Samsung Electronics Australia Donates 1 Million AUD to Support Bushfire Efforts

Australia on January 31, 2020
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W.J. Song (left), President of Samsung Electronics Australia, visits the New South Wales Rural Fire Service on January 31, following Samsung’s donation of $1 million (AUD) to bushfire relief efforts and victim support in the country.

 

Samsung Electronics Australia (Samsung) has donated $1 million (AUD) toward efforts to fight and prevent bushfires.

 

Mr W.J. Song, President, Samsung, said: “The devastation caused by the Australian bushfires has been felt across Samsung offices globally and our hearts go out to everyone that has been impacted. It has been incredibly humbling to see the Australian community rally together and offer any support they can during this time.

 

“Samsung has made this $1 million donation to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service and we are committed to leveraging the power of our technology to address the challenging reality that bushfires present to Australia.”

 

In 2020, Samsung will evolve its ongoing corporate citizenship program to inspire young people and entrepreneurs to tackle this issue.

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