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Don’t Lose Sight of Climate Risk

By: Nadia Humphreys, Business Manager for Sustainable Finance solutions at Bloomberg
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While the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing governments and the private sector across the globe to take drastic measures, many commentators are pointing out the analogies with climate change. There is a key difference however: climate change won’t come as a surprise.

In a Time of Remote Work and Virtual Meetings, Workplace Giving Becomes Even More Important in the Fight Against Coronavirus

How You Can Make a Difference While Keeping Your Distance
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A month ago, I didn’t know what ‘social distancing’ was. Now, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s become a fact of life that we need to stay six feet away from each other to avoid spreading germs. If you, like so many others across the country, have moved yourself and your workforce entirely remote to accommodate this new way of working, you’re likely also looking for virtual ways to help in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Celebrating Women's Achievements and Continuing to Fight for Women's Rights

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On March 8, #InternationalWomensDay, and throughout the month of March, Americans will celebrate the many achievements of women throughout history in art, athletics, business, government, philanthropy, humanities, science, and education.  Women have contributed a lot to society, and we have made great strides in reducing the gender equity gap. However, we still have some barriers to overcome to ensure equal economic opportunities, educational equity, women’s health, and an end to gender-based violence.

Celebrating the Agents of Change This Black History Month

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Each year during the month of February, Americans set aside a few weeks to focus their historical hindsight on the contributions that people of African descent have made to this country.

In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, America's Charities is celebrating the following agents of change who we are proud to call members:

February Is Cancer Prevention Month: Research Shows That up to 50% of Cancer Cases and 50% of Cancer Deaths Are Preventable.

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Research shows that up to 50% of cancer cases and about 50% of cancer deaths are preventable with the knowledge we have today. In fact, individuals can reduce their cancer risk with some simple lifestyle changes, such as these seven steps to prevent cancer shared by Prevent Cancer Foundation.

Help Miriam's Kitchen Build a Neighborhood to End Homelessness in DC

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You can make a significant difference in helping Miriam's Kitchen by donating to them through workplace giving. Don't have a program? Click here to have your employer contact our team about bring employee giving to your workplace. 

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You can make a significant difference in helping Miriam's Kitchen by donating to them through workplace giving. Don't have a program? Click here to have your employer contact our team about bring employee giving to your workplace. 

America’s Charities Grows Employee Assistance Fund; Kicks Off 2020 with Six New Clients

Companies Offering EAFs Strive to Be the Difference for Their Employees
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WASHINGTON, February 10, 2020 /3BL Media/ – America’s Charities, a nonprofit celebrating its 40th year as a pioneer in employee engagement, today announced it has expanded its Employee Assistance Fund (EAF) service by welcoming six new clients.

January Is National Poverty in America Awareness Month

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Hunger and malnutrition, limited access to education and other basic services, social discrimination and exclusion, disabilities, restricted access to participation in the democratic process. These are just some of the many manifestations of poverty. More than 40 million Americans live in poverty, but we can eradicate poverty. As Nelson Mandela said, "Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the action of human beings."

Give the Gift of Research This Holiday Season With CureSearch

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At the age of 12, Eloise Gould was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma and her world turned upside down. In an instant, the Gould family became one of the 43 families who received a childhood cancer diagnosis that day.

After a year of intensive treatment, the cancer returned. They were told that she had less than a 2% chance of living. It was shocking to learn that doctors had been delivering that same, bleak outlook to families like theirs for more than 30 years.

The Goulds said goodbye to their precious girl just a few short months later.

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