EPISODE 84: Ivan Giraud & Helene Caillate of GoGo squeeZ

“We have a responsibility toward our community. We have an opportunity with our communities and stakeholders to be more responsible as a whole.” – Ivan Giraud

GoGo squeeZ is the leading brand in healthy, portable snacks for kids. This week, our hosts sit down with GoGo squeeZ’s Ivan Giraud and Helene Caillate to discuss the brand’s commitment to improving recyclability and sustainability efforts by creating 100% recyclable packaging by 2022. This pledge includes a brand partnership with TerraCycle to create a second life for used GoGo squeeZ pouches. Giraud and Caillate consider why companies have responsibility to join the fight in climate change and how to turn ambition into action. Don’t forget to download, like, subscribe, share, or rate our podcast wherever you listen!

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Who’s Taking Care in Community this week:
ReadUP

The United Way of Central Indiana ReadUP Program connects volunteers with local schools, where they read with two students for 30 minutes every week, helping kids get on track – and stay on track – with grade-level literacy. The students and volunteers work together to recall information from the last session, reading comprehension, vocabulary, fluency and phonics. In fact, 85% of IPS ReadUP students passed the iREAD standardized test. Listen in to the end of our most recent episode to learn more on how they’re continuing to impact the lives of students in their community. Thank you for taking care in your community, ReadUP!
Taking Care in Community is brought to you by The National Bank of Indianapolis