Syrian refugee crisis
From the incredible researchers who’ve dedicated their life’s work to fighting chronic diseases to those who work tirelessly to bring hope to underserved populations, we’re taking a moment to celebrate the company’s many heroes.
The gift of giving back: 3 amazing Johnson & Johnson employees who are making a difference in their communities
From acting as a “godmother” to young refugee boys in Finland to spearheading a program to provide free 3-D printed prosthetic hands to people in need throughout Asia, these employees are a force of good. For International Volunteer Day, we’re sharing their inspiring stories.
This holiday season, consider purchasing a present from the Save the Children Gifts of Joy catalog and provide kids around the world with access to education and other vital necessities to flourish.
Save the Children, a longtime partner of Johnson & Johnson, has created unique education programs in Lebanon to help displaced refugee children thrive. We traveled to the region to tell the stories of some of these amazingly resilient kids and their families as they rebuild their lives.
With his hometown of Deir Ezzor plagued by constant fighting, Abdullah Al Hommada had no choice but to flee his country for a chance at a better future outside of Syria. Today, he’s rebuilding his life in Leiden as a Janssen scientist.
What started as medical aid donated to the injured survivors of a devastating 1889 flood has evolved into a legacy of philanthropy that spans the globe. We look at key moments throughout history in which the company has mobilized to help people, including those recently affected by the devastating earthquake in Morocco.
At the 71st meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, the company announced a renewed commitment of $1 million to help refugees who have been displaced by the Syrian crisis.