Top 50 Corporate Giver

Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)


Alfred T. Mays

Foundation program:

The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Fund
 % of giving is through foundation

Signature program:

Nine Signature Programs (see supporting information)
Johnson & Johnson and the worldwide family of companies share a value system that guides all actions ? Our Credo (see supporting information). The Credo states in the third paragraph "We are responsible to the communities in which we live and work and to the world community as well." Corporate Contributions works to meet this responsibility with programs that focus on five key areas: women's and children's health; community responsibility; access to care; advancing health care knowledge; and global public health. All of the signature programs, as well as non-signature philanthropy programs, fulfill needs in at least one of these five areas.

2004 cash donations $ 121,800,000
As pct. of revenue 0.3 %
As pct. of earnings 0.9 %
Change since 2003 23 %
Change since 2002 0 %

2004 in-kind donations $ 407,000,000
As pct. of revenue 0 %
As pct. of earnings 0 %
Change since 2003 42.6 %
Change since 2002 0 %

Projected increase/decrease no change

 Favored Issues
  arts   education   community development   health care   international
  Arts   Edu   Comm   Health   Intl

   Other / specifics:   Building and improving the infrastructure of the health care system (international)
Training health care professionals in developing countries

 Major Objectives

The Johnson & Johnson Worldwide Corporate Contributions vision statement is: A better world is possible by living the values of the Credo (see supporting information), which puts people before profits and reflects a philosophy of "A Company That Cares".
Specifically, we believe a better world is possible by: working toward global communities in which every person has access to quality health care; providing innovative solutions to today's--and tomorrow's--health care problems; creating unique and powerful partnerships to improve continuously the quality of health care; extending knowledge by sharing what we know and what we learn; demonstrating real results through improved health and quality of life; and
helping communities realize greater self-sustainability.