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The Arbor Day Foundation and Texas Roadhouse Partner to Green Up Louisville

Texas Roadhouse employees plant trees in Beckley Creek Park and distribute free trees to residents
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LOUISVILLE, Ky., October 3, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Friday, October 5, The Arbor Day Foundation and Texas Roadhouse will plant trees in Beckley Creek Park and distribute free trees to Jefferson Country residents to plant in their yards. The first 225 resident who visit Texas Roadhouse (13321 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, Kentucky) on October 6, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. receive a free tree and an opportunity to meet with specially-trained Citizen Forester volunteers to learn instructions for tree planting and long-term maintenance.

Aramark Volunteers in Boston Share Nutrition Knowledge, Inspire Families at Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation to Lead Healthy Lifestyles

Aramark celebrates 10-years of helping underserved communities and the five year anniversary of the company’s global day of service, Aramark Building Community Day
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BOSTON, September 20, 2018 /3BL Media/ – More than 100 Aramark (NYSE: ARMK) team members will volunteer their time at Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, to bring health and wellness education to community members.

A Global Events App for Cause

iCause will revolutionize how to find events and engage with non-profits
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February 8, 2018 /3BL Media/ - This week iCause will revolutionize how to find events and engage with non-profits. You can log in now at https://events.icause.com and explore events anywhere in the world.

Deaf Kids Code & Show How Digital Is Great Equalizer

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Shireen Hafeez is the founder of Deaf Kids Code, a nonprofit working to bridge the economic and social gaps among deaf children and adults.

She has been an advocate and lobbyist for deaf kids because her own son is deaf – and she believes that computer science, technology, and design thinking skills can break down the barriers that have prevented deaf people in the past from getting jobs and fully participating in society.

AT&T Aspire Accelerator Alumni: Where Are They Now? CommonLit's Story

By Michelle Brown, founder & CEO of CommonLit, 2016 AT&T Aspire Accelerator member
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In the spring of 2016, CommonLit.org was a collection of about 100 individual PDF reading lessons that English teachers could download and use with their students. Despite its humble start, I had a big vision. 

I came to the AT&T Aspire team with a simple pitch: Create the best reading and writing program in America and make it available for free so that even the most vulnerable students could access it online.

6 Things For-Profit and Nonprofit Startups Can Learn From Each Other

By Anne Wintroub, Director of Social Innovation, AT&T
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At AT&T, we believe great ideas can come from anywhere and impact kids and communities everywhere. That’s why we designed the AT&T Aspire Accelerator to support startups across the country, both for-profit and nonprofit organizations.

We’ve had 3 classes come through the AT&T Aspire Accelerator. And we’ve learned that the differences in our startups’ structures is a great opportunity to collaborate and learn. We asked 2 of our current cohort members, one that leads a nonprofit and one a for-profit, to share the lessons they’ve learned from each other.

Common Impact's Nonprofit Skills-Based Volunteering Toolkit

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We are excited to announce the launch of Common Impact’s Skills-Based Volunteering (SBV) Toolkit! Since 2000, Common Impact has supported nonprofits in effectively utilizing SBV to build internal capacity to better serve the community.

Bay Area Teen Aims to Rewrite the Story of Underprivileged Youth Through Literacy

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“The single biggest indicator for academic success is having books at home,” said Fatima Yousef, the 16-year-old founder of the nonprofit Stories for a Future. While it’s a statistic she knows by heart, she also knows that having books may not be a reality for many low-income youth.

At a young age, she recognized the wide educational disparity in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she lives.

Whirlpool's Problem Solvers

By Tony Wittkowski
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BENTON HARBOR — Instead of just volunteering, more than two dozen Whirlpool Corp. workers took part in a team-building exercise Tuesday that simultaneously solved a few kinks for a nonprofit organization.

In an effort to put their training to the test, workers from Whirlpool’s North American Region International Logistics team spent half the day at the Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency’s warehouse in downtown Benton Harbor to evaluate the boxing-cycle process.

KitchenAid, Community Volunteers Pitch in on Day of Caring

By Tony Wittkowski
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BENTON HARBOR — Chris Ball and his colleagues spent the better part of his workday pushing mulch on a playground.

This workday was different for Ball because he was taking part in the annual Day of Caring, where dozens of KitchenAid volunteers find local nonprofit organizations to help for a day.

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