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Tupperware Children's Foundation

At Tupperware, we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to grow up in a safe environment, develop self-respect, take advantage of educational opportunities and learn self-reliance. The Tupperware Children's Foundation was created to reinforce the company's core values and beliefs by offering financial support for at-risk children around the world. The Foundation does this through financial contributions to programs designed to protect, support, teach and empower children.

To discover how Tupperware supports at-risk children in many countries around the world, select the country of your choice.

U.S.
Austria
Canada
France
Germany
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Nordics and Baltic Regions
Philippines
Switzerland



U.S.
Tupperware U.S. supports Boys & Girls Clubs of America. Through Boys this organization we are able to reach over 3,300 Clubs serving approximately 3.6 million young people (ages 6-18) in America. Some of our special projects include a $1 million commitment to fund the construction of a new Boys & Girls Club facility in Osceola County Florida; sponsorship of Boys & Girls Clubs of America's Marketing & Communication Awards/Grants; Funding for a Summer Science Program and the funding for and opening of the Rick Goings Boys & Girls Club in Hemingway, South Carolina.
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Austria
Since 1995, Tupperware Austria has helped raise money to support a national organization called Licht ins Dunkel (Light into Darkness) which helps disadvantaged and disabled children through developmental programs throughout the country.
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Canada
Tupperware Canada supports Boys & Girls clubs of Canada, an organization of 100 Clubs serving over 140,000 children and youth in communities nationwide. Boys & Girls Clubs guide young Canadians toward responsible, fulfilling and productive adulthood by engaging them in activities that challenge and enrich their minds, bodies and spirits and nurture their self-esteem.
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France
Through SOS Children's Villages, Tupperware helps children who have lost their parents or who are no longer able to live with parents in a stable environment. Special emphasis is placed on preparing children for life on their own. Tupperware France works with SOS Children's Villages to construct homes in France for children in need.
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Germany
Tupperware Germany and McDonalds Kinderhilfe partnered to build a Hundertwasser House (named after a famous European architect) in Essen. The organization provides children and families a place to stay when receiving medical treatment. A section of the building will be named the "Tupper-Tower." This year, Germany's sales force selected and supported this campaign by selling 1 million units of the Tupperware® Mini Oysters.
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Japan
Japan has established a network of Boys & Girls Club-like facilities for children. Each center is equipped with playrooms, libraries, workshops and other facilities for children up to 18 years of age. Tupperware Japan plans to conduct a campaign to raise funds for Children's Centers around the country.
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Korea
In Korea, Tupperware provides financial support to an organization called Good Neighbors Inc. in Seoul, Korea. The organization concentrates on funding projects including orphanages, handicapped children programs, locating homes for disadvantaged children and their families and enabling disadvantaged young people to become self-reliant.
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Mexico
In Mexico, Tupperware supports Casa Alianza, an organization that monitors and cares for over 9,000 street children each year. Most of these at-risk children are orphaned by war or abused or rejected by dysfunctional and poverty-stricken families. Casa Alianza provides a positive alternative for homeless children by providing a sanctuary away from exploitation.
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Nordics and Baltic Regions
Through SOS Children's Villages, Tupperware helps children who have lost their parents or who are no longer able to live with parents in a stable environment. Tupperware will assist in the construction of a SOS home.
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Philippines
Bantay Bata 163 is an intervention program providing a holistic approach to the rescue and rehabilitation of abused children. A focus on family-strengthening programs also helps educate families on the role of family relationships as a preventative measure against child abuse.
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Switzerland
In Switzerland, Tupperware supports an organization called ASPE or the Swiss Association for Children Protection. ASPE programs focus on preventative initiatives that include a public awareness campaign and seminars for people working with children suffering from violence and neglect. Tupperware conducts cause-related campaigns that involve both product and monetary donations.
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