HP Wins IT Award for Infant Health Program; Sanofi Marks National Employee Wellness Month; UPS & Keep America Beautiful Give $150K in Grants - CSR Minute for June 18, 2012
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HP’s Early Infant Diagnosis Program has won the 21st Century Achievement Award for Health from IDG’s Computerworld Honors Program. The IDG award recognizes visionary applications of information technology that promote positive social, economic, and educational change. HP’s program was developed in partnership with the Clinton Health Access Initiative and the Kenyan government.
Sanofi US is celebrating National Employee Wellness Month with a special initiative of walking programs, health fairs, lectures, and seminars as part of the company’s ongoing “Health in Action” activities. Health in Action promotes a culture of healthy habits, prevention, and wellness for Sanofi employees.
The 5th annual UPS – Keep America Beautiful Community Improvement Grant program has awarded $150,000 dollars for 66 projects. The program’s goal is to link KAB affiliate organizations with local UPS employee teams which will provide volunteer support to the local efforts.
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