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Disney And Usaa Offer ?veterans Institute? Workshop In san Antonio To Encourage Hiring Of Military Veterans - Yahoo Finance

Disney introduced the program in March 2012 with a commitment to hire at least 1,000 veterans by 2015. Having exceeded that goal in the first year alone, with 1,300 veterans hired, the company announced in March 2013 that it would create opportunities for another 1,000 former service members over the next two years. To date, Disney has hired more than 3,800 veterans through Heroes Work Here. Disneys Heroes Work Here initiative also features a public awareness campaign to encourage employers across the U.S. to hire former military service members. The campaign includes the free Veterans Institute workshops, as well as public service announcements highlighting the skills and experience of veterans who work at Disney. The PSAs direct viewers to the White Houses Joining Forces initiative ( www.joiningforces.gov ) and have aired across Disneys media properties including ESPN, ABC and ABC Family, making more than 500 million impressions. The third component of Disneys Heroes Work Here initiative is philanthropy. Disneys philanthropic support of veteran and military organizations has exceeded $1 million since the launch of Heroes Work Here, and through the Disney VoluntEARS program, employees have engaged in several service projects with veterans organizations in communities around the country. About USAA USAA provides insurance, banking, investments, retirement products and advice to 10.4 million current and former members of the U.S.
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At-Home Professional Making Differences Around the World | TheLedger.com

Just this past April, Keen-Hadman and her team ventured to the Dominican Republic, where they painted six schools, weeded, assembled playground equipment and delivered school supplies. Spanish-speaking members of her team also read to the children. "BeautiControl has a foundation that partners with the Make-a-Wish Foundation. One little girl got her wish from us to go to Disney, and they asked her what she liked about it the most and she said that she liked the fact that there were no needles there," she said. "I cried." Keen-Hadman said that she and her team have worked with BeautiControl and the company's efforts to support the Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery; this year they will provide reconstructive surgery for five women who are battling breast cancer. They have also partnered again with Women Helping Others, which has given more than $6 million to women and children in need. According to Keen-Hadman, at least 250,000 are from Florida. "I've always worked with philanthropic projects, even when I was a single mother, and I taught my kids that, too. I'm most proud of my 10 year old granddaughter who has started her own giving program called, Barefoot No More. She has collected 400 pairs of shoes and they are given to kids right here in Polk County," she said. The WAY Center in Haines City is one of the places where those shoes are distributed, and Keen-Hadman has her fingerprints there too.
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