortage of essential medical supplies and infrastructure. These supplies were key to supporting both individuals fighting the virus as well as India’s communities battling to stop the pandemic’s spread.

Creating a Smarter, More Inclusive Future for All

by Calvin Crosslin, Chief Diversity Officer and Lenovo Foundation President
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At Lenovo, we have a vision to provide smarter technology that builds a smarter, more inclusive future for our colleagues and communities. During Global Diversity Awareness Month, we’re excited to announce new goals that build on the accomplishments of 2020 and seek to increase diversity in our leadership while fostering more inclusion in our workplace and products.

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