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UNCF Dallas Recognizes Kimberly-Clark Foundation for Helping Students Achieve College Success

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The Kimberly-Clark Foundation proudly accepted the 2021 Masked Award last month during the Dallas United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Mayor’s Masked Ball. The black-tie gala is an annual signature fundraising event that raises thousands of dollars for North Texas minority students so they can achieve college success.

Advocating for More Women in Science Is Personal

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If you ask Ntokozo Sithole – the general manager at Kimberly-Clark’s Enstra manufacturing facility in South Africa – what drives her to succeed daily, she’ll say without hesitation, “having more women in manufacturing and science, especially in leadership roles.”

Ntokozo says science has always been part of her life. She studied science and engineering in the 1990’s and has been in the industry for 28 years. She remembers the environment for a woman in science back then as less than welcoming.  

VetDogs Remove Boundaries and Change Lives

Imagine a world where you’re struggling with a combination of impaired vision, limited mobility and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). That’s the reality for many of our veterans. But there is hope, and it comes with four legs – a VetDog.
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For Joe Worley, a U.S. Navy veteran and a father of three, simply getting up off the floor and retrieving his shoe used to be a daily struggle. He lost his left leg and severely injured his right leg in 2004 after stepping on an IED bomb in Iraq while serving his country as a corpsman assigned to a U.S. Marine infantry unit.

Kimberly-Clark Mentors Collaborate With Female Entrepreneurs to Create Shared Value in the Sanitation Economy

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Sylvia Nyaga – an engineer and social innovator – is the founder of Syna Consultancy, which is a start-up that aims to provide the physically disabled and the elderly in Kenya with safe, dignified and sustainable sanitation facilities through the production of accessible portable toilets.

Who Wants to Be a Billionaire?

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What if we stop defining billionaires as someone who accumulates a billion dollars and instead define it as someone who helps a billion people? Through this lens, Kimberly-Clark’s chief scientist Pete Dulcamara says that everyone has an opportunity to become billionaires. We sat down with Pete to learn more about the company’s 2030 ambitions, why he’s so passionate about the sanitation economy, and the importance of staying true to his personal mission statement.

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What if we stop defining billionaires as someone who accumulates a billion dollars and instead define it as someone who helps a billion people? Through this lens, Kimberly-Clark’s chief scientist Pete Dulcamara says that everyone has an opportunity to become billionaires. We sat down with Pete to learn more about the company’s 2030 ambitions, why he’s so passionate about the sanitation economy, and the importance of staying true to his personal mission statement.

Amidst Pandemic, Kimberly-Clark Continues to Address Global Sanitation Crisis Affecting Two Billion People

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As the global COVID-19 pandemic began to unfold earlier this year, many focused on ensuring access to essential products, like toilet paper. Yet two billion people around the world still lack access to basic sanitation and clean water.

Diaper Banks Deliver Hope One Diaper - and Menstrual Pad - at a Time

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The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for both diapers and period supplies in the U.S., and local diaper banks predict that the demand will only rise as the pandemic evolves. Kimberly-Clark’s North America Huggies® and U by Kotex® brands are working to help meet this need – during the pandemic, and beyond.   

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The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for both diapers and period supplies in the U.S., and local diaper banks predict that the demand will only rise as the pandemic evolves. Kimberly-Clark’s North America Huggies® and U by Kotex® brands are working to help meet this need – during the pandemic, and beyond.   

Kotex's “4 Voices, 40 Minutes for Women and Girls” Featured Partners, Passion and Empowerment

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In ten years, the stigma and shame associated with menstruating could be dissolved worldwide, and millions more women could have access to period products than today, when half a billion go without.

Kimberly-Clark’s Kotex Brand to Host “4 Voices, 40 Minutes for Women and Girls” on May 27

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As Kimberly-Clark marks the 100th anniversary of its Kotex brand, the company is hosting a global conversation on how Kotex and their global NGO partners will champion the progress of women and girls for the next century.

Thinking Like the Consumer: Kimberly-Clark Leverages Brand Insights to Elevate Compliance Programs

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Kurt Drake, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Kimberly-Clark Corp.

Great brands like Huggies, Kleenex, Scott, and Kotex take deep consumer insights and apply them to every aspect of a product’s design, packaging, and marketing.  It’s a continuous cycle that repeats itself in order for these essential brands to stand out with consumers.

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