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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.

E.g., Dec 16, 2018
E.g., Dec 16, 2018

SECOND HARVEST DROP OFF

Oct 4, 2018

Here at HCO 5520, we gathered up 6 boxes (300 totes) leftover from Conventions throughout the summer. I spoke to a represented at Second Harvest, where I was volunteering, and told them we were able to collect unbranded totes left over from a few conventions. They are super excited to get them! They have a local store in the back of the warehouse, where customers will come buy fresh baked goods as well get food donations. These will come in very handy for people to carry their items home. We are excited to contribute to their organization.

D51 - Life Remodel Project

Oct 1, 2018

FedEx Office, Paul Decker, District Manager 51, and his Red Shirt leaders Sue Burton and Mat Roll took their team of managers and joined up with Life Remodel Project 2018 - An Event to help clean residential streets in local their community of Detroit, Michigan. Despite the wet and cold weather their group was able to clear an alley that was lined with debris, trees and bushes that made unsafe blind spots for families and their children playing nearby that occupy the housing units. This was a project they were excited to take part in and assisting Life Remodel change lives.

District 51 - Life Remodeled

Oct 1, 2018

District 51 - Paul Decker (DM), Red Shirt Leaders - Sue Burton and Mat Roll along with FedEx Office D51 Managers stepped in to assist Life Remodeled with city cleanup. Despite the day of pouring rain and cold temperatures they stuck it out to clean a shrub/tree and debris lined alleyway that was sided to a family housing unit causing unsafe factors for the families residing there.

2018 Clays for Kids Sporting Clays Shoot

Sep 28, 2018

On Friday 9/28/18, I did the score keeping for the 2018 Clays for Kids Sporting Clays Shoot benefiting the Ronald McDonald House. This event took place at the Memphis Sports Shooting Association (MSSA) Gun Club in Arlington, TN. I was there from 7:30am until 7:12pm doing the score keeping and working the event. There were 60 teams of 4 shooters for a total of 240 shooters. Each team donated $1,000 to the Ronald McDonald House. There was also a tent for auction items and raffles. Each of the awards had a clay target on them that was painted by the kids at the Ronald McDonald House.

The Salish Sea Resident Orcas need our help!

Sep 28, 2018

On Friday, September 28th, 2018 Ops Coordinator, Holly Marchuk, hosted a talk about an issue she is passionate about – protecting the Southern Resident Orca Whales, who live off British Columbia and Washington State, from possible extinction. She prepared two poster boards with pictures and information that explain the issue, it’s urgency and what you can do to help. Websites and petition links were made available to anyone interested.