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Case Study

Johnson & Johnson

Johnson & Johnson stays true to their guiding principles by using their size and reach for good, and working with partners around the world to forge a healthier and more equitable future for those they serve. Their Global Community Impact (GCI) organization drives programming for community giving, social impact, and other philanthropic activities around the world.

We had the chance to speak with Saadia Malik, manager of the Talent for Good program, and Yezenia Ramos, senior manager of employee engagement, about how their volunteer programs have shifted in the wake of the global pandemic. Johnson & Johnson's GCI team approached the transition of volunteer programming by taking the initiative to put a pause on volunteering programs before the official shutdowns, and evaluating how best to continue delivering outcomes to partner organizations in a virtual format.

    Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Volunteerism
  • Corporations
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Employee volunteering