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Cisco Employees Working Together to Solve the World’s #1 Health Risk

by Sandra Wheatley
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Hunger is the world’s #1 health risk, with 1 in 7 people going hungry worldwide. Hunger kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined. Close to 900 million people do not have enough to eat and 98 percent of them live in developing countries. Even in developed countries like the United States, 15 percent of households are food insecure, meaning its members have uncertain access to adequate and safe food.

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The Chrysler Foundation Shares Holiday Joy with Southeastern Michigan Organizations

Donations include toys, clothing, household merchandise and 20,000 die cast cars
Press Release

December 11, 2012 /3BL Media/ - The Chrysler Foundation is making the season brighter for local children and their families by donating more than 30,000 gifts, including toys, clothing, bicycles, household items and even pet supplies to six Southeastern Michigan organizations, such as the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program.  

To view video associated with this news release, click: http://youtu.be/D3BWM4gJwNg.

A Charitable Alternative to Black Friday

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Black Friday. This shopping day has become as synonymous with Thanksgiving as turkey, pumpkin pie, and football. In 2011, U.S. consumers spent $52 billion while shopping during Thanksgiving weekend.

But not everyone in the United States can enjoy the trappings of Thanksgiving, much less Black Friday.

CVS/pharmacy Partners with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital® for 9th Annual Thanks and Giving® Campaign

Annual in-store fundraiser runs through Dec. 8
Press Release

WOONSOCKET, R.I., Nov. 19, 2012 /3BL Media/ -- CVS/pharmacy today announced its annual in-store fundraiser for the ninth year to support the St. Jude Children's Thanks and Giving campaign, a unique holiday program that raises awareness and funds for the pioneering research and exceptional care provided at St. Jude.

One Movement, Three Ways to Give

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By Cassie Bair

We have Thanksgiving. We have Black Friday. We have Cyber Monday. And now we have #GivingTuesday.

mBlog: mGive equals mGood

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Ask anyone around the halls of mGive what their favorite time of year is, and the response will almost always be the holidays. And no, it’s not because we finally receive our precious winter powder in the Rocky Mountains (note: we’re avid snowboarders and skiers!). It’s because during the holidays we see how creatively our clients weave mobile into their holiday giving campaigns. It’s the time of year where we are reminded of how meaningful and impactful our daily jobs are here at mGive.

What to Expect From Cause Marketing in the 2010 Holiday Season

Customizable Charitable Gift Cards are a Growing Trend
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During the 2009 holiday season, many brands received a lift by partnering with non-profit organizations.  With the 2010 holiday season on the horizon, what are the cause marketing trends that we can expect to see for 2010? 

Megan Strand with InCouraged Communications states that  "The name of the game is consumer and employee involvement -  the more you're able to meaningfully involve and activate the 'people' component, the better."  

This sentiment is echoed by Jana Taylor, VP Marketing with Benevity Social Ventures.  "All of the available evidence suggests that not only will [cause marketing] be more of the same during the 2010 holiday season, but also that incorporating cause incentives and social responsibility initiatives into commercial operations is a long term trend."

Learn more as these two cause marketing experts offer insight into what brands and marketers might receive from a 2010 cause marketing campaign.  

Read the entire article by Kristina Knight on BizReport

 

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During the 2009 holiday season, many brands received a lift by partnering with non-profit organizations.  With the 2010 holiday season on the horizon, what are the cause marketing trends that we can expect to see for 2010? 

Megan Strand with InCouraged Communications states that  "The name of the game is consumer and employee involvement -  the more you're able to meaningfully involve and activate the 'people' component, the better."  

This sentiment is echoed by Jana Taylor, VP Marketing with Benevity Social Ventures.  "All of the available evidence suggests that not only will [cause marketing] be more of the same during the 2010 holiday season, but also that incorporating cause incentives and social responsibility initiatives into commercial operations is a long term trend."

Learn more as these two cause marketing experts offer insight into what brands and marketers might receive from a 2010 cause marketing campaign.  

Read the entire article by Kristina Knight on BizReport

 

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