Receive RSS updates from the blog or newsroom.
October 1, 2015
Europe is as unique culturally as it is geographically, and the makeup of FedEx team members in Europe is no different. Alongside that diversity comes a common respect for cultural differences, as well as a desire to collaborate in the communities where we live and work. Not far away from us, hardship is a way
May 21, 2014
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.
November 5, 2012
As a proud member of the FedEx family for the last 29 years, I’ve had many opportunities to see how FedEx unhesitatingly answers the call anytime disaster strikes. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, I’ve been afforded a front row seat in the midst of the action, and I’m happy to tell you that this time is no different than any other.
October 10, 2011
In the course of one’s life, every human being is dependent on the aid of others on hundreds of thousands of occasions, whether during the tender age of children, because of physical or mental incapacity, or simply because individual circumstances necessitate assistance. In most cases, these people receive the required help: parents lovingly care for their children, the husband or wife is close by when needed and even the states plays its part as helper.
August 22, 2011
In response to the famine in Somalia, yesterday FedEx & UNICEF delivered 91 metric tons of Food Aid to Nairobi via a Boeing 777F.A second shipment is scheduled to follow utilizing another 777F.- Learn more about UNICEF or the FedEx shipment -
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
August 27, 2009
On August 4, 2009, Louisville, Ky., posted new records for the city, but not ones anyone was striving to achieve. On that day, the city and surrounding areas were drenched with record-setting rain fall, flooding homes, cars and public buildings.Without an ark to rescue them, more than 500 dogs, cats and other animals at Metro Animal Services, were evacuated to drier grounds of the Kentucky Fair and Exposition. Sadly, 11 animals died when the facility was flooded.