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40 community impacts in 40 seconds

  By: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager Community Affairs   Each year, our week of service never ceases to amaze me.  Campbell employees from coast to coast in 28 of our U.S. locations rallied together to serve their communities during Giving That Matters Week. From picking oranges with Food Forward in Camarillo, CA, to planting trees…

Making a Difference That Matters Starts in Our Backyard

By: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager Community Affairs Volunteering is one of the most valuable things you can do for another human being, and it goes a long way. But as a Purpose-driven company, we have the opportunity – indeed, the responsibility — to give back on a larger scale. It is truly #GivingthatMatters. It starts…

Supporting agricultural innovation through tech start-ups

By Dan Sonke, Director of Sustainable Agriculture and Stacy Kimmel, Director R&D   Defining the future of real food requires fresh thinking, new business models, and an ecosystem of innovative partners. One way we’re leaning into the future of food and agriculture is through a partnership with Village Capital, a venture capital fund that connects…

Celebrating Earth Day, Every Day

By: Dave Stangis, Chief Sustainability Officer At Campbell, Earth Day is every day, but our teams make a special effort to bring awareness and impact to life for Campbell employees the week leading up to Earth Day. Hard to believe, but Earth Day has been around for more than 45 years. What started as an…

Meet Our 2018 Foundation Grantees

by Kate Barrett, Senior Manager, Community Affairs   The Campbell Soup Foundation team is thrilled to announce this year’s grantees. 33 community organizations received funding this year, driving our Campbell Community Affairs mission to strengthen and empower healthy communities in our Campbell hometowns.     Founded in 1953, the Campbell Soup Foundation provides financial support…

Water Serves Communities and Builds Livelihoods

by Andrea Chu, Sustainable Agriculture Analyst Water is our most vital resource and on World Water Day, I’m happy to share one of the ways Campbell is working to minimize water risks for our company and our hometown communities.   Recently, I got to see firsthand the great results of a ten-year long collaboration with…

Getting Real About Where Sustainability is Headed at Campbell

By: Megan Maltenfort, Senior Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility   For the past year, I’ve had the pleasure of working on the sustainability team at Campbell. I was excited to join a purpose-driven organization dedicated to doing right and being real and I’ve been impressed to see that we’re really living into these values. Our 2018…

Strength in numbers: uniting our annual giving back campaign 

By: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager Community Affairs   Each year, our United Way giving campaign connects us with millions of donors around the world–multiplying and maximizing our impact. Inspired by the United Way model, we are leveraging the power of collaboration as we launch this year’s campaign at Campbell.   For the first time in…

Local New Jersey Peaches Support Hunger Relief

By: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager, Community Affairs Peach season is upon us – an abundance of fresh, plump and perfectly juicy peaches available at every turn, from local farmers’ markets to grocery stores. But each time consumers shop for this delicious fruit, they search for the perfect peach. What does this mean for New Jersey…

Real Food for Real Communities

Inspired by our Purpose—Real food that matters for life’s moments—a group of Campbell employees produced 6,000 cans of Harvest ’16, a pasta dish with a hearty vegetable sauce created specifically to be donated to three local Philadelphia-area food banks for those in need. At Campbell, we believe that real food has roots, is prepared with…