Volunteers at American Hiking Society Create Hiking Trails


Mary Chayka-Crawford, Franklin Wu and Robert Muise, all members of the American Hiking Society, participated in a volunteer vacation at Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge.

During their volunteering hours, they spent building hiking trails for for the From Crosswalks to Boardwalks Project. According to the three volunteers, volunteering is a way for them to give back, or as a form of community service. American Hiking Society is a nonprofit that promotes hiking activities as part of their efforts to protect foot trails.


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Federal Programs Related to - Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking, General/Other

Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to promote the practice of charitable giving and volunteering or to represent and serve a wide range of philanthropic and charitable institutions.




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Covalence EthicalQuote Shares Data on 2013 Most Noteworthy Green Companies


Covalence EthicalQuote Shares Data on 2013 Most Noteworthy Green Companies

Covalence EthicalQuote, based in Geneva, Switzerland, aggregates numerous online articles. By using an international analytic team, it ranks the article coverage according to criteria based on the Global Reporting Initiative: water management, pollution, biodiversity, product safety, emissions and waste management.




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