- Through company giving programs, Time Inc. and its employees have donated nearly 7 million dollars in the past decade, supporting a variety of organizations that make a difference in our communities.
- Many of our employees participate in pro-bono consulting projects for nonprofits.
- As a company, Time Inc. holds activities, fundraisers and drives throughout the year for groups like City Harvest and New York Cares.
Time Inc. co-founder Henry Luce said it perfectly: We should not just act in the interests of shareholders but also in the interest of the public. That tenet remains the driving force behind Time Inc.’s corporate social responsibility efforts today.
Time Inc. Giving
Our brands contribute their help and support to the following community-based partnerships:
High Water Women and Dream Yard Project
In August 2016, Time Inc. employees, in partnership with High Water Women, provided 1,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to the Dream Yard project based in the the Bronx. This initiative benefited thousands of children in need in the New York City area.
City Harvest & Skip Lunch Fight Hunger
For over ten years, Time Inc. and Food & Wine have supported the Skip Lunch Fight Hunger campaign and raised thousands of dollars to support City Harvest. We also have representation on their Food Council, which donates some of the city's best food and raises funds to support City Harvest.
National 9/11 Memorial and Museum Community Day
Time Inc. was honored to serve as the Education Partner for the fourth annual 9/11 Memorial Community Day in April 2016. Over 50 employees participated in the 5K Run/Walk and raised funds for the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum.
American Corporate Partners (ACP)
Time Inc. is proud to partner with ACP, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping military veterans transition to the private sector through one-on-one mentoring with business leaders. Time Inc. employees across the nation are actively serving as mentors to our brave veterans.