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Family Races Against Time and Virus to Save Their Children

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Are you a member of the military or a Federal employee? Click here to support The Children's Inn at NIH through the CFC giving portal. If you work in the private sector, or work for a State government or municipal agency, please contact your HR for a link to your donation portal. 

Alzheimer's Researcher Guided by his Grandmother's Experience

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About 5.8 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease today and are waiting for a cure. By 2050, close to 15 million will be diagnosed with this memory-stealing disease. BrightFocus Foundation believes supporting scientists’ bold ideas through our Alzheimer’s Disease Research program holds tremendous hope.

Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang Camp Pivots Amid a Pandemic, Providing Hope and Healing to Seriously Ill Children and Families

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When COVID-19 caused The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp to suspend all residential, regional and hospital-based programing in March, the staff quickly embraced the innovative spirit of the Camp’s Founder Paul Newman to find new ways to deliver hope and healing to seriously ill children and their families during a critical time.

Is Your CSR Impact Reporting Agile Enough for What Lies Ahead?

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When reflecting on the events of 2020, the word that leaps to many of our minds is “unprecedented.” From the crippling COVID-19 pandemic to the calls for justice and equity heard across the United States, companies have had to absorb a number of unprecedented shocks to the way they do business, and the way they carry out their mandate of corporate citizenship.

FedEx and Water Mission Deliver Aid to Flood Victims in Central Vietnam

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FedEx has teamed up with Water Mission to distribute water purification supplies to people impacted by recent floods and landslides in central Vietnam

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FedEx has teamed up with Water Mission to distribute water purification supplies to people impacted by recent floods and landslides in central Vietnam

United Nations More Trusted Than Any Other Governmental Organization

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AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, and NEW YORK, November 30, 2020 /3BL Media/ – In the year 2020, in which the United Nations (UN) celebrates its 75th birthday, half of the world population (47%) trusts the UN and only 29% do not have trust in the UN. This is a substantially higher level of trust compared to the trust that citizens have in other (inter)governmental institutions such as the EU (38%), NATO (35%) or government (31%) or parliament (26%) in general. Among young people (18-24) the UN trust is highest (50% trust and 25% distrust).

CNH Industrial Celebrates the Potential of Difference During Diversity Week

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In order to focus on and expand the perspectives of diversity and foster a culture of inclusion, CNH Industrial held a week dedicated to Diversity at all of its facilities in Brazil and Argentina. The virtual event was aimed at all company employees and addressed the issues of “Masculinity and self-care”, “Ethnic-racial equity” and “Inclusive Culture”.

Raytheon Technologies Honors “GivingTuesday” With $25M Commitment Toward Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Company launches two-for-one matching program of employee donations to select nonprofits working to advance racial justice
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WALTHAM, Mass., December 1, 2020 /3BL Media/ — Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX), a global aerospace and defense company, is honoring “GivingTuesday” with a five-year, $25 million commitment to support marginalized individuals and communities through programs focused on racial justice, empowerment and career readiness.

The Baker Hughes Foundation Contributes $250,000 to The Nature Conservancy for Nature-Based Climate Solutions

• Grant aligns to Baker Hughes Foundation's goal of advancing environmental quality
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HOUSTON and JAKARTA, Indonesia, December 1 2020 /3BL Media/ – The Baker Hughes Foundation has announced a $250,000 grant to The Nature Conservancy to support nature-based climate solutions in sensitive “last chance[1]” ecosystems in Indonesia. The funds will contribute toward reducing carbon emissions and aid in sequestering carbon stocks through the implementation of reduced-impact logging (RIL-C[2]) standards and other programs in the East Kalimantan and North Kalimantan provinces.

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