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Target and UNICEF Get Kids Active to Fight Hunger

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Wearables have been all the rage recently and many organizations have tapped into the technology, making it easier for consumers to link physical activity to a good cause. Organizations like Charity Miles and collaborations such as Bank of America's work with (RED) and Nike have led the way in the space, getting adults active and excited about making an impact on issues they care about.

UPS Humanitarian Relief and Resilience Program

The Ebola Case Study: Public-Private Partnerships Deliver Relief
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In response to the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa, The UPS Foundation committed $750,000 in funding
and in-kind support. UPS engaged with first response agencies, providing air, ocean and ground
transportation for vital relief shipments from the U.S. and Europe to West Africa.

Join the #BeFair Twitter Party

Join the movement, win prizes & tweet for Fair Trade at 10/8 at 5PM PT
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Fair Trade Month is here! From environmental protection to poverty alleviation, there are plenty of reasons to support Fair Trade. Help us celebrate the incredible people who grow, sew and craft our favorite products this October (and every day of the year!).

Video: Bloomberg's Data for Good Exchange 2015

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The Data for Good Exchange is part of a long Bloomberg tradition of advocacy for using data science and human capital to solve problems at the core of society. #d4gx

Fox's 'Peanuts Movie' Characters to Encourage Kids to Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

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As part of a new partnership between 20th Century Fox and UNICEF, the familiar characters from the upcoming Blue Sky Studios film The Peanuts Movie will help raise funds for the organization this fall.

DLA Piper: Building a Case for Better Child Protection

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Bangladesh has a child population of 65m and more than a million are homeless. Very young street children can be placed in jails without protection or representation. Children can encounter justice systems as victims, witnesses, or because they are in conflict with the law. If held in detention, children can suffer violations of their rights - they are often detained with adult prisoners – and may be exposed to torture, physical and emotional abuse.

UNICEF and H&M Foster Philanthropy at a Young Age with Unicoin

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As younger generations grow up and begin to live their values through voting, purchasing decisions, philanthropy and more, companies, NGOs and governments alike are thinking about how to engage them in social or environmental issues.

Unicoin - The First Currency Dedicated to Good Launched Today

Today, the H&M Conscious Foundation in support of UNICEF presents a new currency to the world - the Unicoin. The initiative aims to enable children to support the right for other children around the world to access learning opportunities from an early age
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June 11, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Scientific evidence on brain development shows that the early years of a child’s life - from birth to age 8 years of age - are critical to its ability to learn. Recent advances in neuroscience have improved our understanding of how the brain develops in the first years of life, and a growing body of research has made it increasingly clear that programs that intervene early, especially for the most disadvantaged children, lead to better outcomes for children, their parents and society at large.

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