One important topic that P&G reports on regularly is our ongoing progress on environmental sustainability, including the responsible sourcing of raw materials like wood pulp and palm oil needed to make some of our products. Today we’re pleased to share an update on our efforts this year to protect our forests, helping to ensure no one has to choose between the products they use today and what they hope to preserve for tomorrow.
Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program Meets 19th Billionth-Liter Milestone
Handwashing is a critical component of staying healthy and good hygiene. Started in 2008, Global Handwashing Day is a day to focus on handwashing using soap to provide an easy, effective and affordable way to prevent disease.
At P&G, we’re never standing still. We’re always moving, growing, building and looking ahead to the next big breakthrough. This drive is in our DNA – it’s what created this company all those years ago, what kept us going through the decades and what keeps us forging ahead today.
With reports from the IPCC calling “code red” on climate, Americans are becoming exponentially more aware and concerned about the world’s climate crisis. Still, most are not sure how they can contribute to solving such an immense threat as an individual. One place they are looking for answers is the corporate sector.
New “Hope is in Your Hands” program donates $300,000 worth of hand hygiene essentials to underserved
CINCINNATI, October 4, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Today, Walgreens and Safeguard announced an exciting new collaboration with Americares to launch the Hope is in Your Hands program, which will provide 10 million handwashes to communities and families in need. Americares, a health-focused relief and development organization, helps communities prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters; increase access to medicine and medical supplies; improve and expand clinical services; and prevent disease and promote good health.
When Makee Manzano applied to work at P&G Philippines, P&G’s inclusive culture made a strong impression on him—even during the application process.
“It's not lip service as I've seen how my interviewers ensured that I was able to capture all their questions so I could be at my best when answering them,” Manzano said.
International Day of Sign Languages and International Week of Deaf People are important occasions to reflect on accessibility, inclusion and our commitment to create a more accessible and inclusive world for all starting from our own workplace.
8:46 Is the Time It Took to Take a Black Man’s Life. It’s Time to Reclaim This Number and Take the Time Back. To Turn Pain into Progress. 8:46 Is the Time We Will Take to Tell a Better Story, Reclaim Our Joy, And Reimagine Our Stories, 8 Minutes and 46 Seconds at a Time.
Tribeca Film Festival, SATURDAY MORNING, and P&G have joined forces to produce, finance, and promote films that are 8 minutes and 46 seconds in length in the hopes of turning a time associated with hate into a genuine reason for hope.