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The PinkNews Awards 2020 will take place this year in association with Amazon.
I’ve been at Amazon for 22 holiday seasons and this one is definitely unique, to say the least. I’m grateful to our teams who continue to play a vital role serving their communities. As we head into the peak of the holiday season, we want to share our appreciation through another special recognition bonus, totaling more than $500 million for our front-line employees across the world.
Amazon’s charity partners like Barnardo’s and the communities they serve face unprecedented challenges during COVID-19 – here’s how we’re helping.
Henkel and Signify join Amazon in taking the pledge and are implementing real, science-based changes to their businesses on their path to reach net zero by 2040.
During these challenging times, I wanted to update you on what we’re doing to make sure your orders are delivered safely to your home, while we continue to support our employees and the tens of thousands of small UK businesses who sell their products on Amazon.
In one year, FBA Donations provided 20 million items to support communities and help the planet, and now the program launches in France.
Delivered by Nesta Challenges, the Amazon Longitude Explorer Prize pairs science, technology, engineering and maths with entrepreneurial life skills to encourage young people from all backgrounds to compete and turn great ideas into reality.
After making a round of donations to writing groups in the UK in 2020, the Amazon Literary Partnership is now accepting applications for support in 2021 from non-profit literary organisations.
Concocted by seven-year-old Berty from Derby, the new festive sauce is just one of many gifts available from The Amazon Christmas Shop.