Health and Wellness
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[Editor's Note: United Health Foundation, American Public Health Association, and Partnership for Prevention released the 25th Annual America’s Health Rankings® this week.]
[Editor's Note: Walmart was the winner of the 2014 Corporate Citizenship Health and Wellness Program Award at this year's Citizens Awards, which took place on November 20, 2014.]
Mondelez International, the world’s largest snack company, delights consumers with treats, including biscuits, chocolate, and gum, from brands like Oreo, Cadbury, and Trident.
In February 2011, Campbell Soup Company announced the launch of a 10-year, $10 million initiative to reduce childhood obesity and hunger by 50% in our hometown of Camden, New Jersey, which has been Campbell world headquarters since 1869.
Pfizer is challenging Americans to tackle fears of getting old (or #FOGO) through GetOld.com, a social and digital initiative developed in 2012 to foster candid conversation around aging and encourage people to take healthy actions to age the way they want.
Aramark and The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) have teamed up to fight childhood obesity through Home Plate, a new program aimed at teaching low-income parents to cook healthier meals for their families.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center (CCC) is convening an interactive webinar as part of our launch of the 2014 case study report, Building a Healthier World: Private Sector Solutions that Save Lives. We welcome Hugh Welsh, President of DSM of North America; Leah Birk, Chief Communications Officer of the WellPoint Foundation; and Nicole Robinson, Senior Director of Corporate Community Involvement at Mondelēz International.
Corporations that steward health and wellness in their communities can save lives and change the world.