Reaching more than half a billion children around the world with oral health education, we are bringing education and smiles to children in need. Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures® reaches children around the world with free dental screenings and oral health education.
Colgate-Palmolive’s support of community programs helps make the world a healthier, happier place to live.
Colgate has been celebrating Oral Health Month since 2012, always focusing on creating awareness of proper oral health habits to promote healthy smiles among communities nationwide.
“Clean Hands, Good Health” program launched in the South Pacific region to promote handwashing in partnership with Bright Smiles, Bright Futures. “Clean Hands, Good Health” works to encourage children to wash their hands by providing handwashing educational resources.
Colgate-Palmolive is working with public health officials, local schools and clinics to educate millions of children and their families about the health benefits of handwashing with soap.
The Colgate Women’s Games is the nation’s largest amateur track series for girls and young women. For 40 years, this organized track program has helped girls and young women develop self-esteem, value teamwork and discover the importance of education.
Colgate-Palmolive is delighted to partner with the American Dental Association to provide education along with preventative and restorative care to low-income children who do not have access to dental care.
Starlight Children’s Foundation is a leading global health and education charity working to embrace, empower and enrich the lives of children from illness to wellness.
The Start with a Smile campaign encouraged users to tweet or Instagram a photo of a happy, healthy child in their life hashtagged: #StartWithASmile. Colgate-Palmolive donated $1 to Children's Health Fund for each smiling photo. The promotion was tied to Black History Month in extensive social media outreach.
Colgate-Palmolive’s Haz La U program helps put Hispanic youth on the track to college by providing financial relief to via educational grants totaling $100,000.