Since 2006 employees of Sodexo have supported the Stop Hunger Backpack Food Program, helping to deliver more than 10 million meals to students in need
GAITHERSBURG, Md., December 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Employees of Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life services, understand that for some children the holidays don’t always mean bounty and joy. At times it means facing hunger.
Walmart and the Walmart Foundation use philanthropy to complement Walmart’s business initiatives as well as the efforts of others in civil society, business, and government to drive systemic improvements in economic opportunity, supply chain sustainability, and community resilience.
The problems being addressed are both large scale and complex, but Walmart believes that by working with their grantees and collaborators from the private sector, they can lead the way in driving significant, lasting change.
Outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland recently celebrated the close of the ninth consecutive harvest season of its Victory Garden, a plot of fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers outside the company’s Stratham, New
Curtis Granderson, who this week was presented with the Marvin Miller Man of the Year by his peers as part of the 25th annual Players Choice Awards, had no sooner left the MLB Network studio from which the awards show was broadcast before returning to his mission of ending food insecurity in impoverished neighborhoods.
It was the middle of November, after all, and his month-long Grand Giving hunger relief campaign was in full swing in his hometown of Chicago and his adopted home of New York City. He had people to see and hungry kids to feed.
By Tina Morefield, AT&T Director, Community Engagement
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On Sept. 24, more than 600 AT&T employees and family members came together in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to pack 178,848 meals to feed the hungry. The event, in partnership with Stop Hunger Now, was a single day record for the Dallas area chapter and helped support the organization’s goal of ending world hunger.
Winning student will receive a $5,000 grant to help fight hunger in his/her community
GAITHERSBURG, Md., September 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation announced its new Hunger Squad Competition, featuring the five national 2016 Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarship honorees who previously received a $5,000 scholarship for their education as well as a $5,000 grant for the hunger charity of their choice.
Last night I was the lucky representative of more than 1,500 colleagues here in the U.S. at Dannon and 100,000 Danoners around the world to receive Sodexo’s recognition as this year’s Hunger Champion. We are deeply grateful for our collaboration in business and for the equally important role we play together to make the world a better place.