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CSR of Google
Type : Public
Industry: Computer Software, Telecoms equipment.
Founded: September 4,1998
Founders: Larry Page, Sergey bain.
Headquaters: Googleplex , mountain view california.
Revenue: US$ 59.825 billion (2013)
50.175 billion (2012)
Employees: 52,069 (Q2 2014)
Corporate Social Responsibility
Google China Social Innovation
Cup For College Students
Google China Social Innovation Cup for College Students" is
a nationwide competition that aims to empower China’s
youth to become agents of social change. By soliciting
project ideas from college students and funding viable
proposals, we hope to instill in China’s future leaders the
values of social responsibility, the importance of
community welfare, and the spirit of self-empowerment.
Among all colleges and universities that participate in the
competition, 100 of them that top in the number of
proposal submission will share 500 Google "Campus
Volunteer Stars" Scholarships every year.
At 2:28 pm on May 12th, 2008, a 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck
Sichuan province in Western China, claiming the lives of tens of
thousands. Amidst the chaos and despair, Google’s various
departments mobilized immediately to support rescue and relief
In early September 2008, Google funded construction of 15 Google
Quake Relief Hope Schools in the city of Mianyang in Sichuan
province, helping 18,184 elementary and high school students to
return to the classroom.
Google has also partnered with Mercy Corps, Save the Children,
Doctors without Borders and other organizations to commit rescue
and relief support to quake victims for the next 2-3 years, focusing
especially on rebuilding, rehabilitating, and retraining.
Google Grants is an in-kind donation
program awarding free AdWords
advertising to select charitable
organizations. Since its inception, we
have supported hundreds of
organizations in advocating and
promoting their causes, from animal
rights and literacy to abandoned
children and HIV education.
Other Charitable Endeavors
• PHE Summer Camp’s college students
tour Google headquarters (07/2007)
• 2007 New Great Wall Self-
Empowerment Summer Camp’s
leaders and trainees tour Google
• Partnership with JA China (02/2008)
• State-level Poverty Counties – Shaanxi
Province, Chunhua County Survey
• Support for Tsinghua University
Charity Foundation’s activities
• Support for Guizhou Province
education effort (07/2008)
Funds • Fund & support 2009 Mianyang
City’s Junior High School track
• Google China employees
participate in 2009 GoogleServe
• Sponsor bags for Kangba
Philanthropy Primary School at
Ganzi, Sichuan (08/2009)
• 2009 Google "Campus Volunteer
Stars" Scholarship (09/2009)
• Blood drive in Google Beijing
• Tianjin Polytechnic University Deaf
Students tour Google China
• Fund & support 2009 Mianyang City’s
Junior High School track meet (03/2009)
• Gong1pin Beta, encouraging public to
take an active part in philanthropy by
circulating Gong1pin tickets (2011/01)
• 17gong1 Beta, online information
sharing center for philanthropy
• Donated 164 used desktops and some
computer accessories for “Green
Computer Action for Poverty
Interesting Facts about Google
•Meaning of the Name and Why It Is Called "Google":
The name “Google” was inspired by the mathematical term, "googol."
Google might be the only company with the explicit goal to reduce the
amount of time people spend on its site
Google has photographed more than 5 million miles of road for its Street
Google has acquired 24 companies this year alone — that's about three
companies a month.
Over 6 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube — that's
almost an hour for every person on Earth.
There are more than 2 million Google searches per second.
Google takes over 200 factors into account before delivering you the best
results to any query in a fraction of a second.