For years, we have used our voice as a leading advertiser to shine a light on inequality, highlight bias and spark dialogue that leads to understanding and action with award-winning short films like “The Talk” and “The Look.” We’ve also brought companies together for collective action under the “Take On Race” coalition.
At P&G, we’ve supported communities and consumers through unexpected challenges for more than 180 years – and stepped up to provide significant support for COVID-19 relief, equality and the environment in 2020. Today, we’re announcing a commitment to 2,021 acts of good for 2021, starting with our next major wave of contributions of health, hygiene and cleaning products, personal protective equipment (PPE), and financial support collectively worth tens of millions of dollars for COVID-19 relief efforts.
Today, we released our 2020 Citizenship Report, detailing progress across our Citizenship focus areas of Community Impact, Equality & Inclusion and Environmental Sustainability – all built on a foundation of Ethics and Corporate Responsibility.
#My2020Hero encourages people to share a photo and story on social media about a person who inspired or supported them during 2020.
The campaign is part of the Global Citizen Prize, an award show hosted by John Legend on Dec. 19, 2020, that celebrates the activists, world leaders, artists, and Global Citizens around the world working to create a better future for us all.
Life’s not predictable. That’s why P&G builds flexibility into our leave of absence plans… to meet the unique life stages, family dynamics, dreams and obligations our employees have.
One example is expanding a family. At P&G, we believe that caring for home and family has no gender. Our global minimum for paid parental leave allows ALL P&G parents to have an equal opportunity to care for and bond with new children.
Check out simple tips on how to make sustainable choices at home
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Yesterday was #AmericaRecyclesDay! Our #SustainabilityatHome series shares simple tips on how to make sustainable choices at home that positively impact ourselves, our families, our communities and the planet.
Over the last several months, personal and professional life have become one, merged for many under a single roof. It’s clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has upended every aspect of normal life – but what’s less clear is how these changes will impact the way we work – and live – in the months, years and decades to come.