Gildan enters two-year agreement with World Vision
Gildan and World Vision are partnering in an Education & Transformation of Children project in Honduras. As leaders in their respective industries, the partnership between Gildan and World Vision (WV) will help both organizations leverage a wider range of resources, use them more effectively and build on the strengths of both organizations to positively impact the communities where they both work.
See how World Vision’s Water programs are using P&G Purifier of Water packets to bring clean drinking water to rural Africa, Asia and Latin America.
TODAY, MILLIONS OF people around the world are forced to drink dirty, contaminated water. Nearly 1,000 children die every day as a result of drinking unsafe water and due to poor sanitation and hygiene. Fortunately, this global crisis is being addressed with vision, skill, and the life-changing magic of chemistry.
Key partnerships and innovation central to providing aid
KOHLER, Wis., March 22 2019 /3BL Media/ – Nearly 2.1 billion people lack access to safely managed water worldwide*. To encourage positive change and create meaningful impact, a combination of partnership and innovation is imperative to address pressing water and sanitation issues. Since 1996, Kohler Co., a global leader in the plumbing industry, and World Vision, a leading humanitarian organization, have collaborated frequently to provide access to clean, safe water in communities around the world.
In today’s increasingly complex world, businesses – and the visionary leaders behind them – are playing an important role in catalyzing the new, innovative and inclusive approaches needed to solve pressing global challenges and create more equitable, just and healthy communities.
Gildan’s founders began manufacturing apparel more than 30 years ago in Canada, with a fundamental belief that owning its factories was the only way to ensure that products were better quality and always manufactured in the most responsible way. They also believed that true innovation and long term success would come from believing in its people, for it would be in their excellence and commitment that great things could be found.
The state of Washington’s secretary of state says Weyerhaeuser has shown a strong sense of giving back to the community and making a difference. Secretary of State Kim Wyman named Weyerhaeuser one of five to receive the 2013 Corporations for Communities award, Washington’s most prestigious honor for civic excellence.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt partners with World Vision to distribute millions of award-winning textbooks, children’s stories, and adult and reference titles to schools, libraries, and nonprofits around the world.