An attorney by day, Nick Katsoris’ childhood dream was to become an author. Some 15 years ago, the Eastchester, New York, resident was inspired to write a series of children’s books featuring Loukoumi, a cuddly lamb named after the sweet Greek candy. His dream of becoming an author realized with his award-winning book series, Nick knew he could help others achieve their dreams as well.
October 5, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The Arby’s Foundation will partner with TEGNA Inc and Points of Light for Make A Difference Day on Saturday, October 22. Make A Difference Day is one of the largest annual single-days of service nationwide. In their inaugural year of the partnership, the Arby’s Foundation will provide support for Make A Difference Day projects across the country.
For every $1 donated, the Arby’s Foundation provides up to ten meals to children in need
ATLANTA, August 29, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Childhood hunger lives in communities large and small across the country, with no regard for geographic or demographic boundaries. In an effort to raise awareness to this issue and help end childhood hunger in America, Arby’s® restaurants are teaming up with their guests to make a difference. Starting today through Oct.
Company organizes CSR efforts around four pillars of YouthFULL®, SkillFULL®, ResourceFULL® and FlavorFULL®
ATLANTA, June 27, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Arby’s, America’s first nationally franchised sandwich restaurant brand with more than 3,300 restaurants worldwide, has released its first PurposeFULL report highlighting progress across its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform.
ATLANTA, Nov. 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Arby’s® restaurants across the country raised more than $3.7 million to end childhood hunger in America, surpassing last year’s record-breaking $3.4 million. From August 3 – September 20, participating Arby’s restaurants teamed with guests to collect donations for the Arby’s Foundation, in support of its mission to end childhood hunger in America in partnership with No Kid Hungry.
Share Our Strength recognizes the work and partnership of the Arby’s Foundation in their work and mission to end childhood hunger in America.
At the ninth annual Give Me Five dinner, a Share Our Strength culinary event held in Atlanta, the Arby’s Foundation received the highly-esteemed Great Oak Award for their commitment to ending childhood hunger in America. Share Our Strength’s President, Tom Nelson, presented the award to Paul Brown, CEO, Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc.
Guests can donate inside Arby’s® restaurants from August 3-Sept. 13; for every $1 donated, the Arby’s Foundation provides up to ten meals to children in need
Atlanta, August 3, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Childhood hunger lives in communities large and small across the country, with no regard for geographic or demographic boundaries. In an effort to raise awareness to this issue and help end childhood hunger in America, Arby’s® restaurants are teaming up with their guests to make a difference. Starting today through Sept.
Neville Craw had not been on a bicycle since high school, but it did not deter him from pedaling 300 miles in three days between Santa Barbara and San Diego, California.
The Arby’s chef was part of Chefs Cycle, a charity program under the larger No Kid Hungry initiative, which seeks to end childhood hunger in the U.S. Only in its second year, Chefs Cycle raised nearly $340,000, which translates to roughly 3.4 million meals for children who would not otherwise have a lunch.
Arby's CEO Paul Brown calls on fellow business leaders to help end childhood hunger
For many kids, summer comes with the thrill of anticipation of bike rides, swimming, vacations and long, lazy days hanging out with friends. For nearly one million kids in Georgia, however, it’s a much different story. For those in low-income families, summer’s bright promise has been replaced with worry, anxiety and the threat of hunger.
Series of Events Hosted by Arby’s to Raise Awareness of Summer Hunger in America
ATLANTA, May 28, 2015 /3BL Media/ – As the final bell nears at schools across America, millions of children await the joys of summer. But for millions more, that closing bell brings uncertainty about when and where their next meal will come from. According to No Kid Hungry, of the 22 million kids who receive a free or reduced-price lunch during the school year, only 17.5 percent receive proper nourishment during the summer months.