Ideabar, a Cox Enterprises company, to use Empowering Equality program to promote social justice
ATLANTA, Aug. 26, 2020 /3BL Media/ -- Ideabar is accepting nominations for the Empowering Equality program now through Sept. 30. One metro Atlanta nonprofit will win $250,000 of in-kind marketing services to advance racial equality and social justice. Ideabar, a Cox Enterprises company, is a world-class marketing and media agency with offices in Atlanta and West Palm Beach, Fla.
At Cox, we carry a shared responsibility to champion a more open environment, where everyone can use their unique talents and tenacity to drive growth – their own professional growth and the growth of our organization as a whole. And while inclusion requires a united commitment from all of our people, we also know that we need leaders at all levels to drive accountability and action.
Cox Conserves Heroes honors environmental volunteers who create, preserve or enhance the shared outdoor spaces in our communities.
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Cox Conserves Heroes is an awards program created by Cox Enterprises and The Trust for Public Land (TPL). The program serves to honor environmental volunteers who create, preserve or enhance shared outdoor spaces in their local communities.
The goal is to inspire and encourage individuals who are making a positive impact on the planet through volunteerism and honor them with financial support to their nonprofit of choice.
Individuals of all ages are eligible to participate in the Cox Conserves Heroes Program.
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Multimedia journalists can’t stay outside the fray if they want to tell stories that are impactful and visually appealing. That was certainly true for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Alyssa Pointer, who found herself at the center of the action (and not for the first time) when covering protests over racial injustice and police brutality in Atlanta.