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COVID-19 & Racial Justice Movement Drive Dramatic Shift in Corporate Social Responsibility's Priorities; Support of Racial Equity Now a Long-Term Priority

Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals/Rocket Social Impact survey finds CSR and DEI integration an overwhelming priority
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BOSTON and WASHINGTON, June 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The pandemic, the economic downturn, and racial justice movement are transforming corporate social responsibility (CSR) like never before.

Deutsche Bank Launches Digital Volunteering Recovery Project to Provide Additional Support for Female Students and Schools

The project aims to support specifically the groups that were most severely affected by the crisis
Press Release
  • Deutsche Bank supports a new digital mentoring program by Volunteer Vision designed to help high school and female university students catch up in their academic performance
  • The partnership is a continuation of Deutsche Bank's and Volunteer Vision's long-term partnership and will support youth in over 10+ countries

MetLife to Originate $500 Million in Social and Environmental Impact Investments by 2030

Latest Sustainability Report Highlights MetLife’s Actions to Advance Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace and Society
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NEW YORK, June 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ – In its annual Sustainability Report, released today, MetLife highlights its commitment to originating $500 million in new impact investments by 2030.

Peer Collaboration Event: How to Exist in the Workplace - Moving Forward

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On June 17, 2021, Antea Group lead a virtual peer collaboration event for clients and contacts within the Consumer and Industrial Goods (CIG) industry. The call’s agenda was focused on providing clarification and insights on how companies exist in the workplace as we continue to move forward in the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Re-Education of Higher Learning

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We look at how the pandemic is changing higher education, from how we teach, to our deeply-held beliefs about what it takes to succeed, to questioning the benefits of being on campus.

Mastercard Foundation $1.3 Billion Commitment to Save Lives and Livelihoods in Africa

COVID-19 Response: Statement of Support
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“We need all shoulders against the wheel to stop COVID-19 in its tracks, and this $1.3 billion commitment by the Mastercard Foundation is the kind of effort that can change the trajectory of the pandemic. It will enable millions of people across Africa to receive COVID-19 vaccines. By partnering with Africa CDC and others to solve for every hurdle – from the purchasing, delivery, and dissemination of vaccines, to strengthening institutions and creating jobs – the impact won’t just benefit the continent, it’ll benefit all of us.

Calling All Young People: Give Blood, Change Lives

Amid a blood shortage, eligible young people need to step up and donate. 10 minutes could help up to 3 people.
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One one-thousand.

Two one-thousand.

Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood.

Four one-thousand.

Five one-thousand.

The problem is, we're in the midst of a blood shortage and in a pandemic. Thanks to global shutdowns over the last year, nearly 37,000 blood drives have been cancelled in the U.S. alone.

Stepping Up in 2020 - The Hershey Company's Response to a Unique Year

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In the face of new and ongoing global challenges, we used our expertise, along with that of external partners, to respond and embed lasting change around the world.

Managing Through COVID-19

Climate Change and COVID-19: What Everyone Should Know About Why the G7 Summit Was a Failure

When it comes to ending the pandemic and tackling climate change, G7 leaders have failed us.
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Why Global Citizens Should Care

The United Nations’ 17 Global Goals set a roadmap to end extreme poverty by 2030. But the COVID-19 pandemic has hugely undermined progress on achieving these goals.  The quickest way to end the pandemic and ensure the world gets back on track is to make sure all countries have access to vaccines and a chance to recover, a process that is being thwarted by rich nations hoarding vaccines. Unfortunately, the G7 Summit — a huge opportunity to reverse that trend — ended up being more business-as-usual. To find out more about vaccine equity and take action, join us here.

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Why Global Citizens Should Care

The United Nations’ 17 Global Goals set a roadmap to end extreme poverty by 2030. But the COVID-19 pandemic has hugely undermined progress on achieving these goals.  The quickest way to end the pandemic and ensure the world gets back on track is to make sure all countries have access to vaccines and a chance to recover, a process that is being thwarted by rich nations hoarding vaccines. Unfortunately, the G7 Summit — a huge opportunity to reverse that trend — ended up being more business-as-usual. To find out more about vaccine equity and take action, join us here.

A Delicate Work-Life Balancing Act

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Successful businesses have happy, healthy employees. 

We spend an average of 50 hours a week at work, so it’s natural that we want to spend that time in an environment where we feel comfortable, valued, and cared for. If work is pure stress, it can cause us severe problems, both mentally and physically. 

Being under excessive pressure at work can impact our performance negatively, leading to fatigue, anxiety, and time away. Inevitably, these symptoms have become more prominent as a result of COVID-19.

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