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CGI Community in the News – February 16, 2024

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Five updates from CGI commitment-makers in the news this week – including efforts to track down abducted Ukrainian children, removing millions of pounds of waste from waterways, filling mental health care gaps in underserved communities, and more.

Save Ukraine Working to Rescue Children Kidnapped by Russia 

BBC reported on the work that Save Ukraine, a 2023 commitment-maker, is doing to help track down Ukrainian children abducted during Russia’s invasion. Read more.

Native Speakers Working to Support Navajo Nation Mental Health

Mirage News reports on the work that CGI commitment-maker UCSF HEAL is doing to plug the health worker gaps in the Navajo Nation and other sites around the world, through a new fellowship designed to support health care workers interested in working with underserved communities. Read more. 

TerraCycle Global Foundation Removes 2 Million Pounds of Waste from Waterways

ROI – Business News New Jersey reports on how Nonprofit TerraCycle has removed over 2 million pounds of waste — roughly equivalent to the weight of more than eight blue whales — from rivers, canals and waterways. Read more. 

LaJune Montgomery from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Talks Leadership with Axios

Axios spoke to LaJune Montgomery, President and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, about her background, tackling structural racism, and companies talking about DEI. Read more. 

Philanthropy News Digest spotlights the new CGI Fellowship

Philanthropy News Digest takes a look at CGI’s new fellowship, which will offer “mentorship, resources, networks, and partnerships through CGI and its network.” Read more.