The eighth Habitat for Humanity Asia Pacific Housing Forum, which took place virtually from Dec. 7-9, 2021, was attended by 2,060 people and featured more than 180 speakers. The forum underlined the importance of multi-sector partnerships and increasing access to safer, more sustainable and disaster-resilient homes for everyone, particularly for vulnerable and marginalized populations.
One of the most important things staff and mentors provide at Boys & Girls Clubs is dependability.
Each year, in collaboration with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Maytag honors and rewards a group of stand-out Club professionals and volunteers who make a difference to kids and teens every day in communities across the nation. Each of these individuals have gone above and beyond to prove their commitment to young people and better the communities they serve.
Each time the automatic doors opened to the entryway of Mosaic CCDA’s headquarters and resale store, excitement doubled and energy hummed. Despite sleet and cold attempting to invade the lobby, new hope burned and filled the room.
Expert predicts that these changes are here to stay
With 2020 drawing to a close, many are speculating about when life will return to normal. But experts say COVID-19 has forever changed the world already–including life at home. To understand how the pandemic will impact life at home in the long-term, home appliance manufacturer Whirlpool Corporation has commissioned new research to understand how lives have changed in 2020.
For the fourth year in a row, Whirlpool Corporation has been named one of the best places to work for people with disabilities, as part of the 2020 Disability Equality Index (DEI). The DEI is a prominent benchmarking tool for the Fortune 1000 to gauge their level of disability workplace inclusion against competitors. Top-scoring businesses — scoring 80 percent or higher — are recognized as “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion.”
Whirlpool Corporation again was named one of America’s Most JUST Companies for 2020, awarded by Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit organization recognizing the top 100 out of 922 publicly-traded companies in the United States.
For the second year in a row, Whirlpool Corporation in North America celebrated Global Inclusion Week (GIW) with a variety of speakers and sessions designed to engage employees and teach them about the importance and benefits of Inclusion and Diversity in the workplace.
This year’s sessions included Jennifer Brown, author of “How to be an Inclusive Leader.”
The joint project is a protective piece of headgear and respirator system
Whirlpool Corporation, Dow and Reynolds Consumer Products are pleased to announce a collaboration to provide much-needed respirators to the heroic men and women in healthcare who are working on the frontlines to combat the spread of COVID-19. The joint project is a protective piece of headgear and respirator system that will be manufactured and sold through WIN Health Labs, LLC, in addition to an initial donation to hospitals.
Whirlpool Engineer in Ohio Creates S-Hooks and Extenders for Medical Face Masks Using 3D Printers at Plant
Most healthcare workers are now wearing face masks during their entire shift, which puts pressure and increased friction on the backs of their ears. The chafing and discomfort felt by these heroes working on the frontlines to combat COVID-19 has been documented in the news and on social media over the course of the last couple months.
In order to help, one of the engineers at Whirlpool Corporation’s Ottawa, Ohio Operations, Nathan Ellerbrock, came up with the idea of creating “s-hooks” and “extenders” for medical face masks using the 3D printers at the plant.