Tag: Cause/charity Volunteers

Food Retailers to Promote Canned Goods Drives this Holiday Season

"Most American parents in their early to late thirties believe that food insecurity is an important issue to solve, according to a new Ipsos poll. The poll offered respondents the following definition of food insecurity: 'Food insecurity describes a household’s inability to provide enough food for every person to live an active, healthy life.'"

Charities to Target the 27% of Consumers Who Volunteer on Vacation

With temperatures warming up across the country, the countdown to summer travel season has officially begun. This year, as travelers start scouting out destinations, they're picking places where they can feel good and do good at the same time.

Retailers to Promote Their Support of Programs to End Youth Homelessness

"In support of the Street Child World Cup, Ipsos has partnered with the National Network for Youth and Street Child United to raise awareness of youth homelessness and for the event in which street children from around the globe represent their countries in a soccer tournament."

Neuroscience Says: Volunteering Can Decrease Negative Effects of Stress

People tend to focus on themselves when stressed, but a recent study showed that helping others can significantly decrease the negative effect of stress on your body. Healthy behaviors clearly make sense from a rational standpoint, but they can be a drag — and difficult to maintain. Here are some strategies to help you develop and maintain healthy behaviors – using neuroscience.