BOSTON, December 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ – BNY Mellon, the global leader in investment management and investment services, and its employees donated more than $3 million and 7,000 hours of volunteer service to Boston-area nonprofits during 2014.
Boston has been a special place for me ever since my research fellowship days at Harvard. So when I was appointed head of our new R&D satellite, I felt like I had returned to my scientific home.
Anyone familiar with the area will tell you the Boston-Cambridge region is home to a vibrant mix of ideas and scientists that make innovation thrive. As a science-led company, it made sense for GSK to have a base here, to be close to our current collaborators and meet new ones.
Sustainable Brands New Metrics ’14, a conference held last week in Boston, was a data wonk’s delight. Just how deep a dive into the world of metrics the conference offered was clear in the terms used in some of the presentation titles.
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Police Commissioner William Evans joined over 80 business and nonprofit leaders at BNY Mellon on September 9 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the BNY Mellon YouthLeaders program. Funded by the Arthur F. Blanchard Trust, YouthLeaders is an apprenticeship program that provides meaningful work experiences to Boston teenagers from low-to-moderate income communities, plus individual support to help them complete high school and enter college.
Mayor Martin Walsh and Police Commissioner William Evans to attend celebration on September 9; program for local youth boasts 99% high school graduation rate, with 90% attending college
BOSTON, September 8, 2014 /3BL Media/ – BNY Mellon will be joined by Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Boston Police Commissioner William Evans and more than 80 business and non-profit leaders on September 9 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the BNY Mellon YouthLeaders program.
Eugene F. Fay Trust Mini-Grants Program to provide critical funding for organizations focused on basic needs and workforce development
BOSTON, July 28, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Through the generosity of The Eugene F. Fay Trust, BNY Mellon has awarded operating support grants to 10 Boston-area nonprofits, providing them with critical funding for capacity-building activities. The Eugene F. Fay Trust Mini-Grants Program provides organizations with $5,000 grants for technical assistance and non-programmatic support aimed at strengthening the overall organization or a particular program.
Boston office dispatches hundreds of employees to 13 area schools to share their wealth of financial knowledge
BOSTON, Mass., June 20, 2014 /3BL Media/ –Today, partners and staff in the Boston office of PwC US will take over a total of 150 elementary, middle school and high school classrooms, teaching financial literacy to more than 4,000 Boston-area students.
Aramark volunteers in Boston create health and wellness hub at Curley Community Center
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Aramark extended its health and wellness commitment, Healthy For Life™ into Boston on Wednesday, March 19 as part of the company’s inaugural Global Volunteer Day. More than 125 local employees volunteered to provide children and families with better access to healthy food, nutrition education and active play and physical activity spaces. In partnership with the Curley Community Center, a member of the Boston Centers for Youth and Families, Aramark established a Healthy for Life™ Zone that will be a year-round hub for health and wellness education and awareness.