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Corporate Citizenship : Features

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Bread for the City's medical center

Hacking away at poverty

Bread for the City’s social workers are using technology to cut down on red tape to better serve impoverished DC residents. 
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Black Thumbs Collective keeps cyclists east of the river in gear

A newly formed group aims to fight "bike shop deserts" in Wards 7 and 8.
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DC-area MBAs give back with Compass

MBAs are trained to make cold hard cash, but Compass puts those MBAs' concrete skills and altruism to work to maximize value in D.C.’s nonprofit sector.
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Elevation Q&A: Walter Smith, DC Appleseed executive director, on HIV, clean water, and home rule

The nonprofit has been fighting the good fight in D.C. for nearly 20 years, tackling a wide range of challenges in the city. We spoke to Appleseed's executive director, Walter Smith, about the issues that matter now.
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Elevation Q&A: Liz Norton, Stone Soup Films

Like the fable, Stone Soup Films starts small, and through the contributions of many, creates awesome. The nonprofit, which makes short documentaries for other local nonprofits--totally free--celebrates its fifth anniversary this year.
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The power of #probono: businesses that do well by doing good

When companies leverage their employees' expertise for good, great things can happen. Not convinced of the "power of pro bono"? Read our coverage from the Billion + Change conference.
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Rolling in dough: mobile food hits the corporate world

In the suburbs, where lunch usually means jumping in the car, a few corporations are inviting in food trucks (and more). Tasty options for employees and guaranteed sales for trucks? That's a delicious partnership.
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