OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE

COVID-19 response
Stepping up as a force for good

In 2020, we stepped up our efforts to be a force for good and a force for growth by doing our part to help people and communities overcome the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

While the pandemic remains, so does our commitment to step up and continue to help.

We’re answering the call to do even more, guided by three core principles:

  1. Protecting the health and well-being of P&G people;
  2. Serving consumers around the world who count on our brands and the benefits they provide;
  3. Supporting communities, relief agencies and people who are on the front lines of this global pandemic.

Taken together, they ensure P&G will be there for the employees, consumers and communities who have always been there for us.

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A WORD FROM OUR CEO DAVID TAYLOR

In service to people everywhere who are caring for their families and communities — all day, every day, P&G people are stepping up and serving others as a force for good.

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P&G COVID-19 response

OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE TOP STORIES

PROTECTING P&G PEOPLE

We are helping P&G people work confidently – standing with and behind them – with a rigorous focus on health and safety through:

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  • Safety protocols and manufacturing of protective gear to keep them safe on site;
  • Network and collaboration tool upgrades and training to ensure sufficiency and flexibility when they work remotely; and
  • Enhanced benefits and wellness resources to help navigate the challenges of managing work and family.

Protecting P&G People with ‘Care & Courage’

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Protecting the health and well-being of P&G people is our priority during this trying time. We support team members around the world so they can stay safe while serving our consumers. To do this – we “role-model courage and care,” said our Chief HR Officer Tracey Grabowski.

“We try to role-model courage and care in everything we do, and I’m seeing that in spades around the world,” said Chief Human Resources Officer Tracey Grabowski.

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SERVING CONSUMERS

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We’re constantly finding new ways to deliver more of the products consumers depend on.

We’re improving everyday life with technology, delivering innovation solutions for Happy, Healthy, Hygienic Homes. We’re using our brands’ voices to share important safety, cleaning and hygiene messages with consumers.

P&G, Collaborators Develop and Distribute Innovative Nasal Swabs

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P&G developed an innovative nasal swab with partners as part of our commitment to help communities address supply shortages and to bring creative solutions to bear on the challenges facing laboratories and supply chains during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES

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The extraordinary events of 2020 have made it clear that brands and companies have a responsibility to society and the world around us. P&G is determined to Lead with Love and to make 2021 the year we all come together to do more and do better for communities, equality and our planet.

In 2020, we donated tens of millions of dollars in cash, product and in-kind support to individuals, families and communities, helping ensure that they have access to the everyday essentials many of us take for granted.

We believe that even the smallest acts of good can make the world a better place. Please join us and #LeadWithLove at www.pggoodeveryday.com.

P&G and Global Citizen team up on World Recovery Plan sustain post-pandemic recovery

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Right now the world is facing serious challenges that impact all of us.

We’re stepping forward to Lead with Love through our company and brand acts of good supporting key aspects of Global Citizen's World Recovery Plan.

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Rakona Plant Steps Up For Health Care Workers and Students

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As a response to the COVID-19 crisis in the community of Rakovnik, Czech Republic, P&G Rakona plant stepped up disinfectant production, contributed Ariel and Fairy products to the hospital, and even donated laptops to local students to enable remote education.