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Samsung Electronics Europe

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Susan G. Komen for the Cure is proud to be the beneficiary of Samsung Electronics Europe again in 2009.  Samsung Electronics Europe, a leading corporate supporter of breast cancer charities in Europe, established the Samsung Breast Cancer Initiative within the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Global Promise Fund® in November 2008.  This Initiative provides funding opportunities to non-profit and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working within Europe for the promotion of breast health awareness, through education and outreach programs. 
 

 
 

In 2009, seven charities from across Europe were awarded grants to support local breast cancer awareness projects, amounting to $250,000.  The projects include undertaking community profile research in Germany, developing a dedicated Breast Cancer web portal in Italy, providing an outpatient support center in Poland, delivering a Service Pledge in Scotland, employing an Outreach Manager in Portugal, implementing a Youth Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign in Greece and a Postcards for Breast Cancer Screening program in Belgium.
 

 
 

In addition to establishing the Samsung Breast Cancer Initiative, in 2009, Samsung served as the official European Race for the Cure® Series sponsor by supporting nine Races in Germany, Italy, Belgium, Greece, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Switzerland.  This is the first Europe-wide sponsorship in the history of the Race Series.  This sponsorship will continue in 2010, and will include new Races in Serbia and Italy.
 

Program Information

Benefit to Komen for the Cure: $150,000 for European Race for the Cure Series sponsorship and $250,000 for the Samsung Breast Cancer Initiative
Suggested Retail: N/A
Product Available for Purchase: N/A

2009 Guaranteed Donation: $250,000
Program Active: January 1, 2008 - December 31, 2010
Total number of years for program: 3 years