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Want to know what's happening in social responsibility?

VBSR's members are in the news almost every week, and VBSR's own public profile is growing. SR itself is showing up in national and international news more and more. 

Check out some of the articles we've gathered. They provide a good outline of the history of social responsibility, as well as what's happening currently. You can browse through all of the titles, or browse by category.

PLEASE NOTE: News articles posted here express the views of the author of the article, and do not necessarily reflect VBSR's views. The posting of an article does not indicate support of or agreement with the author, the article or the publisher.

National Life Group Foundation Grants $10,000 To Bicycle Trail

Mar 25th, 2015Members in the News

A $10,000 grant from the National Life Group Foundation to the Cross Vermont Trail Association will help provide a key link to the area’s recreation network.

Danforth Pewter to Host VBSR Networking Get-Together

Mar 19th, 2015VBSR in the News

Looking to do business with people who value employee and environmental wellbeing as much as profit? Join Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR) at Danforth Pewter’s workshop in Middlebury, Vermont for a free Networking Get-Together on March 26.

Orton Family Foundation Announces Appointment of Trustee

Mar 18th, 2015Members in the News

Orton Family Foundation Executive Director David Leckey announced the appointment of Scot T. Spencer to the foundation’s board of trustees.

CLiF Announces $25,000 Program Grants to Eight Elementary Schools

Mar 16th, 2015Members in the News

The Children’s Literacy Foundation (CLiF) will award Year of the Book grants to eight New Hampshire and Vermont elementary schools for the 2015-2016 school year.

Leslie Nulty: Do Not Postpone Essential Health Care Reforms

Mar 16th, 2015VBSR in the News

Much of the business community in Vermont is in a tizzy over the proposal to reform Medicaid and other parts of our health care system with a 0.7 percent payroll tax. Rather than panic, we need to take a closer look at what’s at stake and what’s best for Vermont and Vermonters.

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