Monthly Archives: April 2015

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Campbell Employees Volunteer at World Meeting of Families – Philadelphia 2015

Philadelphia will be in the world’s spotlight this September when Pope Francis visits the city. The World Meeting of Families – Philadelphia chapter had an official kick-off meeting today to celebrate the highly anticipated online volunteer registration for the Papal Visit and Campbell employees lent their support to the volunteer efforts. “Our company was founded…

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Making a Difference One Garden Bed at a Time

The sky opened up and rain poured down, but that didn’t stop Campbell’s Corporate Leadership Team, including President and CEO Denise Morrison, from volunteering to build raised garden beds at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Camden, NJ, as part of the company’s annual service week. Mother Nature moved the project indoors where the 20-person team…

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Campbell Highlights Volunteerism During Annual Make a Difference Week

“That breakfast was m’m m’m good!” said Jonathan, a client of New Visions Homeless Day Shelter in Camden, NJ.  He was referencing, of course, the delicious egg and turkey sausage bake with fresh bananas that was cooked and served by a team of Campbell employees to Jonathan and 80 of his fellow Camden residents.  “For…

Campbell Applauds Introduction of Trade Promotion Authority Legislation

CAMDEN, NJ (April 16, 2015) – Denise Morrison, President and Chief Executive Officer of Campbell Soup Company, today praised the introduction of legislation in the U.S. House and Senate that would grant the President “fast track” negotiating authority for free trade agreements. “This legislation accelerates Campbell’s ability to expand into faster-growing international markets, such as…

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How Campbell is Making a Difference One Community at a Time

Dave Stangis, Vice President- Public Affairs and Corporate Responsibility, joined Campbell in 2008 and is responsible for the company’s overarching CSR, Sustainability & Community Affairs strategy, as well as the Campbell Soup Foundation. We were fortunate enough to interview him for our latest Camp Campbell virtual mentorship session (video below). Here are some of the…