Support in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Cox’s national sustainability program
ATLANTA, March 29, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- As part of the 10th anniversary of its Cox Conserves sustainability program, Cox Enterprises is announcing its support of the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition’s (ABC) Atlanta Streets Alive open streets initiative. Cox is joining Atlanta Streets Alive at the Road Captain level, supporting ABC’s efforts to develop a more livable and accessible Atlanta by making biking equitable, safe and appealing.
January 6, 2017 /3BL Media/ - In 2016, General Motors awarded $1.7 million to nonprofit organizations located in and serving General Motors communities across the U.S. through the company’s Community Grants Program.
With a special focus in the areas of STEM education, vehicle and road safety, neighborhood revitalization and workforce development, the program allows facilities to designate grant funding to organizations vital to addressing the needs of the employees and customers in their region.
Sustainability report highlights BAT's commitment to operating to the highest standards of corporate conduct
September 6, 2016 /3BL Media/ - British American Tobacco’s commitment to operating to the highest standards of corporate conduct is the focus of its latest report.
Corporate conduct is one of three key areas – the other two being harm reduction and sustainable agriculture and farmer livelihoods – that together comprise British American Tobacco’s Sustainability Agenda, a key strategic pillar for the business’s long-term success.
As we spring into the new year, we honor our final two 2015 Champions of DOT – Kelly Chrietzberg and Mohammed Farshori – who helped end 2015 on a high note with their selfless acts to better their communities.
What do you get when you merge AT&T and DIRECTV, two of the nation’s most community-minded companies? An even greater impact on the communities where we live and work – not to mention a union that will redefine our industry.
Our shared values – including our commitment to advancing education and fostering a culture of employee volunteerism– make us a powerful match.
It’s almost Action Team time. The beginning of the school year is when existing Action Team Captains – those high school students who plan and organize Action Team events in their school and community – are busy planning how they’ll make a difference during the year. It’s also when students are forming new Action Teams at high schools across the country, and, in the process – whether they know it or not – of building a legacy that they’ll remember for the rest of their lives.