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June 5, 2014

Cousins Unite Against Cancer

Remco de Jong and Sean West are brothers-in-law and FedEx employees who have a strong relationship with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – both have children who have undergone treatment for cancer there and both run as St. Jude Heroes on Team FedEx, raising money for cancer research. Meet their children, Alyssa de Jong and Tyler West, cousins and St. Jude patients who hope to help cancer patients in the future.Meet Alyssa:

June 4, 2014

Allie’s Air Dance

Allie Allen is a competitor—on her high school dance team and in life. Just ask her parents Eric and Debbie Allen.  For several years, Allie’s mom and dad have been lead volunteers for the Little Loopers program for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

May 22, 2014

Infographic: We’ve Offset Over 300 Million FedEx Envelope Shipments Since 2012

We've offset over 300 million FedEx envelope shipments since 2012. Hover over the hotspots below for a more interactive experience:

May 21, 2014

It IS About Logistics: How FedEx Integrates Community Engagement into its Core Operations

The following is a guest post by Jackie Norris, Executive Director and Yvonne Siu Turner, Senior Manager, Corporate Resources and Programs, Points of Light Corporate Institute. It first appeared on the CSRwire Blog.

April 25, 2014

FedEx Innovation Challenge | FIRST Robotics

Congratulations to the winning teams! We loved all of the amazing entries that you guys submitted!FRC Team #1305: Near North Student Robotics Initiative (Ice Cubed)

March 10, 2014

The Women Pilots of FedEx: The Sky Should Never Be the Limit

Circling the globe, transporting cargo as precious as a human heart, as adorable as a pair of pandas or as irreplaceable as Catherine the Great’s favorite jewel encrusted icon, the women pilots of FedEx are quite accustomed to moving rarities from one place to another. It’s the business they’re in, and they love it. At the same time, there is one thing they wish were a bit less special about their job - being a woman in a pilot’s uniform.