Timberland has been recognized as one of two award winners of this year's 2001 Annual Excellence in Corporate Philanthropy Awards. The Committee to Encourage Corporate Philanthropy, which annually recognizes philanthropic corporations that exhibit "exemplarily practices," gave the nod to Timberland because of its community service program, The Path of Service. That program provides employees with up to 40 hour of paid time when they volunteer for service in their communities. Employees are also eligible to receive a six-month sabbatical to work for a non-profit organization. The other award winner this year was IBM.
Did you hear?... Timberland awarded Ron Brown Award for Corporate Leadership
Timberland was one of three recipients of this year's Ron Brown Award for Corporate Leadership presented at the White House. The Ron Brown Award is the only Presidential award recognizing companies for outstanding achievement in employee and community relations and is named in ...read more