The Shortlist: Office Depot, JetBlue, Intuit, and more

Community NewsOffice Depot recently joined the CSR Board community! Their membership will be led by National Director of Community Investments Alex Price. CSR Board Members >>

The Mary Kay Foundation recently awarded over $3 million in cancer research and domestic violence grants around the country to push forward their mission of ending domestic violence. Business Wire >>

United Airlines announced $165,000 in donations to three funds working to provide assistance to communities impacted by California wildfires, reaffirming their commitment to their California communities. 3BL Media >>

Icema Gibbs, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at JetBlue, talked about their recent milestone of hitting one-million hours of caring and why doing good in their local communities is so important to their brand values. CSRwire >>

Stephanie Weinstein was recently brought on as Internal Communications and Corporate Affairs Manager at Novartis. LinkedIn >>

Angela Vasconcellos is now the Senior Marketing Manager of Social Impact at Intuit. LinkedIn >>

Angelica Nikolausson was hired as the Vice President of Sustainability Strategies, IBCM at Credit Suisse. LinkedIn >>

Manulife is looking for a Director of Community Investment and Impact Measurement to develop their impact community investment program and execute and manage the program's activities. (Toronto, ON) Manulife Jobs >>

McKesson needs a Director of Social Impact and Executive Director of the McKesson Foundation to lead the strategy and execution of their charitable giving and employee community engagement programs across the U.S. and Canada. (Dallas, TX) McKesson Jobs >>

Hasbro is hiring a Senior Director of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability to lead their CSR, sustainability, and EHS strategies and programs. (Providence, RI) Hasbro Jobs >>

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