Diago’s strategic investments—$40 million in community activities—and interest in developing five pillars of corporate citizenship in its Latin American and Caribbean regions helped strengthen the company’s bonds with businesses and communities.
During the Copenhagen climate conference, Cone partnered with Timberland for an extensive outreach campaign that garnered major media placements and elevated the brand’s environmental reputation.
Winner: Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC – Business Builds Community, Community Builds Business Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC makes community stewardship, advocacy and philanthropy a key firm philosophy, mission and integral business practice. …
EMD Soreno’s Renee Connolly lead a new company policy granting employees two days per year to provide community service, enabling workers to participate in several local community initiatives across the country and
more than double their volunteer hours in 2010.
Honeywell Hometown Solutions and Weber Shandwick earned worldwide coverage of Honeywell’s rebuilding project for a local public school in Haiti following the catastrophic 2010 earthquake.
Winner: Caffeine Communications/Warshafsky Law Firm – Don’t Risk It Caffeine Communications was charged with driving the public’s awareness of personal injury law firm Warshafsky. Research conducted by Caffeine showed the need for a program that …
In 2010, Pizza Hut’s Leslie Brunt helped the organization secure a partnership with prominent actor and children’s author John Lithgow that led to the donation of more than 50,000 meals to Haiti Relief.
Lockheed Martin’s Go Green Campaign covered a wide range of environmental initiatives, from reducing the company’s impact in water usage, landfill waste and energy usage to to creating 150 Green Zones, including one in Afghanistan.
After Republicans flexed their muscles in the 2010 midterm elections, it was time for Holland & Knight to flex theirs by putting partner Kathryn Lehman in the media spotlight.
Carmichael Lynch Spong stepped up to the plate during the Minnesota Twins’ 2010 season by donating money and community service hours to match each of the Twins’ 749 runs batted in.