Sustainability: Giving Back

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Sustainability: Giving Back

Sustainability is how you treat your people, how you treat the world, and how you treat the culture where you are.

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Partnering to Reduce Plastic Waste
To achieve our long-term sustainability goals, we partnered with Plastic Whale to remove plastic waste from the Amsterdam canals to be recycled into raw material. We are aiming to make cities’ waterways plastic-free. Learn more about this sustainability initiative: *...
Oct 26, 2018 3:30 PM ET
Builds Are Underway in Support of Habitat for Humanity
“On our Habitat for Humanity build days, we put values like teamwork, excellence and innovation into action. Our community and our team are stronger for it.” Avery Dennison believes in supporting the communities where our employees live and work. We look for local needs and opportunities for our employees to volunteer time and resources to making their communities stronger. Across the...
Aug 28, 2018 2:05 PM ET
Keeping the Dream of Education Alive Amid Conflict
The Avery Dennison Foundation focuses its giving in three core areas: Sustainability, Education, and Women’s Empowerment. In many cases, our giving is inspired by employees who recommend organizations for grants, which allows the Foundation to connect our employees’ charitable interests with the company’s philanthropy. Last year, a group of employees in Europe reached out to the...
Aug 23, 2018 1:20 PM ET
Making Friends With the LA River
“The FoLAR volunteer event was a great experience for team bonding, cleaning up the environment, and enjoying local green spaces in the urban area." On June 20, 2018, the Avery Dennison corporate Green Team and employees from our headquarters in Glendale, California gathered at Bette Davis Park in Glendale to volunteer a day of service with the...
Jul 3, 2018 2:10 PM ET
Avery Dennison Employees Step Up for Puerto Rico Relief
When Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September 2017, it launched a devastating, ongoing humanitarian crisis. Government agencies stepped in, supported by the Red Cross, NGOs and community organizations, to meet the needs of thousands of people left without food, shelter, clean water, or basic supplies. A team of Avery Dennison employees also stepped up, collecting 176 boxes of water...
Mar 20, 2018 3:15 PM ET