PYXERA Global’s Chief Program Officer, Amanda MacArthur, will lead a webinar hosted by the Foundation Center on how to leverage pro bono for mission driven organizations
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 27, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Join Amanda MacArthur, Chief Program Officer of PYXERA Global, Thursday June 28, at 2:00 p.m. EST for the webinar How Pro Bon Can Help Fuel Your Mission, produced by the Foundation Center. Register here and get real tools to support any NGO as it identifies its pro bono needs.
If you work at a charity or NGO, you probably find yourself putting off projects and plans due to shortages in budget or expertise. With the support of volunteers donating their professional marketing, technology, strategy, HR, and finance skills for free, you can make those plans happen.
By Jonathan Moore, employee communications manager for AT&T’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
We take our mobile devices for granted. Always on. Always connected. NGO Télécoms Sans Frontières, with support of AT&T Foundation and AT&T, is using this technology to deliver education to young refugees in Syria.
Because when trouble strikes, connectivity can be tricky. And it’s not just natural disasters. For some, their homes, neighborhoods or entire cities may be a war zone – weeks, months or years of conflict reducing the local infrastructure to piles of smoking rubble.
A message from Cynthia Figge Co-founder and COO, CSRHub
As featured in a recent CSRHub Newsletter
We enter the New Year with some Rays of Hope for the world and at CSRHub. After nine years of pioneering work, we have just ingested our 500th data source and track the perceived sustainability performance of almost 17,000 companies worldwide. We now aggregate 13 expert ESG investor research databases, and a vast array of NGO and rich data sources providing a strong signal on how companies are perceived by financial analysts and other stakeholders.
WASHINGTON, December 5, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Former New York City Mayor and philanthropist Michael R. Bloomberg announced today that he is committing an additional $360 million to the global fight against tobacco use, bringing his total commitment to nearly $1 billion.
If there’s any one topic that people working in sustainability can agree, it’s that their sector has an identity problem.
Acronyms abound. EHS, ESG, CSR and CR are just a few. There are professionals who feel that Social Purpose or Shared Value address both human rights and environmental issues. But just as many execs are solidly in the Sustainability camp.
By Tim Fleming, Director, Sustainability Integration, AT&T
Recently I found myself riding in a virtual helicopter looking down on a city of the future. Flying through the skyscrapers, I enjoyed a 360 degree view of a beautiful Tron-like cityscape. After checking out a sensor report from smart light post, I hopped into a self-driving car and zipped back to cybersecurity headquarters. All the while, my corporeal self was actually sitting in the AT&T Smart Cities booth in Austin, TX at the Smart Cities Innovation Summit.
While governments and businesses have reaped big benefits from the revolution in big data and software analytics, nonprofits sometimes lag behind the public and private sectors when it comes to adopting advanced machine learning techniques.
Since its implementation, the Dodd Frank Act Section 1502 (Conflict Minerals) has had a widespread effect in the United States. From the Securities and Exchange Commission, to NGO’s, to both private and publically held companies, and all the way to the self-educated consumer, everyone is involved in the discussion.