A rich history stretching back more than 300 years disappeared beneath dense undergrowth when, in the 1970s, the inhabitants of a remote Hakka village abandoned it to move into urban areas or abroad.
Now, half a century on, Mui Tsz Lam in Hong Kong’s northeastern New Territories has sprung back to life after villagers and their descendants lovingly rescued it from the clutches of nature and recruited the help of CLP to reconnect it to the electricity grid.
“Giving back is not only a way to support your community and make a difference, it also helps us empathize with others, inspires greater happiness and helps us continue to grow and evolve as a society. I am humbled and excited for the ongoing opportunity to help others achieve a better life through the Clarivate Volunteer Network. “
Sònia Barrios Millan, Clarivate Volunteer Network Global Lead
HOUSTON and LONDON, May 27, 2021 /3BL Media/ – The Baker Hughes Foundation has announced a $250,000 grant to the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in support of its efforts to end the pandemic through equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution and other support for the world’s most vulnerable populations.
$50,000 grants distributed across six regions worldwide to organizations advancing sustainable solutions
MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 25, 2021 /3BL Media/ – FedEx Cares, FedEx Corp.’s global community engagement program, recently announced that 12 nonprofits will each receive a $50,000 USD grant in recognition of their work in advancing sustainable solutions to improve the environment.
As part of the Priority Earth Global Grant Program, FedEx team members reviewed a list of remarkable nonprofit organizations around the globe. Close to 3,000 employees participated, helping to select the two nonprofits from each of the six regions that will be awarded a $50,000 grant.
We are proud to join TAAF's AAPI Giving Challenge to support the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. With the help of funds raised by the AAPI Giving Challenge, TAAF will focus its efforts on providing resources across three goals: education, data & research, and fighting back against AAPI hate.
Our commitment to the AAPI Giving Challenge is another step in Ralph Lauren’s journey toward building a more equitable future, both within our Company and throughout our communities.
We want the communities where we live and work to thrive, and to help others revitalize their communities as well.
Around the world, we support education, learning and upskilling. This commitment was intensely tested throughout the global pandemic in 2020, and our people and business met the challenge with extraordinary effort and resolve.
Fighting the COVID-19 Global Pandemic
In navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, we quickly aligned our global organization around three priorities and took actions to protect our employees and the business while positioning the company to thrive.
SAIC in 2013 joined forces with Building Homes for Heroes (BHH), a national nonprofit organization that builds and modifies homes and then gifts them — mortgage-free — to veterans and their families. To date, SAIC has donated nine homes to our military heroes through BHH. Giving back to nonprofit organizations that serve the missions, people, and causes that matter to our employees will always be a part of SAIC's mission.
In Vicksburg, Mississippi, Redwood Elementary students’ grades K-6 had the opportunity to demonstrate their artistic abilities while celebrating Earth Day – a day focused on promoting clean living and a healthy, sustainable habitat for people and wildlife alike. All student drawings were submitted to International Paper Vicksburg Mill, where several team members, including the mill’s community outreach committee, voted for the best drawing in each grade.
As India battles the devastating current wave of COVID-19 infections, Biogen and the Biogen Foundation have committed more than $500,000 in personal protective equipment and financial support to strengthen Indian healthcare systems and support vulnerable communities. The donation includes a $250,000 grant to support a public matching gift campaign from Americares and nearly 200,000 masks for outbreaks across the globe.