100% Profits to Help Kids

Newman’s Own nourishes and transforms the lives of children who face adversity.


Fighting for kids since 1982

When Newman’s Own first began, Paul Newman declared that 100% of the profits would go to good causes.

The mission continues today through Newman’s Own Foundation. In total, more than $570 million has been donated to good causes since 1982.


Childhood hardship in America

Newman’s Own Foundation nourishes and transforms the lives of children who face adversity.

34M Children

under age 18 have had at least one significant adverse childhood experience1

1 in 6 Children

live in poverty; 73%
are children of color2

13M Children

live in food-insecure households3

40% of School-aged

children have at least one
chronic health condition4


Continuing the commitment to “Give it all away”

Paul Newman was passionate about bringing joy to children. The work of Newman’s Own Foundation honors his commitment to improving children’s lives.

Joyful Experiences for Children with Serious Illnesses

Joyful Experiences
for Children with
Serious Illnesses

Nutritious Food in Schools

Nutritious Food
in Schools

Nutrition Security for Indigenous Youth

Nutrition Security
for Indigenous Youth

Our Partners

Nourishing and transforming 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.


SeriousFun Children’s

Encouraging children to reach beyond barriers to a place where they are not defined by their illnesses.


Oyate Teca Project

Establishing a holistic approach to the well-being of children on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.



Real people experiencing real impact

Serious Fun camp - Lucas

Feeling the Camp Spirit

Going to camp for the first time can be scary. For kids with serious medical conditions, that first time can be even scarier.

Food and Identity - Paloma's Story

Food and Identity

FoodCorps alum Paloma Jones loves introducing students to new dishes and celebrating treasured familiar ones.


Paul’s philanthropic legacy

Paul Newman applied his greatest commitment to and
derived his deepest satisfaction from his quiet work in philanthropy.

He used his influence, financial resources, and time to advance
humanitarian and social causes near and far.


Continuing Paul Newman's
philanthropy legacy

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