Edelman was proud to join the #GivingTuesday celebration with participation from 12 of our global offices.
Ninety percent of the surveyed unemployed veterans are still searching for work and 67 percent agree that employers don’t understand how military skills can be applied to the workplace.
More Global Citizenship Posts
As we have learned through our global citizenship program, corporate social responsibility is a slow and steady — but ultimately rewarding — journey within an ever-evolving landscape.
The Community Investment Grant program offers a window in to the societal issues that our colleagues care about. In 2014, we saw that animal welfare was an important issue to our colleagues in India.
Community Investment Grant winners in Canada focus on empowering their communities through opportunities that foster learning and development in unique ways.
Four days, 1,166 hours, 300 volunteers, 12 local organizations. This was the result of Edelman Chicago’s first ever Week of Service.
Of the 25 Community Investment Grants awarded to employees in our Chicago office, 13 focused on strengthening and supporting the local community.
Serving in the military gave me life experiences that inhabit my work ethic. I’m no longer a Marine, but I still employ the experience and training I gained then in what we military folk call “the Civilian world.”
Nearly 10 years ago, I was introduced to St. Vincent DePaul Center by a dear friend and became immediately enamored with its mission to provide day care for the working poor.
To celebrate Earth Day, staff were encouraged to participate in green activities, from National Bike To Work Day to the annual Community Garden program.
As part of our FY14 pro bono community initiative, our Atlanta office is providing professional and volunteer services to the Atlanta BeltLine – a 22-mile loop connecting 45 different neighborhoods.
Looking to reemphasize their culture of giving, Edelman Italy began supporting the non-profit organization Agenda S.Egidio.