Global Social Responsibility

Tupperware Brands Foundation

The Tupperware Brands Foundation

Strategic social investments are at the heart of the Tupperware Brands Foundation which funds initiatives that enlighten, educate and empower women and girls globally. A mentor, an education, good physical and mental health—these are things that every woman should be able to provide her children and loved ones no matter who they are or where they live. The Foundation seeks to level the playing field for all women and girls, providing them with the tools to succeed in life and the resources to share their quiet confidence with others.

To discover how Tupperware Brands supports this mission in many countries around the world, select the country of your choice and click on its link.

  • Australia

    Nutrimetics Australia is a founding member of Look Good…. Feel Better, a community service program that restores the confidence and self-esteem of women undergoing cancer treatment. Consultants and staff come together to volunteer and donate significant amounts of product for worthwhile workshops. This year it is also partnering with Bravehearts Inc., an organization dedicated to ‘breaking the silence’ on child abuse by providing healing and counseling, creating prevention and protection strategies, and promoting the need for increased education and research. Nutrimetics shares Bravehearts’ vision of reducing the incidence of child sexual assault and making Australia and New Zealand a safer place to raise children.

    Tupperware Australia is also partnering with the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation and the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Proceeds from cause related marketing campaigns – including sale of the Enviro Bag are donated to these organizations.

  • Brazil

    Tupperware & Fuller Brazil will partner with Fundação Abrinq, a non-profit organization created in 1990 in response to the concerns of a group of business leaders concerned with the situation of childhood in Brazil. Almost one million children and young people have benefited from actions developed by the Abrinq Foundation and its partners. Because of this, Abrinq is recognized by Brazilian society as an authority on children and youth issues. Through a multi-product cause related marketing effort, funds raised will benefit the Foundation’s Nossas Crianças (Our Children) program, an initiative that brings together people and companies that contribute cash, products or volunteer services – and organizations that work, day after day to enhance the quality of life of children and adolescents in their communities.

  • Canada

    Tupperware Canada supports Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada’s Take IT EASY program, an initiative to foster self-esteem and confidence in youth. The program is directed at pre-teens and teens, critical age periods when profound physical and emotional changes, often accompanied by a drop in self-esteem and self-confidence affect children and their families. The programming incorporates guest speakers, hands-on activities, and field trips.

  • France

    Tupperware France & Fondation Coeur et Artères France will take a leadership role in the effort to inform and encourage women to modify the quantity and enhance the quality of the food they offer their families. Women are disproportionately impacted by heart disease – it is the leading cause of female deaths in France. By partnering with the Heart and Arteries Foundation, Tupperware Nutritionists and dietary specialist will offer food storage and food preparation workshops, and promotional leaflets, product catalogues and recipe books will feature their advice.

  • Germany

    Tupperware Germany and PerspektivFabrikt will partner to help children and adolescents develop life skills. The program is a site based residential summer camp for boys and girls ages 6 and up. Similar to Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the organization offers gender specific activities and programs that align with our focus on the development of young girls.

  • India

    Tupperware India’s holistic approach to sustainable development for women and girls relies on partnerships with local and international social service, education and healthcare organizations such as Literacy India and World Vision. Grass roots programs offer families free medical and health services, emphasize access to education and growth opportunities for girls, and empower women to achieve economic self sufficiency through entrepreneurial initiatives.

  • Mexico

    Tupperware Mexico’s Mujeres por las Mujeres initiative and Fundación Origen offer Tupperware sales force members professional advice and counsel on domestic, legal and health-related issues via a dedicated 800 national help line. The program launched last August, has positively impacted many women and their families, and has captured the hearts of consumers willing to support the cause related campaigns that fund the program.

    Fuller Cosmetics México and Club de Niños y Niñas de México are partnering to offer children a chance for a better future. The positive place for kids--Boys and Girls Clubs located throughout the United Sates and Canada—has inspired private citizens and government officials in neighboring Tijuana Mexico to raise funds for a state of the art Club that will serve more than 500 disadvantaged children in this border community. The group is confident that its strategy will be adopted nationally and Fuller Cosmetics has joined the effort.

  • Nordics

    Tupperware Nordic has launched a cause related marketing campaign to benefit the Danish Center for Translational Breast Cancer Research. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in women today and the most common cancer among women in the Western world. In Denmark alone, the number of new cases diagnosed every year has tripled over the past 40 years. Tupperware Nordic encourages mothers and their daughters to support the campaign and become educated on symptoms and early detection. The Center is a unique virtual hub that brings together scientists working in various areas of pre-clinical cancer research with oncologists, surgeons, pathologists and radiologists, in an integrated, mission-oriented environment that has no national or international counterpart.

  • Russia/CIS

    Tupperware CIS, UNICEF & Nastenka Foundation, a local charity, are partnering to help families stay together through tough times and provide a supportive network for women and girls. Tupperware CIS has supported this organization with effective cause related programs and sales force engagement. UNICEF’s involvement will provide national visibility and enhanced funding opportunities.

  • United States

    Tupperware U.S. is the national sponsor of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s SMART Girls program. SMART Girls has programming directed for girls ages 8-12 and 13-17, critical age periods for girls when they experience profound physical and emotional changes, often accompanied by a drop in self-esteem and self-confidence. The programming incorporates guest speakers, hands-on activities, and field trips. But at the heart of SMART Girls is the mentorship component. A relationship with a mentor is a powerful tool and many of the girls in the program are benefiting from having a Tupperware Brands female sales force member or associate as a mentor. The program reached thousands of young girls helping to stem the tide of high school dropouts, teen pregnancy, and the rising rates of alcohol, cigarette, and drug abuse.

  • Uruguay

    Nuvó Cosmeticos SA and Fundación Logros have a 10 year track record of partnering on an internationally renown program that teaches young children and their families organic farming and healthy eating habits. The mission of Fundación Logros is to contribute to sustainable social development by taking individual development as a starting point, through formal and non formal educational processes. The Organic Orchard Program is a tool which encourages children's individual and collective development as well as their school and community environment. It also enhances the value of the school as a means for social progress.

  • Venezuela

    Tupperware Venezuela has established Fundación Tupperware Brands Venezuela as a vehicle to raise and distribute funds to local programs that benefit women and girls. It is partnering with Venezuela sin Límites, an organization that offers support, leverages resources and expands outreach for more than 340 social development organizations nation-wide. The first campaign presents a collection of decorated tumblers that depict the basic rights of all children: the right to equality, the right to grow up protected by a caring family, the right to an education and recreation, and the right to work to create a better future.

Tupperware Brands Foundation is an abbreviated name for the Tupperware Brands Charitable Foundation, a Delaware nonprofit corporation which is exempt from federal tax under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.