This year AT&T, The Prince of Wales Foundation and The Prince’s Trust are celebrating 10 years of working together to support youth in the UK.
The Prince’s Trust provides funding and guidance to unemployed young people in the UK so they can take control of their future. Youth unemployment is an ongoing social and economic challenge. Our programs help young people develop the key skills, confidence, and motivation they need to stabilize their lives. The programs give young people practical and financial support.
Chicago Park District CFO Steve Lux and Humana Illinois Vice President Bill Snyder are scheduled to participate and speak
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Who: Humana; Chicago Park District; CBS EcoMedia
What: Celebration of Ridge Park Athletic Fields’ Completed Renovations
The heavily utilized athletic fields at Ridge Park were in need of renovation, but among a long list of projects to be prioritized by the Chicago Park District's limited capital funds. To support community health and revive local play space, Humana sponsored the new renovations at Ridge Park’s athletic fields through CBS EcoMedia’s WellnessAd program.
We're very proud to partner with the World Food Programme in the fight against world hunger. Thanks to the generosity of our customers and partners, we help feed 20 Million children in 60 countries each year!
Hunger is the world's most solvable problem, YOU can join the fight against hunger today at hungertohope.com!
Making great fashion can require a lot of resources. Growing cotton, dyeing fabrics and washing our clothes all require significant water use. But natural resources aren’t endless.
Our planet is facing scarcity issues and according to the UN, the world will need 50% more food, 45% more energy and 30% more water by 2030. So we need to consider both present and future generations. And using resources efficiently makes long-term business sense and will increasingly provide opportunities for competitive advantage.
We strive to reduce, reuse and recycle wherever we can. Our biggest concerns is that too much fashion ends up in landfill. That’s why we teamed up with I:Collect and created a the first global garment take back system.
You can drop any unwanted clothes at H&M and we give them a new life. The goal is to create a closed loop where unwanted garments are recycled into new creations. Currently we can blend in about 20% recycled fibers without any loss of quality or longevity.
It is not a question for us to have suppliers in emerging markets. It’s a matter of how we do it.
We need to be a good partner ourselves. Our standards are high and we reward sustainability performance with better business. We work hard to ensure better livelihood and positive development in the communities where we operate.
Many of these challenges can’t be solved by one organisation alone. So we work with several partners to ensure lasting and systemic change.
April 14, 2015 /3BL Media/ - GlaxoSmithKline (@GSKUS) and United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey (@PhillySJUnited) today issued the call for applications for the GSK IMPACT Awards. This annual awards program will honor up to ten local nonprofit organizations with $40,000 each in recognition of their exceptional achievements in contributing to a healthier Greater Philadelphia Region.