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Fifth Third Bank, Employees, Customers Provide More Than 4.6 Million Meals for Families

Press Release

CINCINNATI, June 17, 2021 /3BL Media/ – Fifth Third Bank’s annual “Feeding Our Communities” initiative provided more than 4.6 million meals in May to fight hunger across its footprint. The monthlong effort involved virtual volunteer activities by employees and monetary donations, including customer-purchased Shield of Recognition sales.

Improving Community Resilience Through Disaster Preparedness and Response

International Paper donation to American Red Cross provides additional support beyond the company’s Annual Disaster Giving Program commitment
Press Release

MEMPHIS, Tenn., June 15, 2021 /3BL Media/ – International Paper (NYSE: IP), the world’s leading producer of renewable, fiber-based packaging, pulp and paper, has made a $170,000 donation to the American Red Cross to support year-round humanitarian relief efforts. The donation is above and beyond the company’s recurring $500,000 pledge to support the American Red Cross Annual Disaster Giving Program (ADGP).

NortonLifeLock Recognized for Supporting Healthy Families and Communities

Ranked #1 in Industry for Protecting Consumer Privacy
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By Kim Allman,  Head of Corporate Responsibility and Government Affairs

I am proud to share that NortonLifeLock has made JUST Capital’s recently released list of The Top 100 US Companies Supporting Healthy Families and Communities. We ranked #59 overall and #8 in the Software Industry Category. This is the second year JUST Capital has published the list and the first time that NortonLifeLock has been named to it.

Grande Prairie, Alberta, Students Nurture and Release Painted Lady Butterflies

International Paper Grande Prairie Mill Donated 1,600 Butterfly Kits to Area Schools
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GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alberta, June 14, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The International Paper Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, mill, through the International Paper Foundation, has provided an unforgettable, hands-on learning experience for children in its community. Nearly 1,600 elementary students across 40 area schools received butterfly kits and recently released their Painted Lady butterflies into the world.

Country's Oldest Female WWII Veteran From Ludlow Receives New Roof

by: Katrina Kincade
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The oldest living World War II female veteran in the U.S. received a brand new roof on her Ludlow home as part of a veterans assistance program.

The Owens Corning Roof Deployment Project donates the material and Vista Home Improvement donated the labor.

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Fifth Third Celebrates Headquarters Renewal and Expansion

Project Connect welcomes employees and community to state of art space embracing one of the best public squares in the nation
Press Release

CINCINNATI, June 10, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Fifth Third Bank, National Association, celebrates the completion of a new signature two-story welcome atrium, a newly designed next-generation financial center, renovated and expanded retail space, as well as the Fifth Third Museum and Fifth Third Stage. The expansive “Project Connect” brings together the Bank’s two office towers at the first and second levels with a new 12,000 square foot entryway to Fifth Third Bank that reflects its values and transformation.

PT Freeport Indonesia Contributes $420K to Mimika Sports Complex Ahead of National Sports Week

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The Mimika Sports Complex (MSC) will be renovated in preparations for the 20th National Sports Week with contributions from PT Freeport Indonesia.

Promoting Inclusion and Diversity Among Employees

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Qualcomm continued to expand its programs and activities promoting our inclusive and diverse culture among employees globally. GID’s support extends to our eight strong and vibrant Employee Networks (ENs), which added eight chapters globally while also increasing their domestic membership. Among domestic ENs, our African and African American Diversity (QAAAD) EN increased its membership more than 170 percent.

Shining a Light on Heritage

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A rich history stretching back more than 300 years disappeared beneath dense undergrowth when, in the 1970s, the inhabitants of a remote Hakka village abandoned it to move into urban areas or abroad.

Now, half a century on, Mui Tsz Lam in Hong Kong’s northeastern New Territories has sprung back to life after villagers and their descendants lovingly rescued it from the clutches of nature and recruited the help of CLP to reconnect it to the electricity grid.

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