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Volunteerism: The Core of FedEx Cares

90,500 hours

volunteered by FedEx Team Members during the fall FedEx Cares campaign

Giving back is part of the FedEx culture. Team members support our charitable investments and local community needs by dedicating their time where they live and work around the world. Volunteerism is more than a one-time event or delivery.

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Volunteerism & Purple Totes

Our goal is to donate ~$500K in goods to non-profits in need.

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FedEx Keeps Indianapolis Beautiful

Apr 24, 2017

Employees of FedEx Ground, Smart Post, Express, Freight, Office, and Services were proud to team up with the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful. For the 8th Annual FedEx Cares day event celebrating Arbor Day, 93 employees volunteered to plant 77 trees in the Pleasant Run Watershed. This project will improve water quality and increase habitat for native plants and wildlife, creating a beautiful, healthy asset to revitalize the city. It will also help reconnect neighbors to their waterways.

FedEx Cares Seattle Spring Project

Apr 13, 2017

Teaming Up in South Park

On a blustery spring day, team members in the Seattle market gathered for a FedEx Cares project in support of the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/Technical Advisory Group. They performed general trail maintenance such as clipping blackberry bushes, pulling invasive weeds and removing litter from the 8th Avenue Trail in the South Park neighborhood. This urban trail is a vital connector providing elementary school students access to their local library.

FedEx volunteers build garden, outdoor learning area at Memphis school

Apr 13, 2017

More than 100 volunteers spent time building a community garden and outdoor learning area at Kingsbury elementary and high school in Memphis on Monday, April 10th.

Volunteers from FedEx, Kingsbury's garden club and Wolf River Conservancy got to complete the projects at the two schools. They built limestone parkways, bird and bat houses, a compost bin, and much more.

The project is part of a grant program sponsored by FedEx and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation designed to protect and restore plants, fish, wildlife, and habitats across the country.

March-Next Step Shelter

Mar 19, 2017

FedEx Ground Honolulu Monthly Community Service Event at The Next Step Shelter. Provided breakfast for over 200 homeless men and women.

Business Center Manager-Tim Walsh

Mar 18, 2017

District 57 joined the WalkMS event for the National MS Society in Tampa Bay!