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China pro bono program
Partnerships between NGOs and leading companies such as HP are helping build the support network China needs to meet heightened interest in volunteerism.
Recent events in China, such as the 2008 Olympics and natural disasters, have prompted a steady rise in the numbers of people volunteering, largely through hands-on efforts. The Chinese government has helped fuel this momentum by calling for greater volunteerism, especially from the private sector.
In response, HP China founded an employee volunteer association, which has quickly grown to more than 900 participants, including 500 in Beijing. The association assigns HP employee volunteers to projects where their expertise in technology, engineering, human resources, manufacturing, and other areas can make the greatest difference in local communities.
The goal of this alliance is to develop a strong foundation to more effectively enlist and empower volunteers throughout China. Five volunteerism projects are underway, with another 20 planned for 2012. HP is proud to participate in the development of the NGO sector in China. These efforts in China reflect the work and dedication of thousands of HP employees worldwide who help their communities through meaningful pro bono work.
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