Social Impact

Social Impact

Improving the social and physical well-being of people in need through social and community investments that increase access to sanitation, help children thrive and empower women and girls. Learn more here.

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Kimberly-Clark Earns Perfect Score on Human Rights Campaign’s 2017 Corporate Equality Index
December 12, 2106 /3BL Media/  - Kimberly-Clark today announced it earned a perfect score on Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation's ...
Dec 12, 2016 11:00 AM ET
Huggies Created the "No Baby Unhugged" Program to Ensure that all Babies Receive a Huggies Hug
We created the No Baby Unhugged program to ensure that all babies receive a Huggies hug. Watch why we believe in hugs and why all babies deserve a hug inspired by yours.   Learn more  ...
Dec 8, 2016 10:35 AM ET
Kimberly-Clark’s Beech Island Team Responds to Disaster Need
With little warning, Kimberly-Clark employees responded with locally made products from its Beech Island mill to assist over two-thousand evacuees from Hurricane Matthew. Imagine watching the news coverage and knowing that a huge hurricane is barreling down on the Caribbean, and is headed toward the Southeastern United States. The states of Georgia and South Carolina called for the...
Nov 29, 2016 9:05 AM ET
Huggies Brand Launches “No Baby Unhugged” to Ensure Babies Get the Hugs They Need to Help Them Thrive
DALLAS, Oct. 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Parents have been instinctively hugging their babies since the beginning of time, but research shows that this natural act can do more than calm a cry or soothe some stress. Hugs can help keep a baby’s heart beating at a normal rate, improve sleep and support healthy weight gain, according to a recent Huggies study titled...
Oct 26, 2016 1:00 PM ET
Conservationists, Citizen-Scientists, Kleenex® Tissues and Timberlands Team Up to Help Save Vulnerable Kãrearea as Nesting Season Begins
October 18, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Wingspan* has successfully rescued the first vulnerable Kãrearea eggs of the new nesting season. Earlier in September forest workers in collaboration with Wingspan, had sighted courtship activity of a Kãrearea pair thought to be making a nest (scrape) in a newly replanted area of Whakarewarewa Forest** next to a busy recreational area. Wingspan was...
Oct 18, 2016 4:00 PM ET

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