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Whole Planet Foundation is grateful to our partners and participants who are mobilizing to support microentrepreneurs around the world on June 27th!

Blog from in Philanthropy
Jun 26, 2020 2:30 PM ET

Pivoting from a physical 5K Run in Austin, Texas to an online event due to COVID-19 has meant partners are joining Whole Planet Foundation from a safe distance to alleviate poverty through microcredit around the globe.  On average, microcredit loans are less than $200 and enable low-income entrepreneurs, mostly women, to start or develop their own small businesses to support their families.  Whole Planet Foundation alleviates poverty in the United States and 76 other countries.


By Ellen Jackowski, Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer, HP Inc.

Blog from in Reporting, Ratings & Rankings
Jun 26, 2020 2:10 PM ET

Today marks my first day as Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer at HP, and the day we release our 18th annual Sustainable Impact Report and inaugural Human Rights Progress Report. At this milestone moment, I find myself thinking a lot about accountability and action.


Newsletter from in Philanthropy
Jun 26, 2020 12:30 PM ET

Even though the way we celebrate pride is different this year, it's as important as ever to work toward a better future for those who continue to stand up to injustice and inequality. Join us by donating your miles to partner charities or campaigns that benefit LGBTQ causes in the communities we serve.

Last year, with your help, we raised more than 1 million miles. This year, take pride in your miles by donating to organizations like:


A Message From Hershey CEO Michele Buck

Blog from in Eco-Living, Consumption & Travel
Jun 26, 2020 12:30 PM ET

2019 was a special year for The Hershey Company. As we celebrated our 125th anniversary, we had the opportunity to explore our rich heritage and the legacy of our founder, who instilled in our business core values that connect us to one another and to the world. The energy within Hershey was tangible as you experienced the connectedness, passion, positivity and the deep pride and appreciation we have for each other and this special company.


By Ben Brumfield

Article from in Philanthropy
Jun 26, 2020 12:25 PM ET

The Georgia Tech team garnered funding through a donation from insurer Aflac Incorporated allocated through the Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI), a Georgia Tech affiliated non-profit organization that guides new experimental medical solutions to market. Aflac’s gift of $2 million through GCMI has also expedited the development, production, and purchase of other PPE to donate to health care workers.


By Selah Bah

Blog from in Education
Jun 26, 2020 12:15 PM ET

As a 17-year-old from Brooklyn, NY, I’m not letting anything damper my ambition—not even a global pandemic.

This year, I’m graduating from the Pathways to Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) school in Brooklyn with both my high school diploma and associate’s degree in computer systems technology. Though students can take up to six years to complete the P-TECH program, I completed it in four years, which makes me proud.


By Hanna Johnson

Blog from in Human Resources
Jun 26, 2020 12:00 PM ET

General Mills’ support and allyship for our LGBTQ+ employees and the broader community is unwavering. 

That’s why our Pride planning teams were committed to finding creative ways to celebrate Pride this year amidst social distancing, while ensuring we were able to fully focus on allyship for our Black community in light of the George Floyd tragedy and fight for racial justice. 


We’re pleased to announce our $1 million fund will support both national and Atlanta-based organizations.

Blog from in Philanthropy
Jun 26, 2020 12:00 PM ET

Cox recently announced the establishment of a $1 million fund to help organizations that support social justice and civil and human rights. After taking input from employees on which organizations the fund should support, we are pleased to announce Cox will donate to the following national organizations:  


By Lara Sorokanich, FastCompany

Article from in Health and Wellness
Jun 26, 2020 11:45 AM ET
Rachel Gutter, president of International WELL Building Institute

Multimedia with summary from in Health and Wellness
Jun 26, 2020 11:30 AM ET

This year, an estimated 60,190 adult men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with melanoma, the 5th most common cancer among that group.

During Men's Health Month, encourage the male loved ones in your life to learn about risk factors and prevention for this type of cancer: https://lnkd.in/esdAYFU

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Written By: Cassandra Savel, CSR Intern

Blog from in Philanthropy
Jun 26, 2020 11:05 AM ET

At ON Semiconductor, we value the opportunity to innovate and use technology for positive social impact, in whatever form that may be. Alongside developing and manufacturing key technologies that power society, we are also dedicated to supporting technology education and community impact work through grant-making. 


by Dana Rao, Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary at Adobe

Blog from in Human Resources
Jun 26, 2020 11:00 AM ET

At Adobe, we believe everyone deserves respect and equal treatment. We have been reminded of the gravity of this belief by the senseless acts of violence waged against the Black community.


Article from in Awards and Recognition
Jun 26, 2020 10:00 AM ET

We are proud to announce that Qualcomm has been named in 3BL Media’s annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens ranking, which recognizes outstanding environmental, social and governance (ESG) transparency and performance among the 1,000 largest, U.S. public companies.


Article from in Human Resources
Jun 26, 2020 9:15 AM ET

Fifth Third Bank is committed to empowering our great leaders to be agents of change in the community. As such, the Bank is proud to share the editorial, “The Intersection of Rage, Fear, and Hope” authored by Kala Gibson, Fifth Third Executive Vice President and Head of Business Banking, as published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on June 12. 

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Blog from in Education
Jun 26, 2020 9:00 AM ET

Parents are the leading influence on their kids’ decision to drink – or not to drink – alcohol. Research shows that since 2003 underage drinking has declined 50% and conversations between parents and their kids about alcohol have increased 73%.


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