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AOL Impact is a daily introduction of causes close to our heart. We connect people with charities, make it easy to get involved, and share the missions of organizations simply doing amazing things.

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AOL Monster Help Day 2013
In one monster day of service to celebrate AOL's 28th anniversary, nearly 3,000 AOLers came together in 25 cities around the globe on Thursday, May 16, to bring to life the AOL value, We're in the business of helping people. Period.  As the day dawned in Bangalore, Tel Aviv, London and Dublin, New York and the East Coast and across the U.S. to AOL's West Coast locations, the ...
May 17, 2013 3:15 PM ET
6th Graders Flex Their Social Media Muscles for Change!
AOL employees have partnered with sixth graders from Isaac Newton Middle School in Harlem, NY, spending the past semester learning about social engagement as it relates to the digital age. The students were asked as a part of their capstone project to choose an existing organization that incorporates the theme of education. They would then use social media to organize and...
May 2, 2013 11:00 AM ET
You’ve Got…Olivia Wilde and Revlon Run/Walk 2013
In partnership with EIF (Entertainment Industry Foundation) and Revlon, AOL is excited to have Olivia Wilde help kick off our support of this year’s EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women! Check out today’s You’ve Got segment to hear what Olivia has to say about this amazing event, and why you should join in on the fun if...
Apr 3, 2013 11:30 AM ET
Cycle for Impact
by Joey Blumenfeld In my current role at AOL, I find myself using the phrase “AOL is in the business of helping people, period” quite a lot but I’ve never felt it more than I did this past weekend. With the help of my co-captain, the incredible & fearless Janet Balis, I decided to rally AOL employees across the country to participate in Cycle for Survival...
Mar 11, 2013 2:30 PM ET
AOLers Respond to Sandy
From helping impacted communities, to offering a hand for colleagues in need, when Super Storm Sandy hit, AOL employees responded immediately. Employees packed over two tractor trailers worth of food, water and supplies in Dulles, VA, and Baltimore and donations were sent to ravaged areas in New Jersey and Long Island. When the power went out, AOL connected New Yorker's...
Nov 8, 2012 3:10 PM ET