Monsanto Named by Fortune Magazine as One of the World’s Most Admired Companies

Monsanto has been named one of the World’s Most Admired Companies by FORTUNE magazine. Monsanto was honored as No. 1 in its industry sector on the 2015 list, moving up from No. 2 in 2014.


Obama to Designate Honouliuli Internment Camp as National Monument

President Barack Obama announced that he will be designating the site of the former WWII Honouliuli Internment Camp, located on property in Kunia donated by Monsanto, as a new national monument for historic protection. 


“Children should not be hungry. People should not be hungry.”

- Mary Lee Chin, registered dietitian and nutrition consultant


For Dietician and Nutrition Consultant Mary Lee Chin, hunger is a personal experience. The daughter of Chinese immigrants, she recalls a childhood in which her family did not always have enough to eat. Today, she works with the food industry and non-profit food groups on a variety of hunger and nutrition education initiatives.


Hawaii schools receive support for science education

A total of 13 Hawaii public schools and educational organizations were recently awarded over $12,000 in grants from the Monsanto Hawaii Science Education Fund.


Employees volunteer at elementary school to teach students about bike safety

Students at Waialua Elementary School used their artistic skills and gained some valuable safety knowledge, thanks in part to Monsanto employees who volunteered their time for the school’s Bike Safety and Awareness Event.


Soil & Water Conservation District raising funds for 4-H students

The Maui County Soil & Water Conservation District will be holding a benefit dinner and silent auction on January 30 and 31, 2015, at Catering from Soup to Nuts, Inc., and Vineyard Food Company. The SWCD is hoping to raise $10,000 to help send a group of Maui 4-H students to Oklahoma City where they will represent Hawaii at a national land judging competition in May.


Monsanto Wants to Build Sustainable Agriculture in Hawaii

John Purcell, Business and Technology Lead for Monsanto Hawaii, wrote a thoughtful piece that was published in the Star-Advertiser. We’d like to share it with you.


Monsanto Employees and Family Members Volunteer at IHS’ Annual Holiday Party

Monsanto Hawaii has been a strong supporter of the Institute for Human Services, Inc. (IHS), a non-profit agency that works to prevent and end homelessness in Hawaii. Over the last several years, the company has supported the organization in various ways, from monetary and in-kind donations to volunteerism.


Monsanto Honored as One of Best Places to Work in 2015

Monsanto has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the 50 Best Places to Work in 2015. The Employees’ Choice Awards program, now in its seventh year, relies solely on the input of employees, who elect to provide feedback on their jobs, work environments and companies via Glassdoor’s anonymous online company reviews survey.


Monsanto Beautifies Ben Parker Elementary School

Ben Parker Elementary School in Kaneohe is enjoying a spruced up look, courtesy of Monsanto Hawaii volunteers who donated $2,500 and 217 hours of volunteer time to help with painting and landscaping projects at the school.




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