FedEx Blog

FedEx Blog

Service Posts

March 11, 2015

Not lei-ing down on the job

All-night scramble brings special flowers just in time for historic tribute.

More
May 6, 2014

FedEx Impact Feeds the Need

The following is a guest post from Paula Rushing, the Volunteer Coordinator at the Mid-South Food Bank.

More
October 21, 2013

Introducing Predictability with FedEx One Rate

Let’s face it – we could all use a little more predictability in our lives. Between work and home, most of us are operating on constant overload and don’t always have time to worry about the details. That’s why FedEx One Rate pricing is a great solution for the busy holidays and beyond – it takes many of the questions and hassles out of shipping.

More
January 20, 2012

“What are you doing for others?” – Volunteering and MLK Day

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his dedication to community and service, I am here today with 35 volunteers at Food & Friends, Washington, D.C., preparing, packing and helping to delivery 3,000 meals. Foods & Friends, an organization based in Northeast DC provides specialized, nutritious meals, groceries and nutrition counseling to people living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life-challenging illnesses in the metro area.  

More
December 29, 2011

Pedaling Toward Hope

For the fourth year in a row, I put on my biking shoes and pedaled from Miami to Key West Florida.  The beautiful weather and sandy beaches will not deter or distract me from reaching my goal.    

More
December 12, 2011

VIDEO: Trees for Troops and FedEx Delivering Holiday Smiles

During our busiest time of the year, we’re not too busy  to show our appreciation to the military men and women who serve our country. As part of Trees for Troops, over 17,000 live trees donated by tree growers around the country through the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation are being delivered. Destinations include more than 60 military bases throughout  the U.S. and installations in Kuwait, Spain, and Bahrain.   Jason Case, a Senior Security Specialist in Columbus, Ohio is one of many FedEx employees who make this program possible by helping at distribution sites.

More
September 27, 2011

You Down With P-S-P? Yeah You Know Me! (Applying FedEx Principles in the Age of Access)

This is from a keynote address given at the Memphis PartnershipsInAction Dinner benefitting the Aga Khan Foundation, U.S.A. at the historic Peabody Hotel in downtown Memphis:The saying “may you live in interesting times” is said to be a Chinese curse, though its actual origin is still in dispute.  Regardless, we are certainly living in interesting times. We live in an age fueled by access, both virtual and physical, and it is changing our world in profound ways. 

More