MISSISSAUGA–October marks Samsung Global’s Month of Giving, where employees from around the world give back to the communities that they serve. Here in Canada, all employees will come together and volunteer in support of local charities as part of the annual Samsung Day of Giving, on Friday, October 11, 2019.

Employees across Canada will volunteer their time by taking part in a variety of activities, including ecological restoration, tree planting, park beautification, food sorting and packing, working with children and seniors and creating care kits for local hospitals.

“It’s really inspiring to see how enthusiastic and passionate our employees are about giving back. It’s an initiative that stems from our global vision that we thrive when our partners and communities thrive,” said Jeff Jo, President and CEO, Samsung Electronics Canada. “Everyone at Samsung Electronics Canada is incredibly proud and committed to building and supporting programs that make a meaningful impact.”

Specific community partners involved in this year’s annual Day of Giving include:

Greater Toronto Area: Credit Valley Conservation, Daily Bread Food Bank, Jays Care Foundation, Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto, SickKids Foundation and David Suzuki Foundation

Vancouver: Greater Vancouver Area Food Bank, Quest Food Exchange, Metro Vancouver Regional Parks and YMCA Greater Vancouver

Montreal: Le Centre d’action bénévole de Valleyfield
Samsung Electronics Canada also offers its employees a donation matching program. This year, in celebration of Global Month of Giving, Samsung Electronics Canada will double employee donations made to registered charities in the month of October, making the donation dollars go even further to the charities that employees have personally chosen to support.

Samsung Electronics Canada inspires Canadians to reach their full potential through a transformative ecosystem of products and services that deliver innovation and distinct design to every aspect of their connected lives. The company is redefining the worlds of TVs, smartphones, virtual reality and wearable devices, tablets and digital appliances. In 2019, Samsung was ranked as one of Canada’s “Most Admired Brands” in Leger’s Corporate Reputation Study. Dedicated to helping make a difference in the lives of Canadians, Samsung’s award-winning corporate giving initiatives support public education and health-related issues in communities across the country.

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