Samsung’s work in children’s health runs the gamut from supporting organizations devoted to specific causes such as autism, cystic fibrosis and childhood diabetes to organizations such as the Children’s Health Fund. We’re also committed to helping provide disaster relief in communities by working with the American Red Cross.
The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest is our nationwide initiate to promote science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education among students in grades 6-12. More than $2 million in classroom technology is awarded to the participants.
Samsung is a leader in environmental protection with our accomplishments in preventing consumers from emitting nearly 2 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases through our energy efficient products and other initiatives. We’ve also worked closely with the Boys and Girls Club of America and the National Environmental Education Foundation.
Solve for Tomorrow 2013
A Samsung Hope for Children initiative, Solve for Tomorrow aims to increase interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The finalists answered the question: “How can science and math improve the environment in your community?”