Republic Services loves to connect with customers and residents in the communities they feel fortunate to serve every day. Recently, Michigan-based residential driver Andy Lewis & Operation Supervisor Kunta Taylor made a surprise birthday visit to a young boy. Jackson is a huge fan of Republic trucks and waits in front of his house for the driver every Monday, so getting to see the truck up close & meeting Andy made it a fantastic 4th birthday.
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 22, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Today, the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation and FSG are calling on the healthcare sector to address inequity in a new resource--Breaking the Barriers to Specialty Care: Practical Ideas to Improve Health Equity and Reduce Cost.
Part of what makes CI's youth programs so exceptional is our encouragement for youth to give back to their communities. Enter: the Youth Council. These democratically elected groups of sponsored youth are chock-full of leaders-in-the-making. They work with CI to organize community improvement and outreach projects.
Por Nosotras program provides community outreach on the importance of breast and cervical screenings
PHILADELPHIA, May 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Congreso today announced that it will increase breast and cervical cancer screening rates for women in high-need communities in Philadelphia through a $50,000 contribution from Aramark and the American Cancer Society. The funds will be used to conduct community outreach on the importance of breast and cervical screenings in the Congreso service area, where women have lower rates of screenings than elsewhere in the city.
Last weekend marked the beginning of a busy holiday season for Action Team Captains across the United States. Staying true to the nature of Thanksgiving, our Captains were hard at work giving back to those in need.
There's not much better than sharing delicious KFC chicken – except the chance to share it with community members in need. That's exactly what the Apex KFC team did Oct. 23, opening their hearts and restaurant to distribute more than 10,000 two-piece meals to the people of Wilkinsburg, PA.
Each year an increasing number of high school students across the U.S. are joining the Action Team national youth volunteer program. When they join the Action Team, they’re joining a team that’s 50,000 strong, and one that includes Major League baseball players and students from Maine to Maui and points in between.
By Jenny Roberston, Communications Director FedEx Services
Four hours was all it took. In that time, my client Robert* obtained a vision screening, filed a social security form, applied for food stamps, picked up some new clothes, sat down for a photo shoot and had a good meal.
And in that same amount of time, I gained a new perspective on some of the most forgotten members of our community: the homeless.
As a member of communications management at FedEx, Robert is not my typical ‘client.’ But on Thursday, Sept. 18, he became my top priority as I helped him navigate Project Homeless Connect at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.
You’re invited to join Major League baseball players and Volunteers of America as we recruit and train thousands of high school students to make an impact in the lives of their neighbors in need.
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There is no surprise why so many high school students want in on the Action Team national youth volunteer program. When you join the Action Team, you’ll be joining forces with thousands of students and Major League baseball players who are all dedicated and passionate about getting involved in causes close to their hearts and important to their communities.