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By Kim Allman, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Government Affairs
I am proud to share that NortonLifeLock has made JUST Capital’s recently released list of The Top 100 US Companies Supporting Healthy Families and Communities. We ranked #59 overall and #8 in the Software Industry Category. This is the second year JUST Capital has published the list and the first time that NortonLifeLock has been named to it.
Project Connect welcomes employees and community to state of art space embracing one of the best public squares in the nation
CINCINNATI, June 10, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Fifth Third Bank, National Association, celebrates the completion of a new signature two-story welcome atrium, a newly designed next-generation financial center, renovated and expanded retail space, as well as the Fifth Third Museum and Fifth Third Stage. The expansive “Project Connect” brings together the Bank’s two office towers at the first and second levels with a new 12,000 square foot entryway to Fifth Third Bank that reflects its values and transformation.
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.
The Ramona Gardens Housing Development is in the Northern Boyle Heights neighborhood of central Los Angeles. The housing complex is home to 1,800 residents, including 700 children. The community is situated less than 150 feet north of the 12-lane I-10 freeway, 2-lane express toll road, and the Metrolink rail corridor.
When compared to average California communities, Ramona Gardens is disproportionately impacted by air pollutants due to:
$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.
After receiving tough yet constructive advice from the winning Morgan Stanley U.S. Strategy Challenge team in 2019, The Family Center, a Brooklyn-based nonprofit, turned short-term disappointment into a financially viable, winning plan to expand its healthcare offerings.
CENTENNIAL, Colo., May 20, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Arrow Electronics has launched the Cookie Box Innovation Challenge with Girl Scouts of Colorado, offering girls the opportunity to learn how to develop creative solutions to community problems. The Challenge encourages Colorado Girl Scouts in sixth through 12th grade to design a prototype - made from Girl Scout cookie boxes and other recycled materials – that will help improve the world around them.
Habitat for Humanity of Angelina County is putting the finishing touches on another new home for an area family in need. According to Habitat for Humanity Executive Director Susan Robertson, the new home was built in about 6 months, thanks to area volunteers who invested countless number of hours to make the home a reality.
Urica Powell, the recipient of this latest endeavor, worked alongside the volunteers and contributed more than 400 hours of sweat equity.