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Dr Pepper Snapple Group and Keep America Beautiful Award 41 Grants to Improve Recycling in Public Parks

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STAMFORD, Conn., April 12, 2017 /3BL Media/ – As Americans head to their favorite public park, beach or playground this spring, many will find new recycling bins helping keep those treasured spaces clean  thanks in part to a significant grant by Dr Pepper Snapple Group (NYSE: DPS) in partnership with national nonprofit Keep America Beautiful.
        

National Rebuilding Month: Take Action

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Take action during National #RebuildingMonth! Together we transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of our homes and revitalizing our communities.

4 Simple Ways To Engage Millennial Donors And Volunteers Online

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Millennials are one of the most talked-about demographics in the marketing industry. With over $600 billion in annual spending power, they are a major force driving our economy. “How to market to millennials” is a catch-phrase Connect360 Multimedia hears many times over from nonprofits. But marketing to millennials doesn’t have to be hard, just focused.

Helen Lowman Named President and CEO of Keep America Beautiful

Appointee of President Obama at FEMA and the Peace Corps to Lead Iconic National Community Improvement Nonprofit
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STAMFORD, Conn., April 11, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s leading nonprofit that envisions a country in which every community is a clean, green and beautiful place to live, today announced that Helen Lowman, who served as an appointee of President Barack Obama at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Peace Corps, has been named the organization’s new president and CEO. She will assume the role on May 1.

Keep Brevard Beautiful Removes More Than 15 Tons of Debris During Annual Trash Bash

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Remarkable results are pouring in from the Great American Cleanup events that are happening during Keep America Beautiful Month (April).

In its 36th year, Keep Brevard Beautiful’s Trash Bash covered about 40 sites with more than 1,100 volunteers dedicating more than 4,300 hours on Saturday, April 1. In just a short period of time, those volunteers removed more than 30,600 pounds (approximately 15 tons) of trash and debris from public spaces within Brevard County, Florida.

National Rebuilding Month: Substandard Housing Conditions

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Families with fewer financial resources are more likely to experience unsafe, unhealthy housing. When dealing with limited resources, food and medicine come before housing repairs. Rebuilding Together affiliates serve low-income homeowners who face financial dilemmas like this. Our vision is a safe and healthy home for every person.

Making the Match, Part 1: Differentiating Technical and Strategic Support in Pro Bono Programming

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This post is Part 1 of the Taproot Foundation's 3-part series “Making the Match,” which breaks down how to increase the impact of your corporate pro bono program by creating strong matches between your talent and your nonprofit partners. Read the overview of "Making the Match" here.

Making the Match: A 3-Part Series for Corporate Pro Bono Leaders from Taproot

Getting the right pro bono to the right nonprofit at the right time
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It’s a common misconception that the bigger and more complex a pro bono initiative is, the higher the impact will be for nonprofits, your employees, and the company itself. In fact, the biggest determinant of a program’s impact is not its scale or complexity but the quality of the match between employees’ expertise and nonprofits’ needs. Great pro bono initiatives have one thing in common – the right support for the right nonprofit at the right time.

GSK is Proud to Support the Movement to Build a Healthier Community in East St. Louis, IL

Working across sectors and organizations, the East St. Louis community has come together to help young people feel safe and secure in their community, be ready to succeed in school and work and empower them to create change.
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“The State of the Movement is strong,” declared Montez Holton, a junior at East St. Louis Senior High School, referring to the East Side Aligned collective impact “movement” in East St. Louis, IL.  Working across sectors and organizations, the East St. Louis community has come together to help young people feel safe and secure in their community, be ready to succeed in school and work and empower them to create change.

National Rebuilding Month: Rebuilding Together Affiliates Impact

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During #RebuildingMonth, Rebuilding Together affiliates are planning to complete over 1,700 rebuilding projects, including homes and community centers across the country. Find out ways to get involved here: http://bit.ly/1Yb8mBa

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