- Apr 12, 2001
Apple has shared a new feature on its Newsroom that highlights its workforce's charitable and volunteer efforts.
Apple says that its internal Giving program has raised more than $365 million for non-profit organizations around the world since its inception eight years ago. Under the program, Apple matches every dollar that its employees donate up to $10,000 each, with combined donations totaling more than $125 million in 2018.
The feature highlights thousands of locations where Apple employees volunteer their time, including the Terence MacSwiney School in Cork, Ireland, where more than a dozen employees from Apple's nearby campus volunteer at the school each week to teach coding, drawing, photography, music, and video.
Terence MacSwiney School student Ericka Lingwood
Apple employees also spent nearly 3,000 hours sorting and distributing food at Second Harvest last year, according to Apple, making the food bank one of the largest recipients of Apple volunteer hours in the United States.
Apple volunteers at Second Harvest Food Bank in San Jose, California
Last, the feature highlights Apple employee Liz Byrne, who sits on the board of the transgender support non-profit Point of Pride.
Article Link: Apple's Giving Program Has Raised More Than $365 Million for Non-Profits Around the World