The new gardens will allow area residents the opportunity to get moving outdoors, grow their own fruits and vegetables, and to revitalize their neighborhood park.
Bob Evans Restaurants and First Book helped kick off Detroit students’ summer reading program with a pancake breakfast and a reading party at Gompers Elementary Middle School.
Papa Murphy’s has partnered with CBS EcoMedia Inc. and Starlight Children’s FoundationTM to provide mobile entertainment units to eight Seattle-area hospitals as part of Starlight’s Fun Center™ program. The eight hospitals receiving the new Fun Centers are Overlake Hospital, Valley Medical, Skagit Valley Hospital, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Mary Bridge Children’s Child Life and Radiology, Pope’s Kids Place, Highline Medical Center, and Swedish.
The City of Arlington’s new, more eco-conscisous concessions and restroom building at Randol Mill Park opened its doors to the public in conjunction with youth league baseball’s Opening Day. The energy- and water- conservation measures were supported with funding provided by Chevrolet, through CBS EcoMedia’s EcoAd program.
Through the CBS EcoMedia EducationAd program, Travelers has provided funding to support Junior Achievement’s Titan Challenge/Maine, a business plan competition among high-school students from around the state. 99 teams from 30 schools participated, state-wide.
Thanks to Chevrolet, the Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy in Compton now has lighting for its youth league and softball fields and batting cages. Chevrolet’s funding for the infrastructure improvements as well as other essential new baseball equipment helps the Urban Youth Academy serve even more of the community’s young athletes.
In addition to providing funding for improvements to the South Bronx Health Center, UnitedHealthcare volunteers cleaned, prepped and painted the nearby Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Center, where the Health Center’s nutrition and fitness programming is held.
“Hands-On Hamptonality” brought to life through Hampton Hotels’ contributions – volunteers, funding, and donations – to the renovation of the John H. Harland Boys & Girls Club in Atlanta, GA. This ad, part of Hampton’s participation in CBS EcoMedia’s WellnessAd program, illustrates how volunteering and getting personally involved in the local community can help make dreams come true.
As part of the park revitalization project, UnitedHealthcare volunteers helped haul and place tons of mulch and cinder. EcoMedia partnered with the Friends of Little Nancy Creek Park & Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and its Strong4Life program to bring this opportunity together.
As part of the park revitalization project, UnitedHealthcare volunteers helped paint the facilities and plant trees and shrubs around the playground.
The first field of its kind in the greater LA area.
Providing a more complete learning environment.
Thin-film solar technology.
Part of a District-wide renewable energy and energy efficiency overhaul.
Funding improvements and providing hauling services
Helping to create a “garden of wellness” at Seymour Park
Helping foster wellness at Fisher Houses in San Diego and Seattle.
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Encouraging academic success by giving school supplies to deserving students.
Providing children with technology to help improve their hospital stays.
Encouraging people to get out and ride their bikes.
Helping ensure no family every pays to stay at Fisher House.
Providing renewable energy for the Los Angeles area.
Supporting local job creation and community diversity.
Revitalizing Swansea Park – a neighborhood gathering place
Look for the symbols that let viewers know when ads are funding community projects.
Through the EcoAd program, Energizer helped fund the rooftop solar thermal installation which provides renewable energy for heating Hope Manor. Hope Manor is a Volunteers of America/Illinois facility on the west side of Chicago.
Chevrolet’s Los Angeles area EcoAd program buy funded the installation of sustainable gardens at JH Hull Middle School in Torrance, CA. These gardens, which were planned as part of the new school construction, had previously been cut due to budget constraints. The gardens serve hands-on science curriculum.
Through the EcoAd program, Xcel Energy helped fund the energy efficiency lighting retrofit portion of a comprehensive rehabilitation project at Phyllis Wheatley Community Center.
Through their EcoAd program advertising campaign, Pacific Coast Termite funded the installation of solar panels on the new greenhouse at Environmental Charter High School in Lawndale, CA.
SunPower Corp.’s EcoAd buy helped bring this rooftop solar installation to fruition and, in turn, deliver energy cost savings to the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center in San Francisco, CA.
Energy- and cost-saving lighting upgrades at the EcoTarium in Worcester were supported by Fallon Community Health Plan’s EcoAd program participation.
Through the EcoAd program, Cirque du Soleil’s campaign promoting their show TOTEM, funded energy- and cost-saving upgrades to lighting systems at three of the City of San Francisco’s most popular ballparks.
EcoAd program buys by Northern California Ford Dealers, County of Sacramento, Byers Leafguard, and Bell Brothers came together in support of a reforestation project at the American River Parkway in Sacramento, CA.
A Boston Scientific EcoAd buy funded the installation of solar panels on the rooftop of Thomas Edison High School in Minneapolis, MN