Beautiful Moments

We are so proud to partner with organizations that change lives, moment by moment, through mission-driven work. Take a look through some of their beautiful moments.

Hilary & the Ounce of Prevention Fund

As a doula, Hilary works with first-time, teen parents to encourage prenatal care, offer support during labor and delivery, and provide postpartum home visits.

Hilary & the Ounce of Prevention Fund

As a doula, Hilary works with first-time, teen parents to encourage prenatal care, offer support during labor and delivery, and provide postpartum home visits.

Kevin & the National Aquarium

Kevin and other Baltimore City Schools students spend their summer learning about the natural world and exploring the Delaware Bay.

Kevin & the National Aquarium

Kevin and other Baltimore City Schools students spend their summer learning about the natural world and exploring the Delaware Bay.

Jordan & The Children's Inn at NIH

During treatment for Giant Axonal Neuropathy, Jordan and his family have spent more than 70 nights at The Children's Inn, where they receive free lodging and support.

Jordan & The Children's Inn at NIH

During treatment for Giant Axonal Neuropathy, Jordan and his family have spent more than 70 nights at The Children's Inn, where they receive free lodging and support.

American Alliance of Museums

What role can museums play in increasing equitable access to quality public education beyond the one-time field trip? Over 75 educators and museum professionals met in LA to discuss this very question at an event hosted by the American Alliance of Museums and the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools. Campbell & Company is proud to work with organizations that tackle challenging, worthwhile questions like this one.

American Prairie Reserve

Prairie dog habitat restoration is more important than you would guess. Prairie dogs influence more than 120 other species, and American Prairie Reserve works hard to restore their habitat with the hope of being able to reintroduce endangered species into the ecosystem. After mowing, volunteers install nesting boxes and dust more than 25,000 prairie dog burrows with insecticide to prevent the spreading of disease. American Prairie Reserve is building the largest nature reserve in the continental US, with the goal of preserving, restoring, and protecting the vital prairie ecosystem and all of its inhabitants—including the prairie dogs. We are proud to share this beautiful moment and the amazing work being done by APR.

Baylor School

In this video (produced by Michael Lines with Abiyoyo Productions), it's clear just how far the impact of attending Baylor School can stretch. Chris Wright ’03, whose family had a longstanding history with Baylor, developed a strong work ethic, critical thinking skills, and a greater understanding of diversity in the world while attending Baylor. Inspired by these new insights, Chris went on to Yale University for his undergraduate degree, The University of Chicago for business school, and now has chosen to give back to his community by returning to Chattanooga as a consultant helping business owners grow and sell their companies. He credits Baylor for some of his greatest memories, friendships, a better understanding of resiliency, and a passion for being innovative and entrepreneurial. This is just one of an infinite number of beautiful moments created every day for Baylor students and alumni alike.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Symphony orchestras and opera companies engage with communities in ways that are meaningful and unexpected. On June 10, 2018, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association hosted a “Concert for Peace,” a collaboration between the extraordinary congregation of St. Sabina Church led by the charismatic Father Michael Pfleger and the CSOA’s Negaunee Music Institute. The concert featured a selection of new songs created with members of “Purpose Over Pain,” a support group at St. Sabina for families affected by gun violence. Working with composer Josh Fink and artists from the Irene Taylor Trust in the United Kingdom, families wrote songs celebrating and memorializing their loved ones that were then performed by musicians from the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, CSO, Yo-Yo Ma, and vocal soloists Sarah Ponder and Takesha Mishé Kizart at the event. CSO Sir Georg Solti Conducting Apprentice Erina Yashima conducted the ensemble.

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