Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility

Here at Scripps Networks Interactive, we believe changing the world doesn't have to be an overwhelming goal. We leverage the power of our brands through partnerships that share our values and vision in order to improve the communities in which we live and work - one meal, one home, one community at a time. Each year, Scripps Networks Interactive employees worldwide take a day out of their busy schedules to leave their desks and donate their time to worthy causes within their communities. In addition to corporate financial support and involvement, many of our employees serve on non-profit boards, as advisors at educational institutions and as enthusiastic volunteers. Together we truly are changing the world.

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A Very Special Shopping Spree
What do you do when you have a cache of home décor items that you cannot justify paying the high fees to ship back home or find that you would pay even more to have them stored? Well, if you’re Scripps Networks Interactive, you find someone close who can put them to good use!  We were honored today to be with N Street...
Jul 11, 2013 6:10 AM ET
Educating Tomorrow's Media Industry Leaders
We were honored to present to more than 250 students at the Emma L. Bowen Foundation’s Summer Conference in New York City last week. Created in 1989, the Emma L. Bowen Foundation prepares minority youth for careers in the media industry. Students gain an invaluable...
Jul 1, 2013 5:15 PM ET
Embracing Our Green Thumb for Good Food Gardens
Wednesday, Food Network and Cablevision teamed up with local volunteers and students to attack child hunger and promote healthy eating habits by creating a community “Good Food Garden” at PS 55 Benjamin Franklin Elementary School in...
Jun 7, 2013 5:25 PM ET
Unsung Heroes Combating Childhood Hunger
Throughout this blog we’ve highlighted the special relationship between Food Network and our national outreach partner, Share Our Strength. Last week’s screening of the network’s HUNGER HITS HOME documentary at Long Island Lutheran Middle School and High School in Brookville, N.Y...
Mar 6, 2013 6:05 AM ET
N Street Village: The Big Reveal
It’s been a little over two weeks since DIY Network’s Alison Victoria “kitchen crashed” N Street Village’s Luther Place Night Shelter in Washington, D.C., and the renovated eating space looks fantastic! Featuring new appliances and improved storage, a granite countertop, new flooring, a computer workspace area and much more,...
Feb 15, 2013 9:40 AM ET

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