One of the best and leading corporations globally Samsung has accomplished its monthly service! The Samsung Gives Month of Service campaign concluded with success, as the company revealed that Samsung employees have donated more than 1,000 hours of service to numerous non-profit partners in the United States, from Testament Home in New Jersey to the Hackensack Riverkeeper environmental program.
In case you are wondering what exactly, is this? Why haven’t you heard about this campaign before, then here are the complete details about it. Well, it might be because it is new and has been designed to support communities across the United States during the global COVID-19 pandemic. You can see our previous blogs, in which we have covered it briefly.
Now, this year, Samsung would customarily launch the 10th following Gives Day of Service campaign, though, after the global COVID-19 pandemic, the company decided to convert Samsung Gives Day of Service into Samsung Gives Month of Service, effectively encouraging volunteer employees to support communities. And the reasons for a whole month as more than 145,000 hours of service have been donated by employees since 2014.
Furthermore, the campaign was formerly created in October 2014, and subsequently, then, Samsung employees in the USA have donated more than 145,000 hours of service. This year, throughout October, employees participated in 33 company events and 14 diverse issue areas, all while assembling 765 relief groups for communities in need.
October is over, and so is the Samsung Gives Month of Service movement, but the company’s efforts to support local societies haven’t stopped here, especially in these stormy times. Samsung encourages employees to endure helping their communities as much as possible. The corporation itself has donated more than $4 million to help governments in the United States fight COVID-19. Now, this sounds super awesome. Let us know what are your thoughts on it in the comment section below!