GRI agrees MoU with Ministry of National Development
October 16, 2019 /3BL Media/ - GRI has signed a collaboration agreement with the Indonesian Government that commits to support and provide the reporting frameworks for the country’s commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) marks the commitment of Indonesia’s Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) in promoting the contribution of the private sector in achieving the 2030 Agenda.
Art Spark Texas (formerly VSA Texas) challenges perceptions of people with disabilities and ignites confidence, ideas and courage to make a difference. Founded in 1996 and based in Austin, Texas, our vision is to create a society where people with disabilities can participate in, learn through, and enjoy the arts. To this end, we work with artists, patrons and community members to create arts-inspired, inclusive communities of diverse individuals.
Since 1985, The Conservation Fund has protected about 28 acres an hour—nearly 700 acres a day. That is about one Central Park worth of land protected each day! Your support helps make this possible and allows us to address the most pressing environmental challenges of our time: climate change and sea level rise, loss of habitat for wildlife, access to food systems, conversion of working forests, farms and ranches, and more.
Imagine that you KNOW you can do a job. You KNOW you can contribute – but at every turn you are denied the opportunity to fulfill your potential because other people don’t think you can make the grade.
Wouldn’t you want someone to see the REAL YOU and let your talent and potential shine?
At Melwood, we believe in challenging the soft bigotry of low expectations.
We believe that, with the right support, everyone can achieve their potential.
For nearly a century, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (ACLU) has been our country’s leading defender of civil liberties. And the work of our skilled attorneys, advocates and organizers fighting alongside people whose fundamental freedoms are in jeopardy has never been more critical.
At nine years old, Jaxson was an avid fisher who loved to ride his bike. Then his world was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with Leukemia, a malignant progressive cancer in which the bone marrow and other blood forming organs produce increased numbers of immature or abnormal leukocytes. Suddenly, he could no longer do the things he loved and felt completely lost.
Your workplace giving donation gives us the opportunity to share important information about how to Stop Cancer Before It Starts!®with new audiences. You also provide a steady, predictable stream of funding that can help us better budget and plan for the future, including the ability to weather economic downturns. Knowing your donation will still be coming in next year allows us to build vital new programs in our community that will help ensure cancer prevention and early detection education is available to all populations.
That’s a statement you’ll often see from the No Kid Hungry campaign, and I’m frequently asked how we make such an incredible return on each dollar.
We don’t get a bulk discount on food, as most folks guess. In fact, we don’t even buy food. Instead, our approach is all about finding sustainable, permanent solutions to ending childhood hunger in America.