05.12.16 / Communities

[Media Alert] At Samsung’s Digital Playground in NYC, Employees Team up to Support Local Arts Charity for Kids on Day of Service

WHAT: At Samsung 837, the company’s brand new experiential center in the heart of the Meatpacking District, employees will take part in an Art Prep Party supporting Free Arts NYC. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs to help them build self-confidence and resiliency. Employees will be making cut-outs and other art supplies for kids to use.

Supporting local charities is also part of the mission at Samsung 837. The digital playground connecting technology and culture opened earlier this year. Vice President and General Manager Zach Overton plans to participate in this Day of Service activity and be on-hand to answer questions about his experience being part of Day of Service as well as Samsung 837.

The occasion marks the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service. Across the country, more than 4,000 Samsung employees are donating approximately 16,000 hours of service to more than 50 organizations. Since Samsung’s first Day of Service in October 2014, our employees have donated a total of more than 45,000 hours of service to 65 organizations nationwide.

At Samsung, we believe in being an active corporate citizen, investing in the communities where we work and live. Our employees power our drive to make the world a better place. During our semiannual Day of Service, our offices across the country – from New Jersey to California – close and our employees spend time supporting local and national charities and organizations.

WHEN: Friday, May 13, 2016 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

WHERE: Samsung 837, second floor (837 Washington Street, New York, NY)

WHO: Available for Interviews:

  • Zach Overton, Vice President and General Manager of Samsung 837
  • Michelle Froah, Vice President of Corporate Marketing at Samsung 837
  • Kim Picarillo, Free Arts Day Program Manager at Free Arts NYC
  • Chelsea Donahue, Free Arts Day Program Manager at Free Arts NYC

ASSETS: Photos and video available at http://news.samsung.com/us/2016/05/14/media-assets-2016-day-service-nyc/.

RSVP: If you are interested in covering our Day of Service, please contact:

Alexa Hershy
Allison+Partners
646-428-0667
SamsungDoS@allisonpr.com

Media Assets – 2016 Day of Service (NYC)

 

Samsung 837 Vice President and General Manager Zach Overton takes part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung 837 Vice President and General Manager Zach Overton takes part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee takes part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee takes part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung 837 Vice President and General Manager Zach Overton takes part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung 837 Vice President and General Manager Zach Overton takes part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Michelle Froah, vice president of corporate marketing at Samsung 837 (left), and Kristine Shin, senior director of marketing, take part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Michelle Froah, vice president of corporate marketing at Samsung 837 (left), and Kristine Shin, senior director of marketing, take part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees take part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees take part in an Art Prep Party to support Free Arts NYC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing underserved children and families with educational arts and mentoring programs, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics America Ann Woo plays a game with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics America Ann Woo plays a game with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics America Ann Woo plays a game with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship at Samsung Electronics America Ann Woo plays a game with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with a child at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with a child at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
Samsung employees work with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with children at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with a child at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
A Samsung employee shares a moment with a child at the Taft Early Childhood Center in East Harlem, in support of the Children’s Aid Society and its mission to help children in poverty succeed and thrive, during the company’s fourth semiannual Day of Service on Friday, May 13.
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