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Keep America Beautiful and Nestlé Waters North America Partner to Clean up National Parks During Government Shutdown

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STAMFORD, Conn., January 14, 2019 /3BL Media/ – As national parks face issues with unmanaged waste during the government shutdown, Keep America Beautiful, the largest community improvement organization in the United States, and Nestlé Waters North America, one of the leading beverage companies in North America, announced today that they are teaming up to help mobilize affiliate organizations and volunteers across the country to clean up these shared public spaces.

LA Kings Make Annual Team Visit to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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The LA Kings spent the afternoon at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) visiting patients and families alongside the LA Kings Ice Crew and team mascot Bailey on January 9, 2019.

The entire Kings roster spent the afternoon visiting patients’ rooms, signing autographs, taking photos, leading arts and crafts and playing ball hockey. The team visit was in conjunction with the Kings’ longstanding relationship with CHLA.

Activating Small-Holder Farmers for Personal and Environmental Change

How One Agricultural Training Ground is Changing Traditional Farming Methods Across Zambia
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Mr. Cipolo worked at an airport in Lusaka, Zambia for most of his adult career. In 1994, at the age of 50, he was suddenly laid off. He applied to other jobs in the city but no one wanted to hire him because of his age. Yet he still needed a full-time income to support his family. He tried farming, but after balancing his books at the end of first year, he found he was losing money.

Healing wings

Financial Advisor Fritz Glasser of Wells Fargo Advisors flies patients to treatment appointments and more as a volunteer pilot for Angel Flight West.
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Cruising at 8,000 feet, Sandie LeBlanc took in the scenery below en route to Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, California, for her lung-function testing.

For a moment, the sights freed her mind from the weight of health concerns.

“It’s so peaceful,” said LeBlanc, who suffers from lupus and is also a breast cancer survivor, “and I often forget about why I’m flying as I focus on all the beauty around me.”

NONPROFITS: Tackle Your 2019 Goals With Expert Marketing, Strategy, and Tech Support From Taproot

Webinar // Do more with less - tap into pro bono support
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Give Back to Your Community in 2019: Become a Taproot Foundation Pro Bono Volunteer

WEBINAR // Taproot+ Live: Use your skills to make a difference
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Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 10 AM PST // 12 PM CST // 1 PM EST

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Was one of your New Year’s resolutions to get more involved in your community? Taproot Foundation can help with that.

Fulfill Your Resolution to Start an Employee Volunteer Program in 2019

Everything You Need to Know to Get Started
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The benefits of employee volunteering are well documented. This video showcases some of the highlights.  If you're convinced but don't know how to get started, check out the collection of resources below.

What is an Employee Volunteer Program?

Why are Employee Volunteer Programs Important?

Faces of GSK's Pro Bono Efforts

How employees create positive change through volunteering
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As the Vice President and Director of Scientific and Public Health for GSK’s Vaccines practice, Dr. Len Friedland has a very rewarding job, but his sense of purpose extends beyond his day job to support people in poor health as well as those with limited access to quality healthcare, as a volunteer. “Helping patients feel better and live longer aren’t just words to me—they’re part of who I am. The way I see it, having great science at the company is fantastic, but it means nothing unless we make sure this science benefits the right people,” said Len.

This Holiday, a Resilient Florida Panhandle Rebuilds

After wildfires and hurricanes, volunteers come together to get back to normal
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The holidays might look a little different in the Florida Panhandle this year. In June, a wildfire gutted 800 acres in Franklin County, and then in October, Hurricane Michael brought devastation back – even more so for neighboring counties Bay and Gulf.

Houses were destroyed, the landscape was changed and hundreds lost their jobs.

Year in Review: 6 Significant Moments That Shifted Business From “For Profit” to “For Purpose”

by Sona Khosla, VP Marketing, Benevity
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The last two years have been a bit of an anomaly when it comes to giving back. With the 2016 election cycle, we saw a slew of new and important causes hit the top 10 charts, most notably human rights and humanitarian causes. But over the last year, and especially in the last few months, things appear to have changed.

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