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Devastated by Hurricane Katrina more than a decade ago, much of the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans still hasn’t recovered. On many blocks, empty lots and abandoned houses seem to outnumber residents. If you’re a kid looking for a safe place to play in this community, there are few options.
[Editor’s Note: President and CEO of the Chicago Urban League, Shari Runner, spoke at our Business-led Solutions to Revitalize Chicago Communities forum in Ch
[Editor's Note: The Wonderful Company was awarded Best Community Improvement Program award at our 2016 Corporate Citizenship Awards.
On April 22, Comcast NBCUniversal employees across the country volunteered hundreds of hours for the 16th Comcast Cares Day.
Please join thought leaders from business, nonprofit, public, and academic sectors to work together on actionable solutions to create a brighter future for Chicago.
At Endurance International Group, a global tech solutions company, we recently decided to focus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as an organization.
In just a few short weeks, more than 100,000 Comcast NBCUniversal volunteers will gather to help improve communities around the world on Comcast Cares Day, arguably our company’s strongest, most vibrant tradition. A year ago, I spent my very first Comcast Cares Day working side-by-side with my c
We recently connected with JJ Ramberg, co-founder of Goodshop -- an 11 year old company based in San Francisco. Goodshop has been featured extensively by the press including the New York Times, Good Morning America, Fortune, Forbes, the WSJ, Oprah Magazine, and more.
[Editor’s Note: PIMCO Foundation supports nonprofit Figure Skating in Harlem's (FSIH) efforts to empower young girls in underserved communities. On March 15, FSIH founder and CEO Sharon Cohen will be a guest speaker