5th Installment of Competitive Grants Program Awards 11 Grants to Innovative Programs Focused on People Living With Addiction, Serious Mental Illness or Cancer
DUBLIN, July 23, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- Alkermes plc (Nasdaq: ALKS) today announced the 2021 recipients of grants from the company’s signature Alkermes Inspiration Grants® program. Grants were awarded to 11 nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of people living with addiction, serious mental illness or cancer, including programs serving historically under-resourced or underrepresented communities, including Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+ individuals, veterans, women and people impacted by the U.S.
Our team in the Canary Islands, Spain, is helping bring a colorful and safe playground to life for the children who attend Aldeas Infantiles SOS de España's nursery school in El Tablero. This new recreation area is the perfect place for children to discover and develop their senses and share moments with their families.
P&G Partners with Katie Couric Media for Part 5 in their “Leading with Love” Series
Pastor Rudy Rasmus knows firsthand how it feels not to be understood. He grew up in the segregated south and uses the lessons he learned to love people for who they are, where they are to help the homeless population in Houston, Texas. He has often said that a city’s greatness is determined by how it treats its poorest citizen, and he has stepped up to be a source of comfort and help to those most in need.
Summer break means summer camps! Mohawk team members are helping with Northwest Georgia College and Career Academy’s middle school STEM camps, including leading activities like designing an aerodynamic model race car and understanding measurements. Thank you to these team members for volunteering your expertise!
Panelists and Speakers featured AEG Sports Chief Operating Officer Kelly Cheeseman and LA Kings Professional Hockey Scout Blake Bolden, among others
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On July 18, AEG’s LA Kings and LA Galaxy joined the nine other professional sports teams in Los Angeles that comprise THE ALLIANCE: Los Angeles in engaging in meaningful conversations with local youth and civic leaders during the first Alliance Unity March & Dialogue in the fight against racism.
“I’m not supposed to be here,” says Tanesha Grant, founder of Parents Supporting Parents NYC, a nonprofit aiming to help New York City kids bridge the digital divide. “I was supposed to be that left-behind child, a foster child, but I’m here, lifting my voice and lending my experience with school as a Black woman in this country.”
For the world’s poorest youth, access to the internet and a connected device can unlock a better future.
For more than a year now, children across the world have been using broadband internet to continue their education while schools are closed because of the pandemic. But, for most children, this necessity has not been available. Many have been trying to continue their education in regions where internet connectivity is poor or non-existent. Two-thirds of the world’s children (1.3bn children between the ages of three and 17) have no access to the internet at home.1 More than 360m young people around the world have no access to the internet whatsoever.2
The CNH Industrial manufacturing facility in Querétaro, Mexico teamed up with Cáritas de Querétaro and organized a tree planting day to promote environmental awareness and sustainability in the community of El Salitre, Querétaro.