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America’s Charities Unveils New Scholarship Program To Help Improve Educational Opportunities, Build a Better-Educated Workforce, and Scale Scholarship Funding

Scholarship Program provides organizations efficient way to manage application administration, secure scholarship funding, award tax-free scholarships, and distribute scholarship funds to educational institutions
Press Release

WASHINGTON, November 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ - In celebration of National Scholarship Month/National Education Month, which takes place in November each year, America’s Charities is excited to unveil its new Scholarship Program, designed to help organizations provide educational opportunities for students, support professional advancement for employees, and build a better-educated workforce for the community.

GRI Reporting Companies Well Prepared for New European Standards

Interoperability between ESRS and GRI Standards good news for reporters
Press Release

November 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ - GRI has hailed the European Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS) as an important step towards implementing the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and holding companies operating in the EU market accountable for their impacts.

The Consumer Goods Forum Announces Edna Ayme-Yahil as New Communications Director

Press Release

PARIS, November 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ - The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) is delighted to announce that Edna Ayme-Yahil has been appointed Communications Director effective November 28th.

Based out of the CGF’s headquarters in Paris, Edna brings with her 20 years of experience in communications and corporate affairs with international exposure across a variety of industries and sectors – including corporates, intergovernmental organisations, and public-private private partnerships.

Ecocentricity Blog: In Thanksgiving for the People of Interface

By: John A. Lanier
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I am thankful for the outstanding work of the people of Interface. They have continued that which began in 1994 with a metaphorical spear in Ray Anderson’s chest. As their latest report shows, Interface continues to lead the way in showing how an environmentally responsible enterprise should operate.

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I am thankful for the outstanding work of the people of Interface. They have continued that which began in 1994 with a metaphorical spear in Ray Anderson’s chest. As their latest report shows, Interface continues to lead the way in showing how an environmentally responsible enterprise should operate.

My 10th Magentaversary: Reflecting on a Decade of Work Alongside the Best in Wireless

By Mike Sievert
Blog

Wow, it’s been 10 years since I joined T-Mobile. A decade! It’s an understatement to say A LOT has happened in that time. When I joined Team Magenta, T-Mobile was rebuilding from a failed merger but working on another with MetroPCS. We had a little over 33 million customers. Our former CEO John Legere had joined only a few weeks earlier. We didn’t yet offer the iPhone, or LTE service. We had just launched our first unlimited nationwide 4G data plan.

My 10th Magentaversary: Reflecting on a Decade of Work Alongside the Best in Wireless

By Mike Sievert
Blog

Wow, it’s been 10 years since I joined T-Mobile. A decade! It’s an understatement to say A LOT has happened in that time. When I joined Team Magenta, T-Mobile was rebuilding from a failed merger but working on another with MetroPCS. We had a little over 33 million customers. Our former CEO John Legere had joined only a few weeks earlier. We didn’t yet offer the iPhone, or LTE service. We had just launched our first unlimited nationwide 4G data plan.

Meet Susan Clayton, Baltimore Runner-Turned-Entrepreneur

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Baltimore resident and avid runner Susan Clayton founded WhitePaws RunMitts, an outdoor gear and apparel company best known for its patented, convertible, thumbless mittens with inside pockets for hand warmers.

Purpose 360 Podcast: The Love That Bombas Socks Made

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Has a statistic ever shocked you so much you can’t forget it?

In 2011, David Heath learned the most requested item in homeless shelters was socks. For such a small and ordinary item, David couldn’t stop thinking about the impact they had on people experiencing homelessness. He began carrying extra pairs of socks with him while walking around New York City and handing them out to people he met. While it was a small expense for him, it mattered immensely to these people, some of whom had resorted to wrapping their feet with plastic bags and banana peels. 

The Home Depot Foundation and Tunnel to Towers Renovate Marine Corps Veteran's Family Home

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Major Tyler Tidwell spent 13 years as an Infantry Officer in the United States Marine Corps. He was deployed three times in support of U.S. Central Command, and he participated in training and operations across numerous countries. Shortly after his last deployment in 2018, Tyler was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. It has progressed rapidly, taking away his ability to speak and much of his physical mobility.

How a Lipstick Can Change a Life

By Tanyel Mustafa, Lifestyle Reporter
Article

It’s a drab rainy morning, but you wouldn’t know that at MAC Cosmetics’ Carnaby Street store.

A drag queen, charity workers, influencers, and members of the LGBTQ+ community have gathered for our photoshoot in joyful and vibrant energy – all in the name of lipstick.

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