Huggies will donate up to US$50K to non-profit Hand to Hold as part of its HelpingHugs campaign

Huggies and Meijer are partnering to support NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) families, in honour of NICU Awareness Month in September through Hand to Hold, a national nonprofit organisation that provides personalised care to NICU parents.

For every pack of the diaper brand’s Little Snugglers or Little Movers diapers purchased through 11 September 2021, in-store or at Meijer.com, Huggies will donate US$1/£0.73 to Hand to Hold, up to US$50K/£36.5K total.

“Huggies is dedicated to helping families navigate the unknowns of babyhood, which can sometimes include the NICU,” said Sarah Inbau, Huggies North America Brand Manager and NICU parent. “We’re proud to be a national sponsor of Hand to Hold, and we’re honoured to have Meijer help support NICU families across the country and raise awareness of resources available for NICU families through … Read more

Now that Slack is part of the Salesforce family, combining the #1 CRM and the trailblazing digital platform, here’s how together we’re creating the digital headquarters for a success-from-anywhere world across the education, nonprofit, and philanthropic sectors.

Slack officially joined the Salesforce family, combining the #1 CRM and the trailblazing digital platform for the ultimate work-from-anywhere world.

Increase Collaboration and Engagement for Students, Faculty, and Staff

Education institutions across the globe are using Slack to enhance engagement and collaboration. Arizona State University (ASU), for instance, needed an easier way for its students, faculty, and staff to communicate, share lesson plans, and gather feedback. ASU found that a significant population of its community were already using Slack, making it an ideal choice for a new collaboration tool.

ASU became the first university to adopt Slack campus-wide, launching it across five campuses and more than 200,000 users, including students, faculty, and administrators. … Read more

Sometimes, finances in your 20s can feel a bit like whack-a-mole. There are so many things that need to be done all at once. You want to save for the future, but where should you focus your efforts? You may be wondering whether you should prioritize your pension or property investment in your 20s. 

Here, I take a look at the pros and cons of both starting your pension early and saving for or buying a property in your 20s. Spoiler alert: I’m a bit of a pensions nerd, and I think that it’s well worth starting a pension alongside saving for or buying a property.

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Pros of starting a pension in your 20s

  1. Starting a pension is easy. Most employers have company schemes and will match your contributions. You don’t have to pay in loads at once and stakeholder pension schemes accept payments of as little as £20
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The time of life when Yik Yak was in it’s prime feels like a fever dream. College campuses used this app like it was Gossip Girl. You could find out about social gatherings, tips on people in your community, gossip … It was a completely unregulated anonymous Twitter. Which ended up being as chaotic as it sounds.  

The Haps

Yik Yak was a community based social media app, but it was 100% anonymous. You could post to your communities (mainly college campuses) anonymously to find things like parties, or a blacklist of your classmates. Posts were visible in a 5 mile radius of the poster. During the peak of its popularity in 2014, the company was valued at around $400 million. 

“We’re bringing Yik Yak back because we believe the global community deserves a place to be authentic, a place to be equal, and a place to connect with people … Read more

Guinness Cameroun drives to do more and build support for its national women’s team

Across its African markets, Guinness has a special partnership with football. It is a trusted sponsor and participant in the ‘beautiful game’, supporting the teams, games, referees and fans which bring it to life.

This partnership has taken many guises over the years, most recently with the dynamic Guinness Night Football 5- Aside international African tournament which saw teams from Kenya, Cameroun, Ghana, Nigeria and elsewhere compete in evening matches brought to life in colour in a new nighttime setting. It has also seen Guinness support female football and those characters both playing and refereeing matches in Kenya and Cameroun.

In Cameroun, Guinness is a supporter of the ‘lionesses’ the national women’s team, seeing them go from strength to strength in recent years. This has driven a desire to do more and build the support needed … Read more