One of the great aspects of working at an organization such as Hewlett Packard is that it allows you to contribute to causes and events that add value to you as an individual and to the society around you.
December 3 isInternational Day of People with Disability (IDPwD). This is a United Nations sanctioned day that aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.
Corporate social responsibility representatives from over 30 companies convened at SPUR in San Francisco where hundreds of colorful sticky notes helped guide the dynamic and interactive conversations around pro bono and employee engagement.
The BMW Foundation’s 17th Transatlantic Forum opened today on day 2 of the Global Pro Bono Summit. Responsible business leaders from Germany, Canada, and the US across the human resources, design, and IT sectors joined the Global Fellows in a full day of discussions focused on the question of how pro bono services can not only benefit nonprofit organizations but the providing companies as well.
Four years ago, the BMW Foundation invited Taproot founder Aaron Hurst to participate in its Transatlantic Forum for Young Leaders. From that invitation, a deep friendship and partnership formed between Aaron and BMW Foundation CEO Markus Hipp. Aaron understood BMW Foundation’s mission to inspire executives and engage them in service to work for the common good and for a society that is capable of meeting the challenges of the future by engaging in cross-sector collaborations with partners across the globe.
HP LIFE free e-Learning helped Ada Bustamante create the business and life she wanted for her family. HP LIFE is a free, cloud-based training program that helps virtually anyone, anywhere learn the essential business and IT skills to start or grow a business.
200 HP employees built prefabricated homes to house 25 needy families in Guadalajara, Mexico City and Monterrey. Other HP employees contributed funds to the effort, which were combined with an HP contribution.