Monthly Archives: August 2016


Angry Birds and Happy Bodies!

In celebration of The Angry Birds Movie, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment teamed up with staff and volunteers from our LA Division for the launch of the “Angry Birds, Happy Bodies” fitness initiative designed to get kids moving. Two-time Olympic swimmer Chloe Sutton is the ambassador for the initiative and made an appearance at the kick-off event. The movement is designed [...]

Teaching Gardens “take your kids to work day”

Although originally conceived as a program for grade school children, Teaching Gardens is bringing all kinds of people of all ages together to celebrate living a healthy lifestyle. In collaboration with our Multicultural Initiatives program, students who participated in the Teaching Gardens program at Coughlin Elementary School in Pacoima, California were special guests at Northrop Grumman Corporation’s “Take Your Daughters and [...]

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University of Utah Health Care champions stroke awareness

Since January 2015, University of Utah Health Care (UUHC) has partnered with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association on our Together to End Stroke initiatives. UUHC understands that change starts with us, so we began our campaign on campus: Placing table toppers in the hospital cafeteria that list the signs of stroke and placing volunteers at tables near the cafeteria [...]

More than 40,000 Nevada students will learn CPR!

In 2013 Nevada passed a law to require Hands-Only CPR training in all its high schools “to the extent funding is available from the law”. At the time Sabrina Spurlock took the class as a freshman at Advanced Technologies Academy, a $15 fee was required for her to become certified. Her stepfather, Roger Clark, scoffed at the fee, but in the [...]