has announced a three-year, $10 million commitment from healthcare products and pharmaceutical giant .
Announced at the organization’s second annual in New York City, the multi-million-dollar commitment will support programs to improve newborn survival, boost local activation, and provide gift-in-kind services around the world. In addition to the funding, Johnson & Johnson also will contribute advocacy and media/awareness building expertise as well as employee engagement services to the organization over the next three years.
"For twenty years, Johnson & Johnson has been a committed partner to Save the Children and their significant funding of our programs has created healthier communities and transformed the lives of children all over the world," said Save the Children president and CEO Carolyn Miles. "The announcement of a new global partnership with Johnson & Johnson will help to propel us forward over the next three years, and hopefully another twenty beyond that."