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Arrow Electronics Supports National Collegiate Inventors Competition

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DENVER, November 4, 2020 /3BL Media/ – An undergraduate team from Tulane University captured the Arrow Electronics People Choice Award at the 2020 Collegiate Inventors Competition for developing a new device to safely clean ventilator tubes. 

ON Semiconductor Inspires Youth by Supporting De BroeBELschool in Belgium

Written By Cassandra Savel, Corporate Social Responsibility Intern
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A key focus of our corporate social responsibility program at ON Semiconductor is working to align business objectives with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG 4: Quality Education. This goal aims to enable quality and inclusive education for all in addition to promoting life-long learning.

Herbalife Nutrition Sponsored Athletes Support Nutrition for Zero Hunger

Herbalife Nutrition spreads awareness of global hunger
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Herbalife Nutrition sponsored athletes in South America support efforts to raise awareness on the rising needs of global hunger. Athletes shared posts and messages on social media, talking about the impact of hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition, and how Herbalife Nutrition’s Nutrition for Zero Hunger initiative is helping to make a difference.

Participating athletes include:

  • Juan Carlos Salvatierra, Motorsports, Bolivia
  • Edgar Crespo, Swimming, Panama

The Bob Woodruff Foundation and Wells Fargo Foundation Team to Ensure Veterans Have Safe, Stable Housing

Press Release

NEW YORK, November 5, 2020 /3BL Media/— Today the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF) announced a collaboration with the Wells Fargo Foundation (WFF) to address veteran homelessness and housing instability exacerbated by COVID-19. For many veterans, their ability to maintain safe and stable housing is threatened by legal, mental health, employment, and financial issues, made worse due to the current crisis. With the support of Wells Fargo, BWF will address urgent financial needs and invest in long-term solutions to help vulnerable veterans keep a roof over their heads.

Schneider Electric's Tomorrow Rising Fund Helped 1.5 Million People Face the COVID-19 Crisis

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In partnership with 73 NGOs in 67 countries, Tomorrow Rising Fund contributed to reach 1.5 Million people receiving help to overcome the COVID-19 crisis. 

Read more about Tomorrow Rising and the Schnieder Electric Foundation

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When Volunteering is Too Easy: Better Ways to Engage and Activate Employee Volunteers

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This year more than most, everyone is terrified to ask their employees to do anything beyond the basics of their jobs. They’re busy, they’re exhausted, they just can’t. “We shouldn’t ask our employees to do more right now. They just don’t have time.” The solution? Just make it easier. Curate the volunteer opportunities, plan the events, send out the awards – and then all employees will have to do is show up, make a difference, feel good, and get back to work. It’s the only way to meet them where they are without canceling volunteering altogether. Right?

Alexion 5th Annual Global Week of Service Goes 100% Virtual

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Every day, we strive to meet the expectations of our stakeholders, our communities and ourselves. We know the importance of this responsibility, and we take it seriously. Global Week of Service (GWS) is an annual opportunity for us to carry out this ambition across the globe by making an impact in our local communities. For the first time, GWS went 100% virtual, allowing our volunteers to participate in meaningful, fun, and impactful community-focused initiatives within the safety of their own homes.

National Environmental Education Foundation Announces 2020 Restoration & Resilience Fund

With support from International Paper and other corporate sponsors, NEEF announces $128,000 in grant funding to support public lands impacted by COVID-19 pandemic
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The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way Americans go about their lives. With social distancing regulations in place and recreation centers closed, people are turning to the outdoors more than ever for exercise and rejuvenation.

At the same time, the agencies and organizations responsible for maintaining public lands are hampered by reductions in staff, volunteers, and resources, leaving them ill-equipped to keep up with increased human presence in these delicate ecosystems on top of existing maintenance backlogs.

Serving Those Who Serve

Good Feeds Us All Tour continues with USO
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By Mary Burich

The weather was typical for a July evening in the Washington, D.C., Metro Area, but the event was a rare treat for military families isolated during the worst pandemic to hit the United States in 100 years.

Duke Energy Invests More Than $200,000 in Projects That Help Preserve and Enhance Southwest Ohio's and Northern Kentucky's Natural Resources

Contributions support water quality, habitat and forest restoration, species conservation.
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CINCINNATI, November 6, 2020 /3BL Meda/ – The Duke Energy Foundation recently awarded more than $200,000 in grants to 18 Ohio and Northern Kentucky recipients that will fund environmental projects, wildlife conservation efforts and environmental educational programs in the region.

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