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This presentation on Samsung Hope, Samsung's CSR initiative in the Southeast Asian region, was shared with members of Social Media Breakfast on 13 December 2008. Find more about Samsung Hope at www.samsunghope.org.

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Samsung Hope On Slideshare

  1. 1. Social Media Breakfast 5 Samsung Flagship Store, Vivocity 11am, 13 December 2008
  2. 2. Around 23,000 children in Singapore go hungry every day. Sadly, in a country that loves its food.
  3. 3. In Singapore, 25% of secondary school students, and 20% in bullied. primary school, have been bullied. You may have been one of them - victim or bully.
  4. 4. There are many autistic children in Singapore. don’ We don’t know how many. They can’’t tell you – and their can won’ parents usually won’t.
  5. 5. Autism.. Bullying. Hunger.. Autism Hunger Poverty. Child predation. Poverty. Neglect. abuse. Sexual abuse. The orphaned. illness. Delinquency. Terminal illness. Disability. Disability. Crime. Child abuse. abuse.
  6. 6. country’ Despite our country’s seeming affluence, there’’ s still too many there poor, hungry, and underprivileged children around.
  7. 7. Samsung Hope 2009 will disburse some US$700,000 children’ across various children’s charities in Southeast Asia. US$110,000 of that amount will be given to three beneficiaries in Singapore.
  8. 8. We’re not asking for your money. We’ We’ We’re only asking for your support. support. Visit www.samsunghope.org to find out how.
  9. 9. What can you do? 1. Pledge your support. more” 2. Spread the word. “Do more”. 3. Talk about issues.
  10. 10. It’ It’s not a resource issue we face. society. The problem is apathy in society.
  11. 11. It’ It’s time to put the ‘social’ back social’ into social media. You can make a difference.

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