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generationOn, Points Of Light’s Youth Service Division, to Host 'Block Party' Celebrating Kids And Service

generationOn’s First West Coast Block Party Benefiting Los Angeles Area Youth to be held at Fox Studios on April 18
Press Release

LOS ANGELES, April 15, 2015 /3BL Media/ – generationOn, Points of Light’s youth service division is taking its mission to inspire, equip, and mobilize youth to take action that changes the world and themselves through service to Los Angeles for its first ever west coast Block Party.

Cisco Employee Changes Lives Through Technology Donations

by Austin Belisle

In 2013, Roland Holloway learned he was cancer-free. For 9 years, Roland, a Cisco employee, had battled neck cancer, but a surprising recovery inspired him to give back to his community. With the help of Cisco’s Employee Purchase Donation Program (EPDP), Roland is empowering a local nonprofit with new technologies and helping others in need.

CVS Health: 2015 All Kids Can Baseball Camps


CVS Health is excited to launch its 11th season of partnering with the Boston Red Sox on a special series of baseball camps for Little League Challenger teams, Miracle League teams and inclusive baseball teams. The All Kids Can Baseball Camps provide New England children of all abilities an action-packed, dream-fulfilling experience playing ball at Fenway Park and getting batting tips from Red Sox hitting coaches.

Matter to a Million—Helping Entrepreneurs Achieve Their Dreams

by Lisa Conover, HP Living Progress Global Giving Experiences Manager

I just helped Pao buy some cows.

Pao is a 43-year-old woman who lives in Cambodia’s Kandal province. Married with four children, she has struggled all her life to support her family and get ahead. Pao works long hours as a grocer and also helps her husband, who earns some income selling water. Three of her children are factory workers.

Major Leaguers Award $40,000 in College Scholarships to Reward Youth Community Involvement

Spotlight shines on Action Team® student leaders during National Volunteer Month

NEW YORK, April 15, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Major League baseball players will award $2,000 college scholarships to 20 outstanding high school students in recognition of their dedication to community service and tireless efforts to encourage others to get involved with causes they believe in, the Major League Baseball Players Trust announced today. Each scholarship recipient is a member of the Action Team® national youth volunteer program created and administered by the Major League Baseball Players Trust and Volunteers of America.

[eBook] Improve Your Grantmaking as a Part of CSR

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It is no exaggeration to say that the current system of application and reporting has grantseekers and grantmakers alike drowning in paperwork and distracted from purpose. Read this free eBook to find out how grantmakers can reduce the burden on their grantees, to free up their time to produce better results with the grantmaker's dollars.



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