Paul Newman may be celebrated as one of most iconic movie stars of the 20th century, but one of the achievements the actor was most proud of was helping others when cameras weren’t rolling.
The Newman’s Own Foundation has escaped crippling taxes thanks to new federal legislation that protects businesses, like Newman’s, who give 100 percent of their profits to philanthropy.
Sacred Heart University’s Film and Television Master’s Program (FTMA) has received a $20,000 grant from Newman’s Own Foundation to develop a series of one-minute films promoting inclusion and diversity.
Late actor Paul Newman’s grocery brand has donated almost half a billion in profits to nonprofits for more than three decades.
Newman’s Own pioneered the idea of a philanthropic enterprise. Now, it’s helping to coalesce a new movement.
Kelly Giordano, Managing Director of Newman's Own Foundation, has been elected to the CCP Board of Directors.
Many people will identify Mr. Newman as the philanthropic kingpin, whose Newman’s Own food brand has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for charity.
An Interview with Robert Forrester, President and Chief Executive Officer, Newman’s Own Foundation and Executive Chairman, Newman’s Own, Inc.