The organizations receiving grants provide a wide variety of services, such as physical and mental rehabilitation, career development, entrepreneurship, education and housing. Some organizations focus on female veterans.
The U.S. Postal Service announced today that award-winning actor and philanthropist Paul Newman will be honored on a Forever Stamp. The stamp will go on sale September 18, 2015.
With a $500,000 grant, the Connecticut-based Newman’s Own Foundation has helped fund a special exhibit at the Library of Congress that includes more than 200 items and 70 audio-visual recordings illustrating the centuries of struggle for racial equality.
The Kennedy Center received a $1 million gift from Newman’s Own Foundation to endow its “Any Given Child” program, an arts-education program for K-8 grade students.
A new Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) original documentary tells the story of Connecticut’s version of Santa Claus. Paul Newman’s legacy of changing lives for the better is the subject of “Give It All Away: Newman’s Own Recipe for Success."
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.