2012 Top Places to Work in PR: MWW


MWW 

Volunteering is part of MWW’s ethos. MWW created Matter More Day to give all employees the opportunity to volunteer for their favorite non-profit organization. On this day all offices close for one day of company-wide volunteering. 

Each year, the MWW Citizen of the Year Award is presented at the end of each year to one employee who has made an outstanding contribution to improving his or her community. The award includes a sizable donation made in his or her name to the charity of their choice. 

MWW programs include: Tools for School (MWW offices collect supplies for distribution to low-income and foster children); Neighbor to Neighbor (MWW kicks off the holiday season by helping food banks in its communities to obtain, prepare and distribute Thanksgiving meals for families in need); Letters to Santa (MWW makes wishes come true for hundreds of children in the communities in it works).

In 2011, MWW created the MWW CSR Committee with representation from each office dedicated to finding and implementing new ways that MWW can make a difference and give back to its communities. Through a six-year partnership with Carbonfund.org, MWW has eliminated four years worth of carbon emissions and is helping clients cut their own energy use.  

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