PepsiCo, IBM and Other Companies Give Back To Veterans



By definition, large corporations are primarily focused on the bottom line. But some companies manage to keep their eye on the balance sheet and still give back to veterans.

PepsiCo has a long legacy of military hiring and supporting programs for veterans and their families, among other things offering an employee resource group called VALOR that supports the company’s veterans, military members and their families.  The company also sponsors programs such as the Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation, which provides children of deceased military an opportunity for a college education, as well as Operation Shower, which hosts baby showers for military moms-to-be.
The corporation also plays an active role in events like Fleet Week, the USO’s September 11th annual remembrance and also supports the veteran-honoring organization Carry The Load.
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