Social Responsbility

Helping Through Volunteerism

At SC Johnson, we believe making a difference means more than just financial contributions. It also means rolling up our sleeves and lending a hand through volunteerism in our communities. That's a key part of being a family company.

Many SC Johnson employees share their time with worthy organizations, including community food banks and other service organizations. And, that service is recognized with our Dollars for Doers program in the United States, which rewards non-profit organizations for service there by employees or retirees.

Here are examples of SC Johnson people and operations around the world helping their neighbors and communities.

Mexico volunteer eventMexico: 120 SC Johnson Mexico employees held a cleanup event at a nature reserve. The company also works with the non-governmental organization Grupo Anima Efferus to protect a critical marsh area in Lerma. SC Johnson Mexico is also extremely active supporting young girls at risk. This year they are supporting 17 homes for girls, benefiting more than 1,600 girls.

United Kingdom: As part of SC Johnson U.K.’s annual Community Day, employees helped to renovate gardens at a local charity. Employees volunteered more than 1,000 hours on eight projects India volunteer eventaround our U.K. headquarters in Surrey.

India: Since 2009, SC Johnson India has been working to give back to the community by helping provide quality primary education to young girls. Working with an organization that provides the necessary services, SC Johnson India sponsors learning centers that focus on poor and disadvantaged communities, particularly in rural areas.

Germany: SC Johnson Germany donated money and time to plant new trees in a forest that had been ravaged by a storm and heat wave. Germany volunteer eventDozens of SC Johnson Germany employees and their family members turned out on a cold but sunny day to carry out the project.

China: SC Johnson Shanghai annually presents its SC Johnson Shanghai Youth Awards to deserving students. Dozens of students, teachers and other school leaders take part in the event, which showcases youth environment protection programs.

Canada: SC Johnson Canada set a goal of 4,000 volunteer hours — an increase of 60 percent from the prior year. Employees volunteered Canada volunteer eventwith Habitat for Humanity, the Brantford Food Bank, an Earth Day tree planting and more. By the end of the year, employees’ volunteer time had reached 8,800 hours.

Global: Following the powerful earthquake and destructive tsunami in Japan in early 2011, SC Johnson employees around the globe asked what they could do to help colleagues affected by the destruction. The SC Johnson Japan Disaster Assistance Fund was quickly established and ultimately raised more than $600,000 to help the people of SC Johnson Japan who needed major home repairs. The funds from their colleagues around the world are being used to help them rebuild and recover.

United States: Employees at SC Johnson global headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin, participate in the annual Earth Day clean-up of public areas around the Racine community, whether a bike path or along the shores of Lake Michigan. Over the past 12 years, employees have turned out with their families to help make Racine beautiful. Since 2010, the company has supported both financially and with volunteers The Mayor’s Annual Back-to-School, Stay-in-School Festival, in which 3,000 backpacks filled with age-appropriate school supplies are handed out to students who come to the event.

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