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Aflac CSR Hero: Matt Loudermilk

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The Aflac Way is more than just a promise for CSR Hero Matt Loudermilk. It’s the firm foundation of ethics upon which Aflac was built 64 years ago. That’s why we’re a company guided by integrity and grounded by purpose.

Purpose … with feathers. Get to know us at Aflac.com/CSR.

Aflac CSR Hero: Sharon Baker

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Not having the knowledge and tools to know how to help take care of our planet can be downright scary — just ask Aflac CSR Hero Sharon Baker. That’s why she is caring for our environment with purpose as a passionate Aflac Greenbassador who encourages others to adopt sustainable habits at work and home.

Purpose … with feathers. Get to know us at Aflac.com/CSR

Aflac CSR Hero: Tim Wakeman

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Since June 2011, Aflac CSR Hero Tim Wakeman, an independent sales agent, has been empowering children affected by the opioid crisis with purpose. As a volunteer with Roca Kidz Club, he fulfills his passion by helping local youth through weekly warm meals, fun activities and encouraging messages. He is making sure children in his community have a safe place to go.

Purpose … with feathers. Get to know us at Aflac.com/CSR.

Aflac CSR Hero: Brian Penn

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When Aflac CSR Hero Brian Penn isn’t helping protect the company’s valuable private data, he is giving back with purpose. Connected through an Auburn Football sports website, Brian learned about Hayden, a child diagnosed with cancer, and helped him watch his favorite team, the Auburn Tigers, while raising over $70,000 to help the young patient and his family with medical expenses.

Purpose … with feathers. Get to know us at Aflac.com/CSR.

Both Consumers and Investors Expect Companies to Give to Charity, Survey Shows

By Michael Theis, Chronicle reporter
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Forty nine percent of American consumers believe it is more important for a company to make the world a better place than to make money for its shareholders, according to a new report.

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In A Car with IPR | Episode Six Featuring Catherine Hernandez-Blades

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In this episode, we hop on a streetcar in “The Big Easy” (aka New Orleans) and discuss the latest in PR research with Catherine Blades, SVP and Chief ESG and Communications Officer at Aflac. Catherine gives us her take on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I), the future of PR measurement, and the importance of CSR. 

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Aflac CEO On Leadership: Take Care of Your People.. They’ll Take Care of Business

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By Susie Gharib

He also stays true to a leadership lesson he learned from his father, Paul, and his uncles John and Bill Amos who founded Aflac.

Inside 'Moments of Joy': Documentary Shows How A Robotic Duck Helps Kids with Cancer

Aflac partnered with Chispa House to create the film
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By Laura Entis

Company: Aflac
Campaign: Moments of Joy
Agency partners: Chispa House (video production and marketing) 
Duration: September 2019

Aflac Celebrates 12 Outstanding Employee Volunteers

Company Saw 29% Increase in Employee Volunteering in 2018
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COLUMBUS, Ga., Oct. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Aflac, the leader in supplemental insurance sales at U.S. worksites, today announced that it recognized 12 employees for their outstanding dedication to service in their local community. The top employees were honored at a luncheon earlier this year alongside their management.

Aflac Shares 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report Comprehensive Report Demonstrates Aflac's Purpose - 'The Aflac Way'

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COLUMBUS, Ga., Sept. 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- Aflac, the leader in supplemental insurance sales at U.S. worksites, celebrated its 2018 corporate social responsibility, also known as CSR, accomplishments by unveiling its 2018 CSR Report: "Purpose … with feathers." The comprehensive report highlights the actions and initiatives led by the company's leaders, employees and independent sales agents, who demonstrate Aflac's purpose through their actions.

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