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SAP CSR’s corporate giving grant cycle in the US and Canada closed on May 31, 2013.  The annual grants cycle is designed to
provide funding and support for charities in SAP locations across North America who fit within the SAP focus areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (S.T.E.M) Education and Youth Entrepreneurship. The robust program saw more than 155 grant application submissions for this cycle.

Engaging Employees

With 10 local employee grants committees across the US and Canada, the CSR team works closely with local employees and executives to review and select the most strategic charitable partners for SAP. Each committee member is nominated and represents the many different lines of businesses across SAP. This approach creates a well-rounded committee who helps to support and drive the local partnerships.

SAP makes a difference

In 2012, the CSR team in North America contributed $5 million in charitable giving and impacted more than 380,000 lives through our programs.  Plans for
2013 are to better utilize the unique skills of our employees to build capacity and create impact for our partners in areas such as technology development, mentoring and youth entrepreneurship.

Below we are happy to share our 2013/14 grant partners for the US and
Canada.

 

Newtown Square,
  Pennsylvania

 

 

Network for Teaching
  Entrepreneurship

 

 

Franklin Institute

 

 

City Year

 

 

Teach for America

 

 

Junior Achievement

 

 

Chester County Futures

 

 

KIPP

 

 

Breakthrough Philadelphia

 

 

Police Athletic League

 

 

Mighty Writers

 

 

New York City,
  New York

 

 

KIPP

 

 

Network for Teaching
  Entrepreneurship

 

 

MOUSE

 

 

Npower

 

 

Girls Who Code

 

 

Computers for Youth

 

Chicago, Illinois

 

 

Chicago Tech Academy

 

 

Junior Achievement

 

 

KIPP

 

 

Network for Teaching
  Entrepreneurship

 

 

Uhlich Childrens Advantage

 

 

IMSA fund for Advancement of
  Education

 

 

Atlanta, Georgia

 

 

KIPP

 

 

Junior Achievement

 

 

Techbridge

 

 

Computers for Youth

 

    

 

Washington, DC

 

 

Network for Teaching
  Entrepreneurship

 

 

City Year

 

 

On Ramps to Careers

 

 

Challenger for Space Science
  Education

 

 

Dallas, Texas

 

 

KIPP

 

 

Comp-U-Dopt

 

 

Junior Achievement

 

 

Boston,
  Massachusetts

 

 

KIPP

 

 

Citizen Schools

 

 

Perkins School for the Blind

 

 

Network for Teaching
  Entrepreneurship

 

 

BUILD

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

Vancouver, British Columbia

 

 

Science World

 

 

University of British Columbia

 

 

Vancouver School Board

 

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