Estojo Personalizado Demonstrador de Fragrâncias (11)98950-3543


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Iniciamos as atividades produzindo mochilas, bolsas e acessórios para marcas do mercado de moda, e para empresas em suas campanhas promocionais personalizando seus produtos com as cores e logomarca das empresas.

Com o crescimento da empresa, criou-se então, a oportunidade de desenvolvermos a costura que hoje possui uma linha completa de roupas sportwear e surfwear.

A experiência de 15 anos, o estilo, a inovação e a criatividade alcançou muito sucesso na parceria com os clientes corporativos agregando credibilidade e soluções as ações das empresas com a exclusividade do produto. Transformando brindes em presentes para seus parceiros e colaboradores.

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Estojo Personalizado Demonstrador de Fragrâncias (11)98950-3543

  1. 1. Media Kit UK and Ireland 2010/2011 February 2011
  2. 2. Media Contacts Corporate Media Contacts P&G UK Corporate Press Office T: 01932 896090 E: Web: Twitter: PGNewsUK Karen Adamson-Lloyd James Williams Corporate Communications 01932 896469 07825 978894 Corporate Communications 01932 896483 07769 164142 Marina Barker Janette Butler Corporate External Relations 01932 896310 07787 105795 P&G Community Matters 01932 896013 James Nunn P&G UK Olympics Communications 01932 896741 07900 960419
  3. 3. P&G UK and Ireland at a Glance At a Glance P&G is a global, publically traded (NYSE:PG) Company and is the largest consumer packaged goods company in the world. In the UK and Ireland we’ve been creating brands, inspired by the needs and aspirations of our consumers, for 80 years. P&G serves about 4.2 billion people in the world today. And P&G people work to make sure the Company’s brands live up to their promise to make everyday life just a little bit better, now and for generations to come. P&G’s single, unifying growth strategy is rooted in our enduring Purpose: We will grow by touching and improving more consumers’ lives in more parts of the world… more completely UK and Ireland Head Office: Operations: Employees: Established: Weybridge, Surrey 15 sites across the UK and Ireland approximately 6,000 1930 (UK); 1980 (Ireland) Global Sales: $78.9Billion (2010) Brands: P&G’s well-known, trusted brands touch the lives of consumers in more than 180 countries P&G IN THE UK AND IRELAND: P&G operates 15 sites in the UK & Ireland. As well as commercial offices in Surrey, Dublin & Harrogate, three of P&G’s global innovation centres are in the UK working on the latest science and technology for the company’s blades & razors, laundry and skincare products. P&G also has a significant manufacturing base in the UK serving operations all across Europe and a global financial services function based in Newcastle. LEADERSHIP: P&G UK and Ireland is led by Irwin Lee, Vice President and General Manager. STRUCTURAL OVERVIEW : P&G’s brands are segmented into two* key areas, or Global Business Units: - Beauty and Grooming - Household Care * effective February 2011 4.2 billion times a day, P&G brands touch the lives of people around the world. P&G Values P&G UK AND IRELAND BRAND LIST: Ace, Always, Ambi Pur, Anna Sui fragrances, Ariel, Aussie, Avril Lavigne fragrances, Bold, Boss Skincare, Braun, Clairol, Christina Aguilera fragrances, Clearblue, Crest, Daz, Dolce & Gabbana fragrances and make-up, Dreft, Dunhill fragrances, Duracell, Escada fragrances, Eukanuba, Fairy Fabric Softener, Fairy NonBio, Febreze, Fixodent, Flash, Gillette, Ghost fragrances, Glide floss, Gucci fragrances, Head & Shoulders, Herbal Essences, Hugo Boss fragrances, Iams, Kandoo (wipes), Lacoste fragrances, Lenor, Mach3, Max Factor, Nice‘n Easy/Perfect 10, Olay, Old Spice, Oral B, Pampers, Pepto Bismol, Pantene, Pringles, Regulan, Shockwaves, Silvikrin, SK-II, Tampax, Venus, Viakal, Vicks, Vortex, Wash & Go, Wella Leadership Ownership Integrity Passion for Winning Trust P&G Brands and P&G People are the foundation for P&G’s success. P&G People bring the values to life as we focus on improving the lives of the world’s consumers
  4. 4. Leadership Brands Recognised, Trusted, Valued Leading Brands Since 1930, P&G has been providing trusted brands that make every day a little better for people in the UK and Ireland. P&G’s Billion Dollar Brands Available in the UK and Ireland : ACE Ace is a global, multi-purpose brand of products whose uses range from stain removal to hygiene, and from surface care to whiteness Ace is specially designed to safely remove tough stains and to revive the brightness of your clothing. ALWAYS World’s leader in feminine protection products Launched in 1984 with four products. Today, Always is the leader in feminine protection, sold around the world with a full line of products. ARIEL Globally distributed laundry cleaning products Ariel was first introduced in Germany in 1967. New Ariel Excel Gel was designed to save energy in the manufacturing process, uses less packaging, reduces transportation costs and reduces consumers’ energy use. BRAUN Leading manufacturer of electric shavers, hair styling products, small appliances The Braun Company was started in 1921 in Germany. Braun became a wholly owned subsidiary of Gillette in 1984; Gillette was acquired by P&G in 2005. CREST Global line of dental hygiene products, including toothpaste, toothbrushes and floss Crest was introduced in 1955 and in 1960 it became the first toothpaste proven effective in the prevention of tooth decay. DURACELL Global line of personal power products The company was started in the early 1920s, but it wasn’t until 1964 that “Duracell” appeared on packaging. The name is shortened from “durable cell”. Today, Duracell is the world’s leading manufacturer of high performance alkaline batteries and also innovates in single-use, renewable, and personal device-charging technologies. LENOR Leading line of fabricenhancing products Lenor fabric softener was launched in the UK in 1973. Today it continues to offer exceptional softness and long lasting freshness.
  5. 5. FAIRY Leading range of dishcare products Fairy liquid first went on sale in the UK in 1960. Cleaning power and value for money are as important today as they were half a century ago, which is why Fairy has such as special place in Britain's hearts and homes. The Fairy range now includes products for dishwashers, as well as Fairy Non-bio laundry detergent and Fairy Fabric Softener. FUSION Globally distributed six-blade razor Introduced to the UK in 2006, Fusion is the fastest brand to achieve Billion Dollar status. It was the first razor with 6 blades (5 for shaving, 1 for trimming). GILLETTE World’s leading male grooming brand, including razors, hair care, body wash Gillette was started in 1901 as a razor company by King C. Gillette. P&G acquired the company in 2005. It continues to be a leader in innovation skin care. HEAD & SHOULDERS Globally distributed line of hair care products Head & Shoulders launched in 1961 with a proprietary formula clinically proven to reduce dandruff. IAMS Globally distributed line of quality foods and pet-care products that strengthen a pet’s immune system Iams was introduced in 1946 by Paul Iams, a former cattle-feed salesman looking to create a quality food product for pets. Today, the Iams brand supports pet adoption programmes and animal shelters. MACH3 Globally distributed threeblade razor Mach3 was introduced in 1998 and was the first razor with 3 blades. OLAY World leader in skin care products The original Olay formula was developed by an innovative and entrepreneurial South African chemist - Graham Wulff, in the early 1950s. Today, women choose Olay over the competition because it offers strong performance at a good value. ORAL-B World leader in the tooth brushing market; includes manual and power toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss Oral-B was created by Dr Robert Hutson, a California periodontist, in 1950, looking for a brush to better meet patients’ needs. Today Oral-B are the experts in oral care and the number one brand recommended by dentists. PAMPERS Global line of baby care products, including nappies and wipes Pampers was conceived in 1956 when a P&G grandfather decided people needed an alternative to messy cloth nappies. In 1962, Pampers was launched. Today, it is P&G’s number one selling brand in the world. PANTENE Global hair care brand, including a full line of proteinenriched hair products Pantene got its name from “panthenol” (pro-vitamin B-5), which was developed in 1940 in Switzerland and used to treat burns in WWII. It was soon found to improve the health, elasticity and the moisturization of hair. Pantene shampoo launched in Europe in 1947. PRINGLES Brand of potato snacks sold globally in an array of flavours Pringles was introduced in 1968, and today is sold in more than 140 countries and packaging produced in 37 languages. WELLA Global brand of hair care products and services designed for salons and range of consumer products in stores Wella was founded in 1880 by a German hairdresser. Today, Wella Professional is a leading supplier of professional products and services reaching about two million hairdressers worldwide. Wella also sells products directly to shoppers in stores.
  6. 6. Irwin Lee Vice President and General Manager, P&G UK & Ireland Irwin Lee, of Filipino and Chinese descent, has been with P&G since 1985. Irwin joined P&G as a graduate in the Financial Department and rose to become Chief Financial Officer of Japan/Korea and Greater China. From there, he crossed over to Marketing and then to General Management. Residence Surrey, UK Date of Birth 8th June, 1964 Place Manila, Philippines Education Bachelor of Science in Commerce (major in Accounting) Summa Cum Laude from De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, 1984 He has held several international assignments in various countries, mostly in Asia (Greater China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Philippines) as well as time spent at the P&G headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. Irwin moved to Surrey in July 2007 to become leader of P&G’s UK and Ireland business which is one of the largest in the P&G global market. Positions Held & Dates: “Consumers embrace value beyond price. With the counterbalance of innovation, we can differentiate our stores and our brands and win the consumer value equation. We’ve learned this lesson over time and across geographies.” Vice President and General Manager, P&G UK & Ireland 2004 Vice President, P&G Greater China Fabric & Home Care, and Greater China Chief Marketing Officer 2003 Vice President, P&G Greater China Chief Finance Officer, and Marketing Director, China Fabric & Home Care General Manager, P&G Greater China Finance & Accounting 1999 Date Joined P&G September, 1985 2007 2000 Third Place, Philippines National Licensure Examinations for Certified Public Accountants, 1985 Finance Director, P&G North East Asia 1998 Finance Director, P&G Japan 1996 Comptroller, P&G Asia 1994 Finance Manager, P&G China Laundry & Personal Cleansing 1992 Finance Manager, P&G Asia Cosmetics, Fragrances & Skin Care 1991 Group Manager, P&G Worldwide Finance & Accounting Systems, Cincinnati HQ 1990 Group Manager, P&G Corporate Financial Analysis, Cincinnati HQ 1988 Associate Comptroller, P&G Philippines 1985 Various P&G Financial Analysis and Staff Accounting Assignments
  7. 7. Roisin Donnelly Corporate Marketing Director, P&G UK & Ireland Roisin Donnelly is Corporate Marketing Director for Procter & Gamble UK and Ireland. She is responsible for marketing on all P&G brands, including the Gillette portfolio. Residence Surrey, UK Her previous roles include Marketing Director for Fine Fragrance in North and Education MA (Hons) English with Maths & Economics, University of Glasgow this she was Marketing Director for Cosmetics and Fragrances for Western Europe, Date Joined P&G 1985 achieved market leadership across UK and Europe. South America where she launched Hugo Boss, now global market leader. Before Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa. She has also led the UK and Western European haircare business launching Wash & Go and then Pantene which both Under Roisin’s leadership P&G UK & Ireland marketing organisation has won a record number of marketing awards including 9 Product of the Year awards in “2010 will be a year of consumer-driven innovation. Our consumer is boss. We need to listen to them and demonstrate that we have heard them. Successful brands will have the right products, the right message and the right channels of communication, all tailored to delight the consumer.” 2009. She was also recognised as FMCG Marketing Employer of the Year and elected Marketer of the Year in 2007. Roisin is passionate about innovation and has led P&G’s increased marketing in new media. Roisin is Chairman of Cosmetic Executive Women, a member of the Marketing Group of GB, a member of WACL and a school governor. She is also on the business committee of Glasgow University. In 2009, Roisin was appointed President of the Marketing Society and will serve a four year term in this role. She is the first female president and the first P&G Manager to hold the office. Roisin was born and educated in Glasgow and is married with 3 daughters. She is a Celtic supporter and loves travel and the theatre. Positions Held & Dates: 2000 Corporate Marketing Director, P&G UK & Ireland 1996 Marketing Director, Fine Fragrances, P&G North & South America 1994 Marketing Director, Global Cosmetics & Male Toiletries, P&G Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa 1991 Marketing Manager, Cosmetics & Fragrances, P&G UK & Ireland 1989 Marketing Manager, Haircare, P&G Western Europe 1987 Brand Manager, Vidal Sassoon, P&G UK & Ireland 1985 Assistant Brand Manager, Head & Shoulders, P&G UK & Ireland
  8. 8. Geraldine Huse General Manager, Customer Business Development, P&G UK & Ireland Geraldine Huse joined P&G in 1986 as a graduate in the UK & Ireland sales organisation. Through the 1990s, she managed P&G’s Convenience Retail Channel in the UK and then moved into marketing, managing leading laundry brands in Residence Surrey, UK Education BSc (Hons) Genetics, Aberdeen University Date Joined P&G 1986 Poland. Since then, Geraldine has progressed through a number of senior leadership roles across P&G’s global business. She has been responsible for P&G’s Skin & Cosmetic business in Europe, the global Personal Cleansing business (focussing on China, NA, Canada and WE), and led the multifunctional business team for J Sainsbury in the UK. Geraldine then became responsible for overall Market Strategy in the UK & Ireland. Following an assignment in Geneva leading P&G’s Western European Market Positions Held & Dates: Strategy & Planning organisation, Geraldine is now back in the UK as General 2009 General Manager, Customer Business Development, P&G UK & Ireland Manager of Customer Business Development. Director, Market Strategy & Planning, P&G Western Europe Ireland sales organisation. Utilising her wide ranging experience across P&G’s Global 2007 2005 Director, Market Strategy & Planning, P&G UK & Ireland 2003 Business Development Team Leader, J Sainsbury Account, P&G UK & Ireland 2001 Associate Director, Beauty Care, P&G UK & Ireland 1999 Associate Director, Skin Care, & Cosmetics, P&G Western Europe & Personal Cleansing Global Business Unit 1996 Brand Manager, Ariel, P&G Poland 1995 ECR UK Manager, P&G UK & Ireland 1992 Convenience Retail Sector Sales Leader, P&G UK & Ireland 1986 Sales Manager, P&G UK & Ireland In her current role, Geraldine is responsible for over 400 people across the UK & business, her priorities are to develop both the UK commercial business and the P&G sales function. She is focused on ensuring the next generation of customer business teams continue to grow P&G’s leading brands through a relentless focus on working collaboratively with retail partners to serve consumer needs. Geraldine is a firm believer in doing the right thing; not just in the short term, but guaranteeing sustainable growth strategies that create real value for the consumer. Geraldine is a Trustee of the Industry charity, Caravan and is co-chair of ECR Europe’s Operating Board. “We define innovation broadly. It means bringing gamechanging innovation to market through our brands, but also driving innovative solutions with retailers on our commercial business and supply chain – this is the key to joint-value creation.”
  9. 9. Monique Picou Director, Supply Network Operations, P&G UK & Ireland Monique Picou is currently the Supply Network Operations Director for Procter & Gamble in the UK & Ireland. She is responsible for forecasting and planning across Residence Surrey, UK Education BSc Electrical Engineering, MBA Business Administration Date Joined P&G 1989 “Our supply chain, just like every part of our business, needs to be shopper-centric. Serving their needs is our number one priority and we focus on end-to-end collaboration across retail partnerships to achieve this” the 75+ portfolio of leading brands sold in the UK; ensuring smooth running supply operations and new product introduction, leading all aspects of the customer service & logistics interface with UK & Ireland retailers. After studying Electrical Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration, Monique joined P&G in North America. Following a range of roles in manufacturing plants in Kansas & New Orleans, Monique moved to P&G’s headquarters in Cincinnati as Category Supply Planner & Supply Chain Design leader for the company’s Coffee business in the US. From there, Monique moved into a Global role, leading corporate training & development programmes for Product Supply before taking on the management of P&G’s manufacturing site in Augusta, Georgia. Here, Monique oversaw the operations of a 400 people-strong Fabric Care facility producing over 45 million units worth over $1 billion in sales. Then, following three years as Supply Network leader for P&G’s Western European Fabric Care operations, Monique joined P&G UK & Ireland in 2010. Monique leads a fast-moving organisation which reaches across all 15 P&G sites in the UK & Ireland. She oversees Market Planning, Logistics and Customer Service, managing over 130 people to deliver cutting edge Supply Network Operations. Positions Held & Dates: With a focus on sustainable, collaborative solutions, Monique is a passionate 2008 - Fabric Care Supply Network Leader, P&G Western Europe advocate for shopper-centric supply chain innovation. She is also very active in 2005 - Plant Manager (Fabric Care) Augusta, Georgia, P&G North America In the US, Monique sat on the Board of Directors for United Way and the US 2003 - Global Product Supply Training & Development Leader, P&G 1999 - Category Supply Planner & Supply Chain Design, P&G North America 1989 - Various Manufacturing roles from Process Engineer to Operations Manager, Kansas & New Orleans, P&G North America P&G’s recruitment & talent development both in the UK & North America. Chamber of Commerce. She was a State Appointed Board Director for Workforce Development and for Families with Dependence as well as a member of the State Economic Development Board. Monique has also taught Economics & Maths at the University of Phoenix. Monique is married with three children. She is a strong proponent of health & wellbeing and work-life effectiveness initiatives and is very active in charitable organisations in and outside work.
  10. 10. Our Operations UK and Ireland Locations P&G has operations in 15 locations across the UK and Ireland. P&G people work to make sure the Company’s brands live up to their promise to make everyday just a little but better, now and for generations to come. Basingstoke P&G Salon Professional (Wella), Office and Distribution Centre Bournemouth Distribution Centre – Max Factor and prestige fragrances Dublin, Ireland Market Development Organization, (UK and Ireland MDO) Egham London Innovation Centre (LINC). Global Business Unit (GBU) for Beauty & Grooming Care. Developing cosmetics, fragrances and deodorants Harrogate Market Development Organization (UK and Ireland MDO) London (West Thurrock) Manufacturing Plant (Laundry) and Distribution Centre Nenagh, Ireland Manufacturing Plant - Max Factor cosmetics Newbridge, Ireland Manufacturing Plant - Oral B manual toothbrushes and power toothbrush refills, dental floss and Ethanol Cartridge refill for Braun Shaver cleaning centre Newcastle (Cobalt) Office (MDO) / Global Business Shared Services Centre for Europe, Middle East and Africa providing best-in-class cost structures and service levels Newcastle (Longbenton) Innovation Centre. Global Business Unit (GBU) for Household Care. Developing laundry powders for Europe, Japan and developing markets Manchester Manufacturing Plant - Pampers Reading Manufacturing Plant (Gillette) and Innovation Centre (RIC) Seaton Delaval Manufacturing Plant - Prestige Fragrances, Clairol Colourants, Pantene Pump Hairsprays Skelmersdale Distribution Centre for all UK and Ireland products (except fragrances) Weybridge (Brooklands) Market Development Organization (UK and Ireland MDO), UK and Ireland Head Office
  11. 11. P&G UK and Ireland Our History Company History In 1930, P&G established its first overseas (European) subsidiary with the acquisition of Thomas Hedley & Co Ltd, in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England. P&G’s purpose of making everyday life a little bit better lies at the heart of the our heritage. 1930 Thomas Hedley & Co Ltd* acquired by The Procter & Gamble Company, U.S 1934 Manchester manufacturing plant opens 1940 London; West Thurrock manufacturing plant starts production of soap powder 1941 P&G becomes one of the first companies to formally respond to consumer correspondence by establishing the Consumer Relations department 1952 P&G establishes the Procter & Gamble Fund to coordinate the distribution of money to charitable organisations 1957 Newcastle; Longbenton Technical Centre opens 1961 P&G launches Pampers 1962 Company name changed from Thomas Hedley & Co Ltd to Procter & Gamble Limited 1964 The Queen’s Royal Warrant granted to P&G Ltd as suppliers of soaps and detergents 1982 Norwich Easton Pharmaceuticals acquired 1985 Richardson-Vicks and Noxell acquired 1990 + 91 Shulton acquired / Max Factor and Ellen Betrix acquired 1998 Gillette Mach3 – the first razor with 3 blades – introduced 2001 Clairol acquired 2003 Wella acquired 2005 Gillette acquired 2009 P&G Pharmaceuticals Division divested to Warner Chilcott 2010 80 years old Fairy Liquid celebrates 50th Anniversary - 6000 employees -15 sites P&G WAS FOUNDED IN THE US IN 1837 BY TWO MEN WHO MET BY CHANCE William Procter, emigrating from England, established himself as a candle maker in Cincinnati and James Gamble, arriving from Ireland, apprenticed himself to a soap maker. The two might never have met had they not married sisters, Olivia and Elizabeth Norris, whose father convinced his new sons-in-law to become business partners. As a result, on October 31, 1837, a bold new enterprise was born: The Procter & Gamble Company. Their total assets were $7,192.24 * HISTORY OF THOMAS HEDLEY & CO LTD 1837 Two business men, Thomas Hedley and John Greene, founded the company Thomas Hedley & Co Ltd, City Road, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, manufacturing soap and candles 1897 Thomas Hedley & Co Ltd becomes a limited company 1917/18 post war Acquisition of James Dyson & Co of Elland, Yorkshire, John Pickering & Sons Ltd, Birmingham and Charles Stanley & Sons, Wath-on-Deane 1926 The original City Road site continues to expand and Fairy launches as first national brand William Procter James Gamble
  12. 12. Improving Lives… Now and for Generations to come Sustainability For P&G, sustainability is a responsibility and an opportunity to make improvements that matter, and to make life a little better for the greatest number of lives. Our commitment begins with our Purpose, Values and Principles in which sustainability is the driving force. We have been in operation for 173 years and to make certain we are around for another 173 years, we need to take care of the environment in which we operate. In 2007, P&G established five strategies for Sustainability and set goals to be achieved by 2012. 2012 Goals – Our progress so far. These goals, originally set in 2007, were increased in March 2009.
  13. 13. Our Vision for the Future Sustainability The next step of the journey – 2020 Goals: This vision is stretching and it will take decades to achieve. Yet, we are fully integrating it into our business and processes today. It will influence the products we develop, how they are produced and distributed, and the programs in which we make social investments. To ensure we make steady progress towards this vision, we also recently announced a set of milestone goals to be reached by 2020. They include powering our operations with 30% renewable energy, and replacing 25% of our petroleum-derived raw materials with sustainably-sourced, renewable materials. To help us deliver against these commitments, we’ve formed a three-year partnership with the WWF. They bring the best insights and research to our plans and, together, we’ll be addressing the issues of sustainable production and consumption in the consumer products industry. Shaping the future of sustainable consumption: Going beyond our operations, we recognise a huge part of our footprint as a company is the energy required for the use of our products in consumers’ homes. We leverage our strength of consumer understanding to deliver sustainable innovations without trade-offs in performance or value. To do this, P&G takes a scientific approach. We helped pioneer an approach called Life Cycle Assessment, which considers the environmental footprint of a product across its entire life cycle; from raw materials to manufacturing, to consumer use and disposal. By understanding the impact at each phase of the total life cycle, we can focus our sustainable innovations where they will have the most meaningful environmental improvement. Ariel Excel Gel: The energy needed to heat water in washing machines accounts for more than 70% of the end-to-end environmental footprint of a laundry product. So we focused our innovation on a product that cleans clothes brilliantly without the need for hot water. In 2008, we launched our breakthrough gel format into the laundry market. Ariel Excel Gel is a highly concentrated detergent designed to clean brilliantly even at 15ºc. As well as packaging, transport and waste improvements associated with the new concentrated format, consumers are saving money and energy on top of getting a better performing product. More than a quarter of UK households now wash regularly at 30° or less – up from just 2% before we started. This is over 58,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions prevented. The potential energy savings of everyone washing their clothes in cold water are staggering – enough to power the annual energy needs of a country the size of Ireland. But we still have a long way to go. There’s a lot of work ahead to convince the remainder of the population to turn down the dial.
  14. 14. Social Responsibility Sustainability Companies like P&G can be a force for good in the world. In the UK and Ireland our P&G Community Matters programme helps deliver our Live, Learn and Thrive commitment. Our people and our brands are our greatest assets and together, they are a tremendous force that can make an impact that matters. Living Our Purpose Every Day P&G’s global cause – Live, Learn and Thrive – is improving life for children in need. Every second of every day, the cause helps two children get off to a healthy start, gain access to education, and build skills for life as they grow. By focusing P&G expertise, technologies, and resources to address these issues, we can help children to get off to a healthy start, receive access to education and build skills for life. Live Get off to a healthy start Learn Receive access to education Thrive Build skills for life For P&G, sustainability is a responsibility and an opportunity to make improvements that matter. Our Social Responsibility Goal will: Enable 300 million children to Live, Learn and Thrive. Prevent 160 million days of disease and save 20,000 lives by delivering 40 billion litres of clean water in our P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Programme. Touching Lives in Times Crisis Our global disaster response plan allows us to act quickly and effectively. Our first concern is for the safety and welfare of our employees. Within hours, we are also in contact with humanitarian partners to understand the scope and impact of the crisis, and how best to respond. P&G COMMUNITY MATTERS PROGRAMME Our Community Matters programme focuses on helping children and young people Live, Learn and Thrive. Nearly 1,500 employees from our 15 sites in the UK and Ireland volunteer their time to support our local communities. P&G UK and Ireland total charitable return for FY 0910 was valued at £5.8 million (recorded via London Benchmarking). P&G UK and Teach First: Addressing educational disadvantage In Kind Direct: Distributing surplus goods to charities nationwide Since 2002, over 2,500 different charities have benefited from in kind product donations from P&G UK via our partnership with In Kind Direct, one of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wale’s charities. Teach First recruit top graduates to teach for 2 years in challenging UK schools. We have a joint mission to improve the life chances of children from disadvantaged backgrounds through improved educational opportunities. We are Platinum sponsors and exclusive partners of Teach First’s Primary School Project. BRANDS BACKING GOOD CAUSES Not only do P&G employees lend their time and talents to Live, Learn and Thrive, but we also leverage the strength and reach of our brands to raise public awareness, engagement and donations to many charities. Max Factor and Look Good Feel Better (LGFB): Helping women manage the visible side effects of cancer treatment Not only do P&G Beauty Consultants volunteer their time and skills to LGFB workshops but P&G’s Bournemouth Distribution Centre has a dedicated member of staff to collate the corporate donations made by P&G and other beauty companies and then distributes the packs to hospitals taking part in the LGFB workshops. Pampers and UNICEF: Working Together for Healthy Babies Since 2006 the Pampers UNICEF “1 pack=1 life-saving vaccine” campaign has helped to protect 100 million women and their babies, with the help of mums across the globe. This year, with the launch of the new Pampers Big Kiss campaign in aid of UNICEF, people across the UK will be inspired to send their love further and help generate funding for even more vaccines to protect 170 million mothers and newborns. Fairy Make A Wish Campaign: Helping children achieve their dream wish Fairy have been supporting Make A Wish since 2004 with an annual Christmas campaign, helping the charity to grant 1,000 magical wishes a year for children fighting life-threatening illnesses.