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Volleyball Canada Serves Up Sustainability With Fill it Forward Client Success Story: Volleyball Canada Volleyball Canada inspired thousands of youth attending the national championships to travel with a reusable bottle and minimize their environmental impact. Athletes from coast to coast competed against each other for the title, while also working together for a better planet. […]
Since 2019, Fill it Forward and PRA have collaborated to help amplify the social and environmental impact at special events of all sizes.
Super Bowl LIII Interactive Hydration Station Client Success Story: Bud Light For 2019, in the spirit of competition, the Anheuser-Busch CSR Team gamified the hydration experience at Bud Light Hotel to promote innovative ways of communicating responsible drinking. Each hotel guest got to choose an allegiance to a Super Bowl team (Rams or Patriots) and […]
Twitter Fills it Forward at #OneTeam Client Success Story: Twitter Twitter’s internal #OneTeam event is scheduled every 18 months and brings together all Twitter employees across the globe. This year’s event, which spanned over three days, took place in Houston, Texas. This was a great opportunity for Tweeps (Twitter employees) to come together as one […]
Salesforce diverts 200,000+ single-use bottles Client Success Story: Salesforce If you use Salesforce, you’ve probably heard of Dreamforce, an annual event known to bring together thought leaders, industry pioneers, and fellow innovators for learning, inspiration, equality, and fun. With a goal of focusing on one key giveaway for full-conference attendees to reduce their impact on […]
The Almond Board of California Fills it Forward Client Success Story: The Almond Board of California Established in 1950 and based in Modesto, California, Almond Board of California (ABC) is a non-profit organization under the supervision of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. ABC supports over 6,800 almond growers and 100 processors (many of whom […]