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IBM Responds to Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence made landfall in the Carolinas on Thursday, and already (at the time of this publication) has claimed at least 42 lives, left more than one million people without power, and caused record-breaking floods. Though now downgraded to a tropical storm, Florence’s progress has slowed – which means it continues to saturate already-flooded areas […]

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Paying Tribute to Humanitarians Who Risk Their Lives in Service

On World Humanitarian Day each August 19, we pay tribute to those who have put themselves in harm’s way in service to others, and rally support for those who endure and survive humanitarian crises around the world. When natural disasters and other humanitarian crises occur, a wide variety of governmental and nonprofit organizations provide aid […]

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Building Resilience for the Global Community

IBM’s commitment to resilient communities takes many forms, including direct action in response to natural disasters, developing medical and social services solutions in times of political upheaval, and the regular contributions of time and financial and physical resources by IBMers. We contribute tens of thousands of hours of volunteer service each year through IBM Volunteers. […]

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Celebrating IBM Volunteers

This week is National Volunteer Week in both the United States and Canada. Hundreds of thousands of volunteers and thousands of volunteer projects are deployed for mass impact. Take a look at what’s planned for the United States by Points of Light and in Canada by Volunteer Canada. And for IBM Volunteers, check out the […]

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Why We Serve

A tradition of service – to our clients, our communities and the world – lies at the core of our purpose as a company and our values as IBMers. It’s also fun.  Today’s launch of IBM Volunteers marks an important expansion of IBM’s legacy of service. Whether you’re a recent arrival or a longstanding member […]

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