Connected Communities

Connected Communities

UPS has a legacy of connecting and improving communities around the world. We collaborate with local and global government and non-profit partners to help create sustainable cities, and help people plan and prepare for unexpected events. We also bring relief when it matters most, offering logistics expertise, funds, and in-kind assistance to support those impacted by disaster.

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UPS Brings Commitment and Support to Pride Month
ATLANTA, June 12, 2019 /3BL Media/– UPS (NYSE: UPS) is continuing its support for the LGBTQ community, and UPS employees are volunteering their own time in more than a dozen pride celebrations. The company is also extending its global...
Jun 12, 2019 11:35 AM ET
The Importance of Partnerships for Disaster Relief
In 2017, Hurricane Maria created unparalleled devastation on the island of Puerto Rico. To address the urgent recovery needs, The UPS Foundation, UNICEF, and the Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort led by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo came together to gather and deliver food, water, and other supplies where they were needed most. Below, we share from two leaders who worked...
Jun 7, 2019 10:20 AM ET
Building Resilience & Preparedness Worldwide
When disasters strike, communities need all hands on deck to respond. Private-sector companies can provide important resources, including warehouses, fuel, and other assets. But without a way for businesses to communicate what they can offer and emergency responders to share what they need, valuable resources may go underutilized. UPS is helping change that by participating in a number...
May 17, 2019 10:25 AM ET
UPS Named a "Best Corporate Citizen" Again - Marks Decade being Honored on an Annual List
ATLANTA, May 16, 2019 /3BL Media/ – UPS (NYSE: UPS) today announced Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine has named the company to its “...
May 16, 2019 1:30 PM ET
Breaking the Gridlock on Human Trafficking
Human trafficking affects hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. and more than 20 million people globally — yet the crime is often hidden in plain sight. Many traffickers strategically target locations along the nation’s highways, which means that the logistics industry is uniquely situated to help identify and stop the practice. As a global transportation leader that can make a...
May 8, 2019 2:45 PM ET