Procter & Gamble and its Communities


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Procter & Gamble and its Communities
Procter & Gamble’s social and philanthropic responsibilities include helping a lot of charities including one which feeds children in poverty. Moreover, P&G also takes responsibility for the environment and making sure that it is sustainable. Consumers these days want to know whether the products they are using are environmentally friendly or harmful, and want to make sure that products are in high quality and up to standards. In addition, whether through volunteering, community development, art & culture, and the environment, P&G has encouraged their employees to do their part for a better community. They have done successful program such as “Washing Hands Work” and “Future...
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