To nourish and transform the lives of children who face adversity.
The Foundation continues Paul Newman’s commitment to use all the money that it receives from the sale of Newman’s Own products to support children, their families, and their communities.
More than $600 million has been donated to thousands of organizations, helping millions of people in the U.S. and around the world.
Continuing the commitment to "Give it all away"
Paul Newman was passionate about bringing joy to children. Our work today honors his commitment to improving children’s lives.
These organizations all work to improve the lives of children. We are proud to help further their missions.
Creating an environment in schools where all children engage in learning about nutrition while having access to healthy foods.
Encouraging children to reach beyond barriers to a place where they are not defined by their illnesses.
Establishing a holistic approach to the well-being of children on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Real people experiencing real impact
Read more about the organizations and people working to support positive growth and development for children every day.
Seriously Fun Camp
SeriousFun camps and programs are made for kids just like Sophie and give them the confidence to get out of their comfort zone.
Food and Identity
FoodCorps alum Paloma Jones loves introducing students to new dishes and celebrating treasured familiar ones.
The power of philanthropy
Newman’s Own Foundation is a private foundation funded through profits and royalties from the sale of Newman’s Own products.
Paul Newman—actor, race car driver, and philanthropist—used his good fortune to lift up those in need, especially children, and to help others continue his legacy.
The individuals who work at Newman’s Own Foundation are inspired to continue Paul’s legacy.
Our story is told best by those we inspire and those whose lives have been transformed.
Seeking to co-create
We are committed to giving 100% of profits to good causes, as well as driving resources to help kids who face adversity.