Nonprofits

New Regulations in California Brought More Haulers into the Food Recovery World

By Cole Rosengren, Waste Dive
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In the nearly two years since California's commercial organics diversion mandate took effect, it has created unique opportunities for waste and recycling service providers to step outside their comfort zones. For Republic Services, that has meant partnering with food recovery organizations and advising customers about donation potential when conducting waste assessments. Last year, the company facilitated the recovery of more than 300 tons of edible food.

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Duke Energy's Commitment to Florida Communities Amplified by More than $5 Million of Grant Funding in 2017

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Includes $1M for Hurricane Irma relief across Florida and $1M in resources for United Way Suncoast's Campbell Park initiative in St. Petersburg.

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Includes $1M for Hurricane Irma relief across Florida and $1M in resources for United Way Suncoast's Campbell Park initiative in St. Petersburg.

Cause Coin Creates a New Global Currency and Sustainable Economy for Nonprofit Engagement

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CLEVELAND, January 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Created to support a massive global marketplace for Nonprofits, this ecological token will empower the masses to do good and be rewarded for their participation.  It is intended as a social support and tangible engagement asset, as it is the first and only currency of its kind. Passion driven organizations, such as nonprofits, require the hands of people helping people to reach social goals beyond monetary contributions.  

Our Community Impact in 2017

A look back at how our support helped improve lives this year
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The holidays are a time for giving, and we’re thankful for the opportunity to strengthen our communities all year long. Whether through mentoring students, teaching digital skills that lead to higher-paying jobs, or supporting entrepreneurs working to make a difference in their community, our employees and our thousands of nonprofit partners are improving lives every day.

Nonprofit Heroes Are Reconnecting Lives in Puerto Rico

by Tae Yoo, Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs
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Imagine a storm washing away your ability to communicate by phone, email, or text. Picture it knocking out your electricity and cutting off your supply of food and clean water. If you need help, you have no way to ask for it. If you have loved ones, you have no way to confirm they are safe.

That is what happened to Puerto Rico’s entire population of 3.4 million people when Hurricane Maria devastated the island on September 20.

Allstate Foundation Purple Purse Challenge® Raises $4.18 Million for Domestic Violence Programs

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NORTHBROOK, Ill., Nov. 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Recent headlines about harassment and violence offer a reminder of the everyday reality faced by a larger group of U.S. women: those trapped in abusive domestic relationships. Without financial resources, these women can’t escape, care for themselves and their families, find housing or save for the future.

GSK Honors Triangle Nonprofits Making a Positive Impact on Health Outcomes

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November 16, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Ten nonprofits will receive $40,000 to support healthy eating, quality employment and education, affordable housing, and other social determinants of health.

$400,000 in Duke Energy Solar Grants Awarded to Not-for-profit Organizations Serving Low-income Indiana Populations

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PLAINFIELD, Ind., November 2, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- With $400,000 in funding from Duke Energy, Indiana's key consumer groups are awarding 16 not-for-profit organizations grants to help finance the installa

Voya Financial Announces Third-Quarter 2017 Grant Recipients

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NEW YORK October 11, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Voya Financial, Inc. (NYSE: VOYA), today announced the nonprofit organizations that received grants in the third quarter of 2017 through Voya Foundation, the company’s charitable giving arm. Voya Foundation invests in programming to help foster healthy, sustainable communities and supports local and national nonprofits with missions that advance children’s education and financial resilience.

Below is a summary of third-quarter 2017 grants:

The Long-Term Impact of Skills-Based Volunteering on the Social Sector

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New research demonstrates the long-term impact of skills-based volunteering (SBV) on the social sector. As highlighted in our article, The Promise of Skills-Based Volunteering featured in Stanford Social Innovation Review's Fall 2017 issue, Common Impact embarked on a study to quantify the longitudinal impact of SBV on the social sector and heard first-hand about the transformational impact from our nonprofit partners.

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