All stories about corporate partnerships
Central African Republic, Timor-Leste: Employees engaged to drive strategic community investment February 21, 2013
Western Union's new Innovation Awards ask employees to choose which Mercy Corps initiatives to invest in. The first two awards are funding economic development programs in the Central African Republic and Timor-Leste.
Nicaragua: Green Mountain Coffee Roasters committed to fighting hunger in the coffeelands February 19, 2013
Partnering with Mercy Corps and other industry leaders, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters is leading a movement to help coffee farmers grow more, earn more, and build food security in their communities.
Jordan, Syria: Wells under construction in refugee camp October 12, 2012
With funding from UNICEF and Xylem Watermark, Mercy Corps teams are building a water infrastructure for the Zaatari refugee camp in northern Jordan. This new well will be part of a system that brings clean water to the approximately 25,000 Syrian refugees who now call this home.
India: Brewing change for ten years October 2, 2012
In Darjeeling, deep in the foothills of the Himalayas, and in Assam, nourished by a tropical river basin, the world's most favored teas are hand-planted, plucked and processed.
India, Indonesia, Japan, Kenya: Mercy Corps can't do it alone February 27, 2012
It takes a lot to make a difference for people in 41 countries around the world. Mercy Corps can’t do it alone.
‘We Can Be Heroes’ campaign for the Horn of Africa launches in New York City January 23, 2012
Yesterday, entertainment executives and NGO leaders came together at Time Warner Center to bring attention back to the continuing drought and hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa.
Teaming up to change lives May 18, 2011
Our staff work in the world’s toughest places – from Sudan to Syria, and Colombia to the Congo. It’s our job at Portland HQ to support our people on the front lines, from logistics to finance to fundraising. But sometimes, it takes a little help from our friends.
India: One cup at a time December 19, 2002
Corporate scandals may be what make the news, but many corporations are now getting involved with ventures motivated by values. Traditionally, the effort to contribute has been through donations to non-profit organizations or foundations established by the corporations.