Posted: May 13, 2015 – 06:00 AM EST
Earlier this week, two FedEx charter flights delivered 178,000 pounds of relief supplies to the people of Nepal. Aid on those flights included water treatment systems, water chlorinators and storage tanks designed to serve 430,000 people a day, three daily meals for almost 1,700 people for a month and maternity/infant supplies for 5,000 expectant mothers.
The following interview with Paul Tronsor, managing director for FedEx Express global operations control (GOC), describes how FedEx, along with global aid organizations, managed through the shifting landscape to get the right supplies to the right place, at the right time.
Posted: Aug 21, 2013 – 10:15 AM EST
In the aftermath of a natural disaster, it’s not a question of if companies should contribute support, but how and to what extent. Cone's Whitney Dailey examines what the research says.
Posted: Jan 09, 2013 – 09:58 AM EST
Public perception matters – even in China. Anke Schrader continues a Talkback series on corporate philanthropy in China.
Posted: Sep 27, 2012 – 08:47 AM EST
Mobile games could transform cause marketing. Sarah Coles tells the story on Talkback.