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2017 Global Citizenship Report

Explore our citizenship goals and progress. Hear from the people who deliver it forward every day.

Access Magazine

The Access platform, now in its 10th year, explores the latest ideas defining global connectivity — and the opportunities those ideas bring to businesses and communities.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center

“A Unified Front: Business Partnerships for Effective Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery,” comprised of case studies from the business community. This section highlights the story of the FedEx response after the Nepal earthquake in 2015.



St. Jude Patient Soars with FedEx Purple Eagle Program

Jun 9, 2016

It’s typically no big deal to see your name in print…unless it’s on a plane.

13-year-old Alyssa de Jong grinned ear to ear when she saw the FedEx St. Jude Classic golf flag removed from the FedEx Cessna Caravan, revealing her name below the iconic St. Jude logo.

FedEx Express joined St. Jude Children’s

FedEx Ramp Manager Shares Her Journey from Homelessness to Hope

Jun 6, 2016

On any given night, more than 500,000 Americans find themselves homeless. Many people take for granted having enough to eat, a place to stay and adequate clothing to wear. It isn’t until you are without these things that you can begin to understand the pain that comes with it.

Ametruis Knox, a FedEx Express ramp manager who has been with the company for nearly 20 years, can relate to the hardships of homelessness. She was once homeless growing up in Philadelphia.

“Mom, you are going to be bald”

May 2, 2016

From the time she was nine years old, Tatiana Ewing participated in dance competitions. Now, as a single mom of four children, she choreographs dances to teach her children.

Tatiana, or Tati, as her friends call her, is a FedEx Ground operations coordinator and a single mom of four. She devotes all of her time to being a positive role model for her children. This is one of the reasons why she decided to participate in “One Mission Buzz Off” and volunteer to shave her head in support of pediatric cancer patients.

“Mom you are going to be bald,” exclaimed her seven-year-old son, John. Tati explained that it would help raise awareness and money for the families who need it.

Not many women are willing to shave their head like Tati. Losing their hair would be hard for anyone, but Tati hopes her example will show girls that they can still be fierce without it.

Pilots N Paws Flies to the Rescue for Animals in Need

Apr 27, 2016
FedEx pilot Jeff Kilmer and co-pilot Aubrey Triplett prepare to fly a rescue mission for Pilots N Paws

FedEx pilot Jeff Kilmer and co-pilot Aubrey Triplett prepare to fly a rescue mission for Pilots N Paws

When he’s not working as a 767 captain for FedEx, Jeff Kilmer enjoys flying his Beechcraft Bonanza, an aircraft he shares with three other current and retired FedEx crew members and an Air Force pilot.

Kilmer likes to get the Bonanza in the air whenever he can, but he prefers it to be for something other than a $100 hamburger.

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and FedEx Team Up to Protect the Environment

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and FedEx Team Up to Protect the Environment

Apr 18, 2016

MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 18, 2016 — FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) is teaming up with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to protect and restore plants, fish, wildlife and habitats in communities across the nation for the seventh consecutive year.  More than 500 FedEx team members across 16 cities will participate with local nonprofits this spring to address pressing urban environmental challenges.

“Our collaboration with NFWF is a shining example of FedEx Cares in action,” said Jenny Robertson, director of Citizenship and Reputation Management at FedEx.  “A significant portion of our operations, people and facilities are based in metropolitan centers, and our team members have always valued helping to create positive change and making their hometowns cleaner, healthier and more sustainable.”