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Of the more than 1500 U.S.-based corporate impact-makers (socially responsible businesses- CSRs) of all sizes on http://www.IMPACTism.org, rank the top 4 states by the number headquartered there. Is it California, Florida, New York or Texas.

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CSR spotlight: Patriot National, Inc.

The Fort Lauderdale-based Patriot National, Inc. is a national provider of comprehensive technology and outsourcing solutions that help insurance companies and employers mitigate risk, comply with complex regulations and save time and money. The company provides general agency services, technology outsourcing, software solutions, specialty underwriting and policyholder services, claims administration services, self-funded health plans and employment pre-screening services to its insurance carrier clients, employers and other clients.

Patriot National strongly believes in giving back to the community. The company is a global citizen that takes pride in its community. As a breakthrough leader in risk management, it understands the importance of reaching out to improve the world we live in – for today, and tomorrow. In this way, Patriot National is a benchmark for other companies to follow. In 2014, Patriot National was ranked #4 most charitable organization in South Florida by the South Florida Business Journal.

Some of the charities supported by Patriot National include the following:

American Heart Association
The American Heart Association’s mission to build healthier lives free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke parallels Patriot’s mission to live an improved lifestyle. For the past three years, Patriot has been a platinum sponsor of the Broward Heart Ball, an annual celebration benefiting the American Heart Association in Broward County. Steven Mariano, Patriot’s CEO, is an active supporter of the American Heart Association and served as the Chairman of the Broward Heart Ball in 2011 and 2012. The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest, largest voluntary organization devoted to fighting cardiovascular diseases and stroke. To learn more, please visit http://www.heart.org/

Boys and Girls Club of Broward County
Since 1965, it has been the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. As a sponsor, Patriot helps enable the charity to fulfill its primary goal of providing world class club experiences to every child who walks through its doors. Clubs center their programs around three core programming areas: Academic Success, Good Character and Citizenship, and Healthy Lifestyles. Thus, the Boys and Girls Club helps members to graduate from high school with a plan for the future; to develop good character and citizenship by participating in leadership training and volunteering in community service projects; and to engage in sports and other activities that promote living a healthy lifestyle. To learn more, please visit http://www.bgcbc.org/

Florida Philanthropic Network
Florida Philanthropic Network is a statewide association of grantmakers working to strengthen philanthropy through research, education and public policy. Patriot supports and shares Florida Philanthropic Network’s vision for Florida to be successful in modeling and facilitating cooperation and collaboration among all sectors - business, government and nonprofit, to promote the best interest of all Floridians. For more information, please visit http://www.fpnetwork.org/

Museum of Discovery and Science
Patriot is proud to support The Museum of Discovery and Science. The organization’s mission is to provide experiential pathways to lifelong learning in science for children and adults through exhibits, programs and films. The museum brings science to a small children level using interactive exhibits that educate the whole family. Additionally, the Museum of Discovery and Science funds a volunteer program that allows children and adults alike to give back to the community. To learn more, please visit http://www.mods.org/

Nat King Cole Generation Hope, Inc.
Patriot is a proud supporter of Nat King Cole Generation Hope, Inc.’s mission to provide music education to children with the greatest need and fewest resources. The foundation’s vision seeks to ensure that future generations are given the opportunity to learn and experience the joy of music. For more information please visit http://natkingcolegenhope.org/

Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale
Patriot is proud to call Fort Lauderdale home to our corporate headquarters and to support Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale with its mission in building a vibrant downtown community. Riverwalk Fort Lauderdale’s mission is to be the catalyst in building and nurturing Riverwalk as a vivacious community connected by the New River. As a great community supporter, Patriot most recently donated ten new exercise stations to encourage a healthy lifestyle to the public, which can be read about in this publication. Our vision is to connect all of downtown Fort Lauderdale to promote exercise and socialization. For more information, please visit http://www.goriverwalk.com/

Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation
The mission of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation is to honor the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who laid down his life to save others on September 11, 2001. By raising proceeds from races, the foundation is able to help build Smart Homes for triple and quadruple amputees from post 9/11 conflicts. The Foundation honors our military and first responders who continue to make the supreme sacrifice of life and limb for our country. For the past three years, Patriot has been responsible for leading one of the most successful runs in the country. For more information, please visit http://tunnel2towers.org/

Tomorrow's Rainbow
Patriot is proud to sponsor Tomorrow’s Rainbow and its endeavor to provide opportunities for children grieving over the loss of a loved one by relying on miniature horses and other small farm animals to facilitate a child's grief journey. By incorporating miniature horse interactions with therapeutic play areas and facilitated peer support, children are given the tools necessary to take their own personal grief journey in a way that is meaningful to them. Tomorrow's Rainbow is a safe place where children feel, often for the first time, understood. For more information, please visit http://www.tomorrowsrainbow.org/

Attracting over a million attendees, Winterfest, Inc. is a non-profit organization responsible for administering the 7th largest live spectator event in the country and the largest in Florida. Winterfest’s purpose is to provide unique, creative and wholesome holiday entertainment for the residents and visitors of the Greater Fort Lauderdale area, and contribute to the aesthetic, cultural, economic and tourist development of the area. The Winterfest Celebration has been embracing the dual goals of providing a means for the community to come together and enjoy spectacular and unique events as well as attract positive national attention to the Greater Fort Lauderdale area as a tourist destination and as a great place to live and work for the past 42 years. As a corporation located in Fort Lauderdale, Patriot is proud to sponsor Winterfest and to participate in its celebration. To learn more, please visit http://www.winterfestparade.com/

Women In Distress
Women In Distress of Broward County, Inc. is the only nationally accredited, state-certified, full service domestic violence center serving Broward County. Patriot supports the organization’s mission on a multi-year commitment to stop domestic violence abuse for everyone through intervention, education and advocacy. They offer 24-hour crisis intervention through a 24-hour crisis hotline and emergency shelter, as well as counseling and support for victims and their children. Women in Distress also provides education and professional trainings on domestic violence and related topics in Broward County schools and in the community. For more information, please visit http://www.womenindistress.org/


IMPACTism Emergency: Help victims of Alberta, CA wildfires

Devastating wild fire in Alberta, Canada threatens homes of 100,000 residents of Fort McMurray.

Here’s how you can help:
Donate to Canadian Red Cross

You can also donate $5 by texting “REDCROSS” to 30333. The Alberta and federal governments have said they’ll match private donations to the Red Cross.

Our prayers are with the first responders and families caught in the wake of the fire.

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Featured CSR Executive Impact-Maker:
Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO, Chobani LLC

As a cause-motivated social entrepreneur hoping to leave our global community a better place, I admire the values and passion of Hamdi Ulukaya, a true American success story.

Hamdi Ulukaya was born in Erzincan, Turkey in 1972 to a semi-nomadic dairy farming Kurdish family. He pursued an opportunity to get a higher education at Ankara University, and later in New York at Adelphi University and SUNY Albany. His entrepreneurial opportunity came when he purchased a Kraft yogurt factory, and helped found Chobani in 2005.

That is just the beginning of Ulukaya’s impact-maker story. He started Chobani, a yogurt manufacturer of greek-style yogurts, offering career opportunities for immigrants like himself, and creating the Chobani Foundation giving 10% of company profits to charity. Ulukaya has supported community projects in New York and Idaho, and has supported and helped establish other entrepreneurs.

As an eyewitness to the massive global refugee problem emanating from the Syrian and Iraqi conflicts where the lives of his fellow Kurds along with Christian and Moslem neighbors have been devastated, Ulukaya pledged to donate $2 million to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. His intention was to provide immediate relief for those being persecuted in Iraq and Syria and to explore philanthropic avenues for helping refugees around the world. Last May,Ulukaya announced that he will donate a majority of his wealth to help refugees around the world under the auspices of The Giving Pledge, started by Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. The Giving Pledge encourages billionaires to donate at least half of their wealth, either during their lifetimes or in their wills.

Ulukaya’s shared generosity as an impact-maker does not forget those who are closest to him and have helped his thriving enterprise. He has pledged to share 10% of the company’s equity estimated to be worth several billion dollars with employees when the company goes public or is sold.

I feel a close connection to Hamdi Ulukaya. Like Hamdi, I was born in Istanbul, Turkey. My family settled in New York hoping to give their only child a better opportunity in life. After many years working for organizations committed to making a difference for people and society, I founded IMPACTism as a way to recognize Impact-Makers like Hamdi Ulukaya as a role model for a generation that is committed to making a positive societal change.

Kudos to Hamdi Ulukaya. May he be blessed for long life and success in his journey to help create a better world for all of us.

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CSR spotlight: Lowndes Drosdick Doster Kantor & Reed, P.A.

Who says a law firm can't be a socially responsible company?

The Orlando-based multi-practice business law firm represents real estate, corporate, entrepreneurial and individual clients locally, nationally and globally. Its individual attorneys and staff enthusiastically commit financial support and volunteer hours to charitable, civic, educational, industry, professional and trade organizations. Many hold leadership positions on the boards and committees of these organizations. Here is a representative list:

• 100 Black Men of Orlando, Inc.
• A Gift for Teaching
• Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers
• Adult Literacy League
• Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens
• American Arbitration Association
• American Bankruptcy Institute
• American Bar Association
• American Board of Trial Advocates
• American Cancer Society
• American Diabetes Association
• American Health Lawyers Association
• American Immigration Lawyers Association
• American Inns of Court
• American Institute of CPAs
• American Intellectual Property Law Association
• American Land Title Association
• American Red Cross, Central Florida Chapter
• Associated Builders and Contractors
• Association for Corporate Growth Orlando
• Association of Eminent Domain Professionals
• Association of Trial Lawyers of America
• BETA Center
• Blankner Foundation
• Boy Scouts of America, Central Florida Council
• Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida
• Buoniconti Fund for the Cure of Paralysis
• Central Florida Association of Women Lawyers
• Central Florida Bankruptcy Law Association
• Central Florida Estate Planning Council
• Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association
• Central Florida Partnership
• Children's Home Society of Florida
• Christian Service Center for Central Florida, Inc.
• Chron’s & Colitis Foundation of America
• CNL Foundation
• Coalition for the Homeless
• Coastal Conservation Association - Florida
• Collaborative Family Law Group of Central Florida
• Commercial Real Estate Women
• Central Florida Community Arts
• Downtown Arts District
• Downtown Development Board
• Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
• Easter Seals
• Economic Development Commission Florida’s Space Coast
• Enzian Theater
• Enterprise Florida
• Federal Bar Association
• The Florida Bar
• Florida Board of Trial Advocates
• Florida Chamber of Commerce
• Florida Citrus Sports
• Florida Executive Women
• Florida Hospital Foundation
• Florida Land Title Association
• Florida Planning and Zoning Association
• Florida Restaurant Association, Central Florida Chapter
• Foundation for Foster Children
• Foundation for Orange County Public Schools
• Foundation for Osceola Education
• Foundation for Seminole State College
• Geneva School
• Greater Orlando Builders Association
• Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce
• Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando
• Health Care Center for the Homeless, Inc.
• Health Central Foundation
• Heart of Florida United Way
• Hispanic Bar Association
• Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida
• Hope & Help Center of Central Florida
• International Council of Shopping Centers
• International Trademark Association
• Jewish Community Center
• Jewish Family Services
• Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando
• Jewish National Fund
• Junior Achievement of Central Florida, Inc.
• Kinneret Council on Aging, Inc.
• Kissimmee/Osceola County Chamber of Commerce
• LeadingAge
• Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association
• Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Northern & Central Florida Chapter
• LIFT Orlando
• Lighthouse Central Florida
• Lou Frey Institute at the University of Central Florida
• March of Dimes, Florida
• Medical Group Management Association
• Meritas
• Mills 50 Mainstreet District
• Morningstar Charities, Inc.
• Mount Dora Chamber of Commerce
• National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals
• National Association of Bond Lawyers
• National Association of Elder Law Attorneys
• National Center for Simulation
• National Speech & Debate Association
• Notre Dame Club of Central Florida
• Orange County Bar Association, Executive Council
• Orlando Economic Development Commission
• Orlando Magic Youth Foundation
• Orlando Museum of Art
• Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
• Orlando Repertory Theatre
• Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF
• Orange County Regional History Center
• Pediatric Cancer Foundation
• Rollins College Hamilton Holt School
• Second Harvest Food Bank
• Seniors First
• Society of Human Resource Managers
• Space Coast Tech Council
• Space Florida
• Teen Court Advisory Board
• Tiger Bay Club of Orlando
• United Arts of Central Florida
• University Club
• University Club Foundation
• University of Central Florida Foundation
• University of Florida Levin College of Law, Board of Trustees
• Urban Land Institute - Orlando
• Visit Orlando
• West Orange Chamber of Commerce
• Winter Park Chamber of Commerce


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Celebrate Earth Day: Friday, April 22, 2016

In 1970, the year of our first Earth Day, the movement gave voice to an emerging consciousness, channeling human energy toward environmental issues. Forty-six years later, it continues to lead with groundbreaking ideas and by the power of our example.

And so it begins. Today. Right here and right now. Earth Day is more than just a single day — April 22, 2016. It’s bigger than attending a rally and taking a stand.

This Earth Day and beyond, let’s make big stuff happen. Let’s plant 7.8 billion trees for the Earth. Let’s divest from fossil fuels and make cities 100% renewable. Let’s take the momentum from the Paris Climate Summit and build on it.

- See more at: http://www.earthday.org/?gclid=CLuNk-jqn8wCFZVahgodl0APiA#sthash.BWaO9FjB.dpuf

Natural disasters in Japan and the United States. IMPACTism encourages you to take action and make a difference.

2015 World Series Champions

The Kansas City Royals and Royals Charities are committed to being active members of the Kansas City community and region. Created in 2001, Royals Charities strives to support children, education, youth baseball/softball and military in and around the Kansas City area. The foundation accomplishes this mission through financial donations, as well as in-kind support, including memorabilia, tickets and publicity.

Under the leadership of the Glass family, Royals Charities has donated more than $10.5 million since its inception.

Four Pillars of Royals Charities

Royals Charities helped provide support in 2015 to children-focused charities in the Greater Kansas City area, including Special Olympics KC Metro, Variety Children's Charity of Greater Kansas City, The University of Kansas Hospital, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City, KVC Health Systems, HappyBottoms, Operation Breakthrough, El Centro and Dream Factory.

The Royals Scholars Program is providing scholarships to five students a year through the 20/20 Leadership organization with the opportunity for a $2,500 scholarship per year to any college in Kansas or Missouri. In addition, Royals Charities supports a scholarship at the University of Missouri - Kansas City for School of Education students focused on teaching in urban districts, and made grants to Crossroads Academy, DeLaSalle Education Center and Cristo Rey High School in the Kansas City area.

Youth Baseball/Softball
The Royalty Fields Program provides field renovation grants to nonprofits and governmental entities in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Oklahoma and Arkansas. In 2015, Royals Charities supported a major field renovation in the heart of Kansas City, Kansas, for Kansas RBI along with field renovations in Beatrice, Nebraska, Brookfield, Missouri, Overland Park, Kansas, and many more. For more information, please visitroyals.com/royaltyfields.

Royals Charities proudly supported active duty service members and veterans in 2015 through partnerships with Warriors' Ascent, USO Missouri and USO Fort Riley, Warriors' Best Friend Foundation, Whiteman Air Force Base and Fort Leavenworth.


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Phillip Haid has a valid point but he also overlooks the industry-wide trend since the late 1990's where companies have become more responsive to socially motivated consumers and investors. Number of companies that have come to understand that being socially responsible corporate citizens (CSR) can also be good business has multiplied, where pressure is now put on those companies that fail to address it. Albeit there are levels of CSR participation, but many more companies do it without special attention or flair for what they do to help build better communities and a better world. We should focus and acknowledge companies small and large that do CSR for no reason other than it is the right thing to do.

CSR Spotlight: American Water Works Company, Inc.

Founded in 1886, American Water (NYSE: AWK) is the largest and most geographically diverse publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company. With headquarters in Voorhees, N.J., the company employs nearly 7,000 dedicated professionals who provide drinking water, wastewater and other services to an estimated 15.6 million people in 47 states and Ontario, Canada.

American Water Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created by American Water, has provided grants to underwrite local nature-based play spaces across American Water’s nationwide service areas. The grants are being administered as part of the Foundation’s partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), for the Building Better Communities signature grant program. NRPA directly administers the program, with funding made possible by the American Water Charitable Foundation.


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CBS 60 Minutes special program dedicated to people who make a difference - the impactmakers. Bring a box of tissues and enjoy the meaning of philanthropy, to help make the world a more caring place.


CSR Spotlight: Straightup Solar, LLC

Founded in 2006 in St. Louis, Missouri, and now with offices in Illinois, StraightUp Solar proudly provides turnkey solar project development to private homeowners and businesses as well as government entities, schools and nonprofit organizations. Within the first 9 years of operation StraightUp Solar commissioned over 500 new systems approaching nearly six megawatts (MW) of solar capacity and today enjoys a reputation for solar industry leadership across Missouri and Illinois.

Very simply, StraightUp Solar exists to inspire a Solar Tribe to create a sustainable world. StraightUp Solar is committed to perfecting a feedback loop from the owners and operators of solar energy systems to determine how best to reach out and bring solar energy into the mainstream. Almost 30% of StraightUp Solar employees own home solar energy systems within a general population demographic that is

StraightUp Solar’s local and international benevolent behavior serves the triple purpose of 1) supporting those in need, 2) demonstrating and illuminating the power of solar energy to the broadest audience possible, and 3) providing regular interesting and meaningful pursuits that fuel the societal passions and strengthen the bonds of everyone working so hard on the StraightUp Solar Team. A partial list of recent achievements/milestones includes:

2015 Wings of Hope Donation of Capital, Solar Expertise & Labor for Solar Electrification of Remote Nicaraguan Villages
2015 & 2014 WE CARE Solar Partnership Commitments to Electrify Maternal Health Clinics in Nepal & Uganda
2014 Solar Aid Donations to Muleke School, Uganda
2014 Homeowner Solar System Donation
2014 & 2013 St. Louis Green Business Challenge Achievement

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IMPACTism applauds Walmart, Pepsi and Campbell for teaming to fight hunger proceeds going to Feeding America https://www.facebook.com/FeedingAmerica

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CSR spotlight: Underwriters Laboratories

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is one of the world's leading providers of product safety and certification testing services, performing more than 90,000 evaluations each year. Products that successfully navigate through its stringent tests are registered with the lab and can bear the UL. The company also adheres to a culture of achieving commercial success by acting in ways that honor ethical values, respect people, empower communities and support the natural environment to produce an overall positive impact on society.


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From Council on Corporate Responsibility https://www.facebook.com/Council-for-Corporate-Responsibility-150045641679668/ - 7 Pillars of Corporate Responsibility that will determine winners of the 2016 Corporate Responsibility Council Champions Awards will be presented at the 2016 CCR Summit on Thursday, April 21, 2016. http://uscorporateresponsibility.org/the-seven-pillars/

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BREAKING NEWS: Wounded Warrior Project (WPP) Board of Directors have fired CEO Steven Nardizzi and COO Al Giordano after donor revolt following allegations of funds mismanagement by CBS News investigation. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cbs-news-investigates-wounded-warrior-project-spending/

Thank you Amgen, Inc. for supporting multiple myeloma and colonrectal cancer awareness month in March.


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CSR spotlight: Allied Kitchen & Bath, Wilton Manors, Florida.

“You get what you give.” and “Pay it forward.” are core philosophies of co-owners and staff of Allied Kitchen & Bath, a respected family-owned and operated luxury kitchen and bath design company in Wilton Manors. In business at the same location since 1984 by brothers Bill and Joe Feinberg, the company is committed to giving back to the community. It was awarded the Excalibur Award for Small Business by South Florida Sun-Sentinel for entrepreneurial success and community involvement supporting diverse community organizations as: 2-1-1 Broward, American Cancer Society, Ann Stork Center, Boys and Girls Club of Broward County, Broward Children’s Center, Broward Health Foundation, Children’s Diagnostic & Treatment Center, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Deliver the Dream, Habitat for Humanity, Jewish Adoption & Foster Care Options, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, LifeNet 4 Families, Pace Center for Girls, and United Way of Broward County.

“Bill and Joe Feinberg are not only leaders in their industry, but are pillars in the community. Their tremendous dedication, enthusiasm, and generosity in supporting philanthropic causes are inspirational,” said Bridget DeSeno, Communications Specialist, Broward Children’s Center Foundation.

Bill Feinberg, CEO and Co-Founder of Allied Kitchen & Bath is the Board Chairman of Habitat for Humanity Broward. “Joe and I love to give back to the community. We feel everyone should volunteer and that’s the culture at Allied. It brings our team together in a special way and helps us feel great about what we’re doing,” said Bill.


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