Revitalizing a City’s Economy Through Sustainable Business and Tax Rebates
In Newark, NJ, the Forward Ever Sustainable Business Alliance is hoping that economic vitality will be on the minds of households across the city, creating opportunities for businesses and customers alike.
The Significance of History
Because of Raleigh City Cemeteries Preservation’s partnerships and staff, citizens are well-educated on the significance of these historical sites and are able to get involved and take part in preserving Raleigh cemeteries.
Budding Beyond Member Benefit
The Minnesota Horticultural Society has made a clear goal of balancing the member benefits while also moving beyond into assisting their community. Because like plants, nonprofit organizations need the right support to take root and grow.
Activating the Private Sector for our Planet
1% for the Planet believes that creating a way for businesses and individuals to make a commitment to support environmental nonprofits meaningfully shifts civil society to a place of collective and lasting good.
Health underwriters raise $8,000 for Make-A-Wish
Triad Assoc. of Health Underwriters raised $8,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation during charity golf tournament held May 14.
Lorillard supports Civil Rights Center
A $1 million donation from the tobacco company benefits Greensboro’s International Civil Rights Center and Museum, to be housed at the former Woolworth Building, site of the 1960 sit-ins.
Thrivent Financial announces flood relief goal
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans announced goal to raise $1.5M for Midwest flood relief.
Dorel Juvenile Group donates $40,000 to Midwest flood efforts
Dorel Juvenile Group, Columbus, Ind., and Cosco Home and Office Products to make $40,000 donation to Midwest flood-relief efforts.
Armed Forces Foundation raises $17,000 for wounded soldiers
Armed Forces Foundation and Blue Knights of Maryland motorcycle club raised over $17,000 for wounded service personnel during Purple Heart Ride.
Fujitsu gives $13 million to hospice
Fujitsu will award a total of $13 million in products to U.S. hospice agencies as part of a $30 million technology grant program.
The software company will distribute computers, servers, video conferencing equipment and security technologies to 15 hospice providers as well as the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, which will receive $800,000 in equipment and support services.
The gifts also include state-of-the-art equipment that will enable the recipients to set higher standards of care for the nation’s growing elderly population.