Posts Tagged ‘charitable giving’

Cellular South aiding recovery in Smithville

SMITHVILLE — Cellular South has deployed a temporary mobile broadband cell site to Smithville after a devastating tornado killed 13 people, injured more than 40 others and destroyed most of the buildings in the small, rural town in Monroe County. The temporary cell site will expand capacity and support the voice and high-speed data communication […] [...]

BankPlus, Society establish Japan Relief Fund

RIDGELAND and JACKSON — BankPlus, in collaboration with the Japan-America Society of Mississippi (JASMIS), has established the JASMIS Japan Relief Fund to coordinate charitable donations to aid those in Japan affected by the March earthquakes and tsunami. Dr. Paul Tashiro, JASMIS president, said, “The Japan-America Society has been receiving inquiries and donations from all over […] [...]

Charitable Giving & Public Utilities

JACKSON- Northern District Commissioner Brandon Presley on the Miss. Public Service Commission’s ruling this week against public utilities using a “consumer tax” to finance corporate charitable giving. [...]

Tyson makes generous donation to Food Network

by Published: September 20,2010

Tags: charitable giving, food, food bank, poverty

JACKSON — Tyson Foods has delivered more than 23,000 pounds of food to Mississippi Food Network, a member of Feeding America. Since 2000, Tyson Foods has been a leader in the fight against hunger. The company is actively engaged in food-donation events and fund-raising activities year-round to benefit those in need. This most recent donation […] [...]

Toyota keeps commitment to local schools

BLUE SPRINGS — Toyota Motor Corporation is keeping its commitment to supporting local schools, according to the Mississippi Development Authority. When Toyota announced it would build a plant at Blue Springs in 2007, it made a commitment of $50 million to the eight school districts within Pontotoc, Union and Lee counties. 

Even though due to […] [...]

BancorpSouth donates land to Habitat for Humanity

TUPELO — Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis recently received a land donation of 29 acres from BancorpSouth for the Lake Las Cruces neighborhood in Raleigh. Memphis Habitat purchased 44 developed lots in the area from BancorpSouth earlier this year with federal monies awarded through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program, and BancorpSouth donated the adjoining undeveloped […] [...]

Foundation awards funds to graduate programs

by Published: July 27,2010

Tags: charitable giving, education, higher education

CLEVELAND — Dr. Albert Nylander, Delta State University’s dean of Graduate and Continuing Studies, announced that the Graduate Office has been awarded $100,000 by the Robert M. Hearin Foundation to support ten graduate students. These funds will be used to provide Hearin Scholars fellowships (tuition and stipends) for outstanding graduate students in financial need who […] [...]

Charity to appeal Hosemann’s order

by Published: July 26,2010

Tags: charitable giving, charities, state government

WAVELAND — The Secretary of State’s Office has cited a Waveland charity for a list of violations of the state’s charitable solicitations laws. The state also said the charity allowed Kathleen Johnson, who had previously been convicted of felony financial crimes, to have virtual control over the charity’s financial and day-to-day operations. Secretary of State […] [...]

Baker Donelson expands pro bono program

by Published: July 26,2010

Tags: attorneys, charitable giving, law, pro bono

JACKSON — The law firm of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC, has revised its pro bono policy in a move that could significantly increase the number of hours that its nearly 550 attorneys spend providing free legal services to people of limited means. The firm has implemented a new pro bono policy that […] [...]

Mannings give $1M to Ole Miss

by Published: July 26,2010

Tags: charitable giving, education, sports

OXFORD — New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and his wife, Abby, have given $1 million to a needs-based academic scholarship program at their alma mater. Ole Miss Opportunity was created after a 6.5 percent tuition increase was approved this year at the University of Mississippi, to cover the gap between all of a student’s […] [...]

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