Google — love em or hate em, it’s great when companies give back.

From their recent holiday e-card to Adsense publishers:

“Thank you.

Because of your partnership, this giving season we’ve been able to contribute to charitable organizations that are working to improve the lives of millions of people around the world.

All of us here, with deep gratitude, thank you for your continued partnership and wish you and yours a happy New Year.

– The Google Team”

And from a link in the e-mail:

“At Google, philanthropy is a core value. This year we gave more than $100 million to various organizations around the world — including $40 million in grants that celebrate the giving season by supporting four causes that we consider particularly important: science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education; girls’ education; empowerment through technology; and fighting human trafficking and modern-day slavery.”


One Response to Google Philanthropy

  1. steve says:

    Yes I saw the news story last week.
    Unfortunately not even google can dent the stupidity of our leaders and other countries. Let google start a bank and run these corrupt bastards out of business.

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