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March 16, 2012
Many folks don't know that FedEx ships zoo animals and livestock as part of our normal business. The staff that run our FedEx Animal Desk work the logistics on a daily basis. It seems like Lydia Petropoulus and Carolyn Frisch know more about how to do this right than anyone in the business. On the charitable shipping side, I work with them on rescue type situations when we feel it is appropriate. We have had a few moves this year with some being more unusual than others.
January 3, 2012
Judy McMillan, from FedEx in Denver, wrote to our department to see if we could help in moving donated Purina pet foods for Freedom Service Dogs. It is within the city of Denver and the shelter did not have the capability of picking up the food, so FedEx came to the rescue. Here is Judy's thank you:
January 3, 2012
A small shipment, but one with a lot of heart surrounding it. We received a request from Mimi Gallagher in Maple Grove, MN asking for FedEx to help ship blankets to an Indian Reservation in Manderson, SD. Her 12 year old daughter, Rose, had seen a special on the extreme poverty. She rallied her friends to make 170 blankets for a special delivery before the Christmas holiday break for the local school childr
February 8, 2010
In terms of core competencies, none is more associated with FedEx than transportation and our ability to provide access to the world's markets. In that light, our capacity to provide lift for disaster relief materials to locations across the world in times of need is a prime area where FedEx expertise is best leveraged. Such a delivery was for Direct Relief International with a flight on Feb.
November 13, 2009
I wanted to share this special story about FedEx helping service dogs in Afghanistan. The Humane Society of the United States featured the story on its website and has kindly allowed me to share it with you all here on the FedEx Citizenship blog. Keeping Dogs CoolHSUS, HSI help Army working dogs in Afghanistan