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.
Millions of children face challenges like food insecurity, chronic health conditions, and poverty. Nearly 50% of children live through an adverse childhood experience—with estimates increasing due to the ongoing pandemic.
under age 18 have had at least one significant
adverse childhood experience1
1 in 6
live in poverty; 73% are
children of color2
13M U.S. Children
live in food-insecure
40% of School-aged Children
have at least one chronic
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.
for Children with
for Indigenous Youth
Joyful Experiences for Children
with Serious Illnesses
SeriousFun Children’s Network empowers children with serious illnesses and their families to reimagine what is possible by creating inclusive camp and recreational experiences, inspiring confidence and joy, and building community and connection.
Nutritious Food in Schools
School meals have the potential to anchor a child’s nutrition, improving educational outcomes and the health and well-being of children across the US.
Through our partnerships, we support programming and advocacy, and seek policy changes to make school meals healthier and available to all children regardless of their ability to pay.
Nutrition Security for Indigenous Youth
Indigenous people are creating solutions to nutrition insecurity caused by centuries of the forced erasure and suppression of their traditions. Relying on their wisdom, we seek to aid in revitalizing and preserving their long-established approaches and supporting their innovative ideas.
- National Survey of Children’s Health. NSCH 2018 19: Number of Current or Lifelong Health Conditions, Nationwide, Age in 3 Groups website. childhealthdata.org. Accessed February 24, 2021.