10 partnerships are honored for their efforts to promote community wellness.
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U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Corporate Citizenship Center hosts first Health Means Business National Summit.
Ten Cross-Sector Partnerships Recognized for Community Health Initiatives
Institute for CSR Alumni Reflections: Interview with David Figliuzzi
Why did you choose to participate in the Institute for CSR and what year did you graduate?
I chose the program based on the strength of the program’s course of study. I graduated in 2016.
Institute for CSR Alumni Reflections: Interview with Kelly Waldron
Why did you choose to participate in the Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility and what year did you graduate?
Whether in rural New Mexico or downtown Chicago, patients across the country have limited access to care for common, complex conditions.
Achieving gender equality is essential as a matter of justice and human rights — and it also unleashes a range of positive economic and development outcomes.
Being a Leader in this area means doing what we can to tackle some of the world’s most pressing sustainability issues, and water management – specifically, the global water shortage – is a critical concern and one that cuts across the sectors in which we operate.
When Adelaida Lopez visits her neighbors, it’s more than a social call.