Loblaw Companies Limited 2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Report - page 23

2016 Targets and Achievements
Loblaw Companies Limited
2016 Corporate Social Responsibility Report
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 Target met 
 Target almost met or on track 
 Target not met or at initial stages
Rating Target
Achievement
TARGET:
Raise $2.5 million
and two million pounds of
food to assist provincial
and local food banks
across the country through
our bi-annual national
food drives.
ACHIEVEMENT:
Raised $2.8 million
and 1.8 million pounds of food
during our spring and holiday food
drives in Loblaw corporate and
franchised stores across Canada.
Each store is matched with a local
food bank.
TARGET:
Add three new
locations and increase
participation in the
SHOPPERS LOVE.YOU.
Run for WOMEN event
from 11,000 to 15,000
participants.
ACHIEVEMENT:
Added three
new locations (Toronto and
London, Ontario, and St. John’s,
Newfoundland and Labrador).
The event attracted nearly 15,000
participants.
TARGET:
Shoppers Drug
Mart/Pharmaprix to fund
500 local charitable
organizations across
Canada focused on
women’s health and
well-being.
ACHIEVEMENT:
With the help of
Associate-owners and customers,
671 charities received funding
and support.
TARGET:
Provide mobile
mammography services
to 25,000 women in British
Columbia.
ACHIEVEMENT:
In partnership
with the Canadian Breast Cancer
Foundation (now the Canadian
Cancer Society), sponsored the
BC Cancer Agency’s mobile
mammography service to
provide breast cancer screening
mammograms for 19,815 women in
British Columbia. Program to continue
in the province in 2017. See
.
TARGET:
Reduce total
workplace accidents
by 5%.
ACHIEVEMENT:
Reduced total
accidents by 3.9%.
TARGET:
Increase company-
wide engagement score
by 3% by year-end 2017
relative to 2015 results.
ACHIEVEMENT:
Achieved target
ahead of schedule, increasing
company-wide engagement score
by 3% versus our 2015 result.
Rating Target
Achievement
TARGET:
Expand talent
development programs
to Loblaw colleagues in
corporate grocery stores
and distribution centres.
ACHIEVEMENT:
In addition
to expanding existing talent
development programs, we added
several new ones, including: Supply
Chain 50 in 5, which prepares
50 high-potential managers
over the next five years with the
skills and abilities to be able to
move up two levels in the supply
chain organization; and the Real
Canadian Wholesale Club Everything
Leadership program, which
prepares assistant store managers
to become store managers.
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