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Four nonprofits will be able to offer assistance to area residents and businesses with St. Louis–based Monsanto’s support.
John D. Kemp President and CEO The Viscardi Center John D. Kemp is the President & CEO of The Viscardi Center, a network of non-profit organizations that provides a lifespan of services that educate, employ and empower children and adults with disabilities, based in Albertson, NY. He is widely respected for his many achievements, both …
A recent academic study makes the business case for diversity in a new way: It links having a diverse workforce to increased corporate philanthropy.
A recent college graduate discusses how philanthropy in the form of scholarships helped her finish her degree.
KeyBank Foundation Awards $1.25 Million to Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Cleveland State University for ‘STEM’ Classrooms on Cleveland State Campus
KeyBank Foundation has awarded a $1.25 million grant that will enable the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Cleveland State University to partner in creating a STEM school for 11th and 12th grade students on the CSU campus, officials from KeyBank Foundation, the school district and the university announced today.
Merck & Co. has stopped donations to the Boy Scouts because of the organization’s ban on gay scout leaders and members.
Sharlene Kemp has an unparalleled enthusiasm for helping at-risk youth of Essex County, by volunteering over 400 hours a year with East Orange L.L. Sports (EOLLS).
This attorney spent much of her legal career fighting for diversity in that profession. Now she’s championing D&I initiatives for gaming and hospitality giant MGM.
This self-described former ‘performing artist’ has embraced the challenge of helping Wells Fargo educate and connect with underrepresented groups in its communities.
Wells Fargo and Faegre Baker Daniels' significant investments in community outreach help drive the region's thriving job market and diversity.
An event with Ernst & Young served to inspire students from low-income families to become the next generation of accounting professionals.