Paul Newman, who died in 2008, was not only one of my favorite actors, he was one of my favorite people... He cared about our veterans.
As the war winds down in Afghanistan and America’s attention wanes, the Newman’s Own Foundation is in the process of pumping $7 million into dozens of organizations that help service members, veterans and their families.
Robert H. Forrester, president and CEO of Newman's Own Foundation, traveled to Brigham Young University last week to participate in its Innovation of Social Entrepreneurship Case Competition.
Bob Forrester, the CEO of Newman's Own, joins The Startup to talk about Paul Newman's incredible legacy, and the great work being done by his foundation.
I have always looked at Newman’s Own as an original pioneer in the social enterprise sector. An inspirational source—like a bold older sister that helped pave the way for organizations like Echoing Green.
Newman’s Own Foundation recently awarded a $150,000 grant to Edible Schoolyards New Orleans to fund the expansion of First Line Schools’ Whole Child, Whole School, Whole Community initiative.
Chris Schueler, the Albuquerque-based filmmaker, has worked with the Cody Unser First Step Foundation in bringing awareness about living with paralysis.
How does Newman’s Own celebrate donating $350 million to charities around the world? Give more, of course.