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Supporting our Troops and Veterans: From Facebook to the Front Line


By Russell Clayton, National Chair of the Veterans Leadership Council and Senior Manager Supplier Governance,  Johnson  & Johnson Supply Chain

A New Milestone in the Journey Toward Sustainable Palm Oil


By Simon Perry, Sourcing Manager for Sustainable Palm Oil, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Group

Newman’s Own Foundation Gives Grant to Community Servings; Johnson & Johnson Launches Digital Health Scorecard at mHealth Summit - Health Minute for January 7, 2013

Press Release

The charitable foundation of the Newman’s Own food company has awarded a $50,000 grant to Community Servings, a Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts non-profit. The organization will use the funding to develop its “Family Nutrition Initiative,” interactive workshops for formerly homeless families around Boston who are transitioning to housing. The grant was made through the foundation’s nutrition-focused funding initiative that aims to support new and expanding programs.

Let Me Run

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"Let Me Run" is a non-profit organization that shows boys how pounding the pavement can help them build healthy, lasting relationships. Morry Alter takes us on their inspiring journey.

About Johnson & Johnson
The values that guide our decision making are spelled out in Our Credo. Put simply, Our Credo challenges us to put the needs and well-being of the people we serve first.

Ten Days in Kenya: A Johnson & Johnson Employee Gives Back


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Happy New Year to our blog readers!  We’re kicking off 2013 by sharing a story about one of our employees, Melissa Katz, and her journey to Kenya to volunteer with the WISER school for girls.

Here’s what Melissa has to say:

Blessings in a Backpack

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Blessings in a Backpack provides elementary school children who are on the federal Free or Reduced Price Meal Program with a backpack of food to take home on weekends during the school year.

Janssen Announces Intent Not to Enforce Patents for Darunavir in Resource-Limited Settings

Policy Aims to Support a Sustainable Supply of Medically Acceptable Generic Darunavir in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and Least Developed Countries (LDC)
Press Release

November 29, 2012 /3BL Media/ - The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson today announced their intention not to enforce the patents they own and control on the antiretroviral (ARV) drug darunavir provided the darunavir product is medically acceptable and is used only in resource-limited settings.[1] This announcement is intended to assure generic manufacturers that they may manufacture high quality darunavir product used in SSA and the LDCs without a concern that Janssen will accuse these activities of infringing its darunavir patents.

JNJ Spends Thanksgiving by Giving Back


By , Director of Worldwide Corporate Contributions at Johnson & Johnson


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