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Johnson & Johnson’s People Centered Approach to Corporate Philanthropy Cited

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Back in 1943, Johnson & Johnson wrote their now-famous “Credo” that the company must be “responsible to the communities in which we live and work and to the world community as well.”  That was a radical idea back then, and is now commonplace in the corporate world. This article by Lauren Moore, Vice President of Global Community Impact at Johnson & Johnson, appearing in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, details some of the community work that they have undertaken, how they are integrating their work into the Sustainable Development Goals, and their “Talent for Good” strategy to support various levels of employee engagement.