In collaboration with the release of Dunkirk, Contact, a collaboration of UK military charities, made a video featuring veterans from Dunkirk, Afghanistan, and Kosovo talking about their experiences in conflict zones and returning to civilian life.
The 2016 Time Warner CSR Report highlights our efforts to creative a positive impact with everything we do, enterprise-wide. Three key focus areas of the report help illustrate this: Purposeful Storytelling, Engaging with Impact and Creating Responsibly and Sustainably.
The Warner Bros. Emerging Directors Workshop showcased five short films at its inaugural film festival held on the Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank.
The Mill at Warner Bros. Studios donated hundreds of items from its store to Habitat for Humanity! The donation will help service Habitat’s mission of building affordable homes for families in need.
Time After Time invited dozens of nonprofits to take home materials, props and surplus items that were no longer needed by the production.
Congratulations to our two WB winners of the Time Warner Richard D. Parsons Community Impact Awards, for the positive impact they make in the lives of others.
This year, 660 Warner Bros. employees around the world served 35 charities and volunteered over 2,100 volunteer hours during Global Volunteer Week.
Warner Bros. Technology welcomes Girls Who Code’s Summer Immersion Program.
Meet our 2017 REACH Honorship recipients! READ MORE…
Warner Bros. and HBO employees learned how to serve responsibly and be more effective on nonprofit boards through this month’s Board Leadership Program.