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Campbell’s Healthy Communities: Year 8 Update

By Kate Barrett, Senior Manager of Community Affairs At Campbell, supporting and nurturing our communities is core to who we are. We believe it is important to build healthy hometowns – and measure our performance against our goals. A 10-year, $10 Million Commitment Back in 2011, we launched an innovative initiative to measurably improve the…

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Campbell Soup Foundation Celebrates Camden Community Partners

From the beginning, we’ve proudly called Camden, New Jersey home. As we celebrate our 150th anniversary, we’re reaffirming our commitment to building strong community connections in our hometowns. This month, we brought together our Camden community partners for the Campbell Soup Foundation’s 15th networking breakfast. We celebrated our 150th anniversary, along with the achievements of…

Chefs at Cathedral Kitchen

150 Years of Giving That Matters

This Giving Tuesday, as we celebrate our 150th anniversary and reflect on our past – we’re also looking forward to what’s next. That’s why, in honor of our 150th Anniversary celebration, we’ve made some big changes to our employee giving campaign. These changes better deliver on the promise of our purpose: Serving and supporting our…

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…

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…

Making a Difference That Matters

by Kim Fortunato, Director, Community Affairs   Campbell has a long history of giving back to our local communities – through financial support, in-kind donations, volunteer service and human capital. For decades, the company has focused its efforts on nourishing our neighbors and worked to create vibrant communities where we have operations.   But as…

INVESTING IN CAMDEN NEIGHBORHOODS

  by: Amanda Bauman, Senior Manager of Community Affairs  We’ve long been committed to increasing the well-being of the communities where we live and work. We’ve made important contributions through the Campbell Healthy Communities program, the Campbell Soup Foundation, cash and in-kind support and employee volunteerism.   We’re also supporting our Camden community through the…

Nurturing Campbell Neighborhoods

Giving back to our communities and supporting our hometown of Camden, N.J. is our Purpose in action. We do this through programs like our STEM Career Accelerator Day, Food Bank donations and our recent annual Make a Difference Week. We understand there are many ways to build and sustain a healthy community. In addition to…

Living our Purpose as Make a Difference Week Kicks Off

Giving back is in our DNA and this week marks the start of our much-anticipated week of community service, Make a Difference Week. Ten years ago, at the urging of an overwhelming number of employees who volunteered for the original “Make a Difference Day,” our program expanded to a full week dedicated to building healthy…

Fourth Graders Come in First With Cooking Matters

By: Jane Freiman, Director of Campbell’s Consumer Test Kitchen   After six years, I still get excited to welcome young Camden students to our WHQ to participate in the Cooking Matters hands-on nutrition education experience.   For the past six weeks, our employees teamed up to host 10 terrific fourth-grade students from KIPP Cooper Norcross…