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FedEx Team Donates Transportation of Earthquake Relief to Puerto Rico

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In response to the recent earthquakes in Puerto Rico, FedEx is donating transportation of 46 pallets of hygiene kits provided by International Medical Corps and Heart to Heart International.

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FedEx Team Members Around the Country Volunteer for MLK Day of Service

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In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, FedEx team members around the country packed 150,000+ meals with Rise Against Hunger, cleaned up our local communities and volunteered at civil rights museums.

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FedEx Earns No. 14 Spot on the FORTUNE World’s Most Admired Companies List

Only company in the Delivery category ranked in the Top 20
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MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ —FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) is once again ranked among the most admired companies in the world, according to a survey published in FORTUNE magazine.

The annual “World’s Most Admired Companies” report released today lists FedEx as the No. ­­­14 ranked company overall, tied with American Express and Netflix.  The survey measures nine attributes related to the company’s financial performance and corporate reputation.

FedEx Celebrates the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

FedEx to Team Up with Rise Against Hunger for Meal Prep and Offer Free Admission to Civil Rights Museums
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MEMPHIS, Tenn., Jan. 17, 2020 /3BL Media/ — FedEx volunteers across 10 cities will team up with Rise Against Hunger to pack over 170,000 meals for those in need in recognition of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.

Pay It Forward by Giving Back: Families of Fallen American Soldiers

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All too often U.S. military service members give their lives in service to their country. What if there was a way to give back to the families of those soldiers?

Believe With Me is an organization that recognizes fallen military members and their ultimate sacrifice. The Believe With Me mission is to bring hope and help to the lives of those left behind when a soldier has lost his or her life in service to our country. By giving back to the families of these soldiers, the organization wants each to know that America remembers their loved ones, especially during the holiday season.

When Is a Coat More Than Just a Coat?

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When is a coat more than just a coat? For children in need, it means a warm walk to school and the ability to play outside with friends. With Operation Warm our team has delivered nearly 500,000 new coats across North America.

VIDEO | A Child's Life Was on the Line

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When two-year-old Brooklyn needed a lifesaving liver transplant, her parents fought against time and a blizzard to get from Memphis to Chicago. They almost didn’t make it — until a phone call to FedEx sparked a chain of events that cleared the way.

Santa’s Helpers Make Special Trees for Troops Delivery

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Who knew some of Santa’s biggest helpers were FedEx Freight drivers?

Since Santa and Mrs. Claus can’t be everywhere before the holidays, FedEx Freight drivers Chuck and Sarah Fiske have stepped in to help. This husband and wife duo make Trees for Troops deliveries extra special by playing the role of Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

For more than 15 years, FedEx has delivered more than a quarter of a million farm-grown Christmas trees to military bases across the United States and internationally to bring holiday joy to our troops and military families.

75 FedEx Ground Women Participate in the Linkage Women in Leadership Institute

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75 FedEx Ground women participated in the 20th annual Linkage Women in Leadership Institute, which brought together over 1,100 mid-career women to participate in the week long event in Phoenix.

Bye Bye, Bei Bei, Bye Bye

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Bei Bei was born Aug. 22, 2015, at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s David M. Rubenstein Family Giant Panda Habitat. Although the first 4 years of his life were spent at the Zoo, Bei Bei departed Washington D.C. for Chengdu, China on November 19th as part of the Zoo’s cooperative breeding agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation Association. The agreement states that all cubs born at the Zoo must move to China when they reach 4 years of age. Bei Bei turned 4 on Aug. 22.

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