With supplies of N95 masks at a critical low in hospitals all over the US, volunteers are helping to create new masks or extend the life of existing masks. One of our employees tells us how it works, as part of Legg Mason’s series on #InspireACTION.
1. Sarah, you are part of a team who sews cloth covers for N95 masks, can you tell us how the idea came about and what it is you guys are doing to help?
When the COVID-19 Outbreak Hit, That Community Was Behind Them to #inspireaction
At a ceremony at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in 2000 to celebrate what would have been Martin Luther King Jr.’s 71st birthday, the late Coretta Scott King said, "The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members."
That spirit of a compassionate community helped several organizations dedicated to address food insecurity, among other needs, in Baltimore as the pandemic upended service models.
March 31, 2020 /3BL Media/ - In the period of a few short weeks, the way we live and work has been upended. The length of time this “new normal” will last is not yet clear. What is clear is that individuals and non-profits are doing incredible work in local communities around the world in light of the extraordinary reach of the coronavirus pandemic.
ESG IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS: COMPANIES NEED TO LET THE WORLD KNOW THROUGH THEIR ACTIONS
By Scott Glasser Co-Chief Investment Officer, ClearBridge Investments
I am among the many engaged investors who welcomed the statement by the Business Roundtable, an association of chief executive officers of America’s leading companies, redefining the purpose of a corporation to promote “An Economy That Serves All Americans.”
BALTIMORE, November 6, 2019, /3BL Media/ - Legg Mason, Inc. (NYSE: LM) has redefined its approach to corporate social responsibility (CSR) by focusing on six dimensions that are central to the company’s mission of Investing to Improve Lives™
"We have long recognized that CSR plays a vital role in our mission. Today’s announcement signifies our focus on six areas in which we believe we can build momentum and make a meaningful difference,” said Joseph A. Sullivan, Chairman and CEO of Legg Mason.
Although the U.K. is one of the richest countries in the world, many people are struggling to afford food while there are estimates that up to 95% of a supermarket’s surplus food goes to waste. Inspired by this, a group of Legg Mason employees in London volunteered with The Felix Project, a charity which collects surplus food from supermarkets and wholesalers and delivers it to more than 200 charities and schools across the capital.
Legg Mason Launches New Hispanic and Latino Employee Resource Group
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Legg Mason is pleased to announce the launch of UNIDOS, the newest Employee Resource Group (ERG), which represents the Hispanic and Latino Community within our employee base, clientele and the communities where we do business.
The group, whose name means "united" in Spanish and Portuguese, aims to share the Hispanic and Latino culture, promote all forms of diversity and include and celebrate the value that Hispanic and Latino employees bring to Legg Mason, the asset management industry and the community.
BALTIMORE, September 23, 2019 /3BL Media/– Legg Mason, Inc. (NYSE:LM) has partnered with CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ to support its Check Your Blind Spots mobile tour, which helps people explore ways to mitigate unconscious bias in their everyday lives.
By David Gilbert, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer at Clarion Partners
Clarion Partners realizes it’s possible to ensure a more sustainable future while delivering value to our clients and tenants. At the same time, we know that affecting change at the property level requires us to start from within.
The event has been running since 2006 and has raised almost £4 million for good causes
Hundreds of people took to the Scottish Highlands for the Martin Currie Rob Roy Challenge, hiking and biking their way to raising thousands for charity.
The event has been running since 2006 and has raised almost £4 million for good causes. This year, more than 300 people took part in the routes, ranging from a 16-mile walk/run, to a gruelling 70-mile combined walk and cycle.
Fundraising officially closes in September, but the event organisers expect it to have attracted around £100,000 in donations.