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Health Screenings for Employees’ Children

To celebrate International Children’s Day on May 30, 2010, HanesBrands organized a special event for the children of our Nanjing Textiles employees in China. The children played games, drew pictures, learned how fabric is produced at the plant, and received a free health screening for height, weight, blood pressure, eye-sight and other basic health information.

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Costa Rica

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Medical mission serves Haiti contract employees

In June 2013, the company and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center partnered to provide basic health services to more than 1,700 contract employees and their families in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, during a two-day medical mission.

The idea to host the medical mission came during one of Hanes and Wake Forest surgical trips to the Dominican Republic in

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Dominican Republic

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Medical mission serves Haiti contract employees

In June 2013, the company and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center partnered to provide basic health services to more than 1,700 contract employees and their families in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, during a two-day medical mission.

The idea to host the medical mission came during one of Hanes and Wake Forest surgical trips to the Dominican Republic in

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El Salvador

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Hanes partners with Rotary Club to provide free solar panel kits

Thanks to HanesBrands and the Rotary Club of San Salvador, the nights will be a little brighter for more than 120 families who live and/or work near our facilities in El Salvador. They recently received free solar panel kits, a source of renewable energy to households that currently have no (or very limited access to)

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Medical mission serves Haiti contract employees

In June 2013, the company and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center partnered to provide basic health services to more than 1,700 contract employees and their families in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, during a two-day medical mission.

The idea to host the medical mission came during one of Hanes and Wake Forest surgical trips to the Dominican Republic in

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Prince of Spain honors HanesBrands

HanesBrands was one of nine global companies recognized in Madrid by Prince Felipe of Spain in December 2014, at an awards ceremony for CODESPA, a non-profit organization that recognizes CSR programs that help eradicate poverty.

The company received a finalist plaque for its “My School, My Space,” program that has improved the infrastructure of seven public

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El Salvador Savings Program

In 2012, we introduced a large-scale savings program to benefit more than 9,000 of our Salvadoran employees. The program, called “Hanes Pensando en Tí” or “Hanes Thinking of You,” enables all Hanes employees to receive 5 to 20 percent discounts on purchases at more than 50 private sector businesses, including medical clinics, restaurants, hotels, clothing

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Rebuilding Employee Homes in Latin America

In 2009, Hurricane Ida wreaked significant destruction in El Salvador. More than 125 people were killed as a result of the torrential rains and mudslides produced by the storm, and thousands more were displaced. Nearly 350 HanesBrands employees were impacted, 35 of whom lost their homes. In addition to providing survivors with food, water, mattresses

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Medical mission serves Haiti contract employees

In June 2013, the company and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center partnered to provide basic health services to more than 1,700 contract employees and their families in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, during a two-day medical mission.

The idea to host the medical mission came during one of Hanes and Wake Forest surgical trips to the Dominican Republic in

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Honduras

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Record Number of Employees Volunteer for Beach Clean-up

In July 2014, more than 1,500 employees from Hanes facilities in Honduras volunteered to clean approximately 5 kilometers of Travesia Beach and plant 300 palm trees in Puerto Cortes. The attendance marks a record in the company’s volunteer program in Honduras.

Plastic, cardboard and other materials were collected and will be recycled or reused by surrounding

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Honduran medical brigade has Winston-Salem connection

More than 1,000 Honduran children received back-to-school health services, medicines and vitamins in February 2014, thanks to the HanesBrands Green for Good program.

A two-day medical brigade, held at the Marcelino López and José Trindidad Cabañas schools in Choloma, was organized and staffed by about 60 Hanes volunteers.

The attending medical team included four doctors and three nurses

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Medical mission serves Haiti contract employees

In June 2013, the company and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center partnered to provide basic health services to more than 1,700 contract employees and their families in Ouanaminthe, Haiti, during a two-day medical mission.

The idea to host the medical mission came during one of Hanes and Wake Forest surgical trips to the Dominican Republic in

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Prince of Spain honors HanesBrands

HanesBrands was one of nine global companies recognized in Madrid by Prince Felipe of Spain in December 2014, at an awards ceremony for CODESPA, a non-profit organization that recognizes CSR programs that help eradicate poverty.

The company received a finalist plaque for its “My School, My Space,” program that has improved the infrastructure of seven public

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Credit Unions in Latin America

HanesBrands provides Honduran employees with the opportunity to improve their access to low-cost financing by joining independently operated credit unions. Each Hanes facility in Honduras has an on-site credit union and more than 10,000 employees are enrolled nationwide. The Hanes-associated credit unions are the largest corporate credit unions in Honduras.

The credit unions provide Hanes employees

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United States

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Keeping Employees’ Health Top-of-Mind

HanesBrands headquarters opened a 2,200-square-foot wellness center that offers employees an array of health services, including preventive care, treatment for common illnesses, laboratory services, immunizations and more. The center’s services are provided free of charge to Hanes employees.

Education is a key component of the program, and the center’s three wellness coaches help employees work to

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