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Women’s Aid have been working in partnership with The Body Shop since 2004, as part of their long-running ‘Stop Violence in the Home’ Campaign. The Campaign aims to raise funds to develop projects that tackle the problem of domestic violence, and promote awareness of the issue amongst Body Shop...
On National Pancake Day, IHOP restaurants across Oklahoma have been providing a free short stack of pancakes to customers in return for donations to raise money in support of the international non-profit organization, Feed The Children.
Carlson Hotels partners with Childhood to prevent the exploitation of children in the tourism industry
Carlson Hotels Worldwide raised more than $300,000 in 2008 to help end exploitation of children and young women around the world.
Since 1998, Sara Lee Switzerland has been sponsoring Terre des hommes (Tdh) annual event, "Street Child for a Day", through the provision of shoeshine sets.
Pharmacieplus is a network of 88 independent drugstores in Switzerland that has been engaged in a partnership with Terre des hommes (Tdh), a Swiss children’s aid NGO, since 2005.
In partnership with Age Concern Berkshire, BT and the John Madejski Academy, Thames Water has helped set up a Reading Silver Surfers Club.
Thames Water has provided funds to enable Age Concern, a UK-based non-governmental organization, to produce an informational booklet to raise awareness of distraction burglary among vulnerable members of the community.
PwC supports minority children education project in collaboration with Save the Children and local government
The PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) team provided support to the Yunnan Minority Basic Education Project (YMBEP), which was formed through a collaboration between Save the Children International and the local government.
In 2006, Gap Inc. partnered with "The Door", a New-York City non-profit, to launch a joint job training and internship program for under-served youth. Since then, more than 1,000 youth have participated in the training and it has expanded to additional cities in the U.S.
The City Government of Bendigo and Righteous Pups Australia partner to improve quality of life for the elderly and disabled
As part of a joint venture between Righteous Pups Australia and City of Greater Bendigo, a portion of every new dog registration will be donated to the local NGO.