We see how volunteers from Samsung affiliates in Korea got busy last month to prepare and share winter food for people in need, while also supporting local growers where fresh ingredients were sourced.
For the past 12 years, Samsung Electronics has worked to foster education in Taiwan’s remote areas through its Samsung Charity Running events.
Let's take a closer look at this year’s Run for Children event, which raised money for the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families
For the second year running, volunteers from across the Samsung Electronics offices in Southeast Asia and Oceania participated in the “Samsung Love and Care” program, an annual event that brings together Samsung employees in the region to create positive differences in our local communities.
Across Europe, Samsung Electronics has been teaching young people to code since 2013.
During Europe Code Week held in October, the European Commission, Samsung and other businesses joined together to celebrate coding and teach crucial digital skills for the future.
As part of Samsung’s Global Volunteer Month, Samsung Electronics in Thailand visited an elementary school in the remote southern region of the country.
Under the “Samsung Make a Wish” program with World Vision, volunteers helped the friendly students by repairing the school, planting gardens, and playing games together.
Samsung Electronics was named Community Care Company of the Year at the 2016 Asia Corporate Excellence and Sustainability (ACES) Awards, held this month in Singapore. The award is the highest accolade in its category and testament to Samsung’s continued commitment to global citizenship and creating positive change around the world.
Samsung’s summer of volunteering rolls on.
Recently, we’ve shared stories about Samsung Electronics employees in Korea who traveled abroad during their summer vacations to volunteer in underprivileged communities. Today we’re taking you all the way to Delft, a township on the outskirts of Cape Town, South Africa, to see how how volunteers assisted a local high school.
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