There are many ways that PayPal supports good causes, from enabling nonprofits to raise money using online tools to powering corporate initiatives that encourage their customers to do the same. In 2018, 55.1 million people from over 200 markets contributed $9.6 billion to more than 665,000 charitable organizations via PayPal.
Madeleine Albright was the first woman to serve as the U.S. Secretary of State. She was also Ambassador to the United Nations and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the United States. Her accolades and honors are as extensive as her brooch collection, which she uses as a form of personal expression.
PayPal President and CEO, Dan Schulman, speaks with Alex Cross, President of Serve on the importance of helping veterans return to civilian life after their military service.
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This Veterans Day, PayPal President and CEO, Dan Schulman, spoke with Alex Cross, President of Serve – PayPal’s employee resource group for veterans and allies. The two discussed the importance of helping veterans successfully transition from military service into civilian careers, why veterans are an important talent pool, and the unique skill sets veterans bring to the workforce.
PayPal’s international money transfer service works with Walmart and Ria to offer cash pick-up in minutes at 4,700 Walmart and 175 Ria locations across the country
SAN JOSE, Calif. November 12, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Xoom, PayPal’s international money transfer service, today rolled out the ability for customers to send money to recipients in the U.S. for the first time. Through strategic alliances with Walmart and Ria, Americans can now use Xoom to send money fast for cash pick-up typically in minutes at nearly 5,000 locations across the country*.
Each summer – a time when food pantries tend to run low on donations - the PayPal employee GIVE Team in Omaha, Nebraska partners with Food Bank for the Heartland to donate and prepare meals during the Strike Out Hunger campaign.
The PayPal employee GIVE Team in New York partners with a nonprofit online university, Kiron, to provide digital mentorship to refugee students across the globe through career counseling and supporting them in their integration into a new environment.