21st Century Fox celebrated Earth Day this year with the "Explore Your World" photo contest, giving colleagues across the globe the chance to combine their photography skills and their love of the outdoors by sharing their best nature photos on social media with #21CFExplore. More than 3,000 entries poured in from across the business as employees unleashed their inner explorers and posted stunning portraits of the world around them.
The International Trachoma Initiative is a partnership co-founded by Pfizer in 1998 with the goal of eliminating trachoma, the world’s leading cause of preventable blindness. As of this year, Pfizer, working as part of ITI, has distributed 500 million doses of an antibiotic used to treat the disease, and the Initiative has treated more than 100 million people suffering from trachoma.
World Cancer Day, recognized annually on February 4, is an initiative of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), focused on uniting the world in the fight against cancer. Having in mind Bristol-Myers Squibb’s commitment to make a difference in the lives of patients living with cancer, we can’t think of a better opportunity for the global community to come together and to raise awareness about this devastating disease: its prevalence; what the public should know about risk factors; and the importance of education and support.
With a strong focus on employee engagement, Time Warner Cable is a proud partner of Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief non-profit. Stop Hunger Now is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. Its mission is to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.
By Antha N. Williams, Bloomberg Philanthropies Environment Team
Climate change has no borders. It affects every region, every country and every community on the planet. So, how do we gather the will needed to address global climate change? The answer may be more local than you think.
Report Informs Strategies for Expanding Giving Globally
New York, NY, September 23, 2015 /3BL Media/— A one-of-a-kind analysis of global corporate societal investment by region—Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe—analyzed data from 57 large companies representing a total of US $5.2B in cash and non-cash giving across 15 countries.
Celebrating Bloomberg’s 25 years in Singapore, Vandna Ramchandani, regional head of recruitment of the firm, talks about the company’s recruitment philosophy, and how hiring has evolved to suit the current talent climate.