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Grant Partnerships for 2014!

The grant cycle for North America in 2014 has officially come to a close. In recognizing and embracing SAP’s commitment to the communities in which we live and operate in, we are proud to announce that we have awarded grants to over 70 non-profits (full list below) and their projects within our areas of focus. Our partnerships allow us to continue our efforts in addressing the needs of education for underserved youth and entrepreneurship initiatives. Throughout the rest of the year, SAP CSR is eager to continue building our relationships with both existing and new partners. This upcoming October will mark SAP’s 10th Annual Month of Service and we look forward to executing volunteer events with all of you!

We also want to thank all those organizations that applied but were not selected for their interest in SAP as a prospective partner. On behalf of SAP, we wish those organizations the best of luck with their programs and are confident in the positive impact they will have on the lives of many. 

We are also excited to share with you some high level results on our 2013 Impact Report. This was the first time we put together a comprehensive report to look at how our social investments were driving impact in employee engagement, volunteerism, creating jobs, getting kids ready for colege or declaring majors in STEM. Thank you to the grant partners who helped gather the information. We’re excited by the results which you can see by clicking here.

United States

Canada

ATLANTA

NATIONAL

Computers for Youth

The Next 36

Fernback Museum of Natural History

MaRS

Junior Achievement

Shad Valley International

KIPP

Let’s Talk Science

Techbridge

JUMP Math

BOSTON

QUEBEC

Citizen Schools

Junior Achievement Quebec

Friends of KIPP Lynn

ONTARIO

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement Central Ontario

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

WATERLOO

Perkins School for the Blind

Business and Education Partnership Waterloo

CHICAGO

VANCOUVER

Chicago Tech Academy

University of British Columbia

Junior Achievement

Science World

KIPP

Minerva Foundation

Midtown Education Fund

Visions 180

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

KidSafe

Uhlich Childrens Advantage

Washington D.C.

Challenger Center for Space Science Education

City Year

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

Computers for Youth

KIPP

MOUSE

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

N-Power

Per Scholas

Philadelphia, Newtown Square

Breakthrough Philadelphia

Chester County Futures

City Year

Franklin Institute

Get Out and Learn Foundation (GOAL)

Junior Achievement

KIPP

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

Police Athletic League

Teach for America

Tech Girlz

Tech Impact

California, Bay Area

Breakthrough Silicon Valley

BUILD – Businesses United in Investing Lending and Development

Eastside College Preparatory School

Foundation for A College Education

Junior Achievement

KIPP Bay Area

MK Level Playing Field

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

Sequoia High

Silicon Valley Education Foundation

Tech Museum of Innovation

New York

Computers for Youth

KIPP

MOUSE

Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship

Npower

Per Scholas

Texas

Comp-U-Dopt

Girls Incorporated of Metropolitan Dallas

Junior Achievement

KIPP

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