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United Parcel Service

United Parcel Service (UPS), one of the world's largest package-delivery companies, was nominated for CWLA's Corporate Friend of Children Award in 2002 by the Oklahoma Department of Health and Human Services.

Via its extensive employee volunteer network, UPS employee contributions enable nonprofits to improve recruitment and retention of volunteers for youth-related programs. In addition, UPS employees do direct service work in their communities--organizing food drives, tutoring and mentoring youth, delivering meals to people with AIDS, building homes with Habitat for Humanity, and much more. The company is also unique in that it actively recruits and hires welfare recipients; it is one of five companies in the Welfare to Work Partnership, which has hired more than 52,000 welfare recipients.

For more information about United Parcel Service, visit www.ups.com.



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