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SAP North America Corporate Social Responsibility

SAP approaches corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategically – in order to ensure a sustainable future for society, our customers, and our company. By focusing our talent, technology, and capital on education and entrepreneurship, we strive to enact positive social change through economic growth, job creation, innovation, and community.

SAP recognizes and embraces its commitment to the communities in which we operate in the United States and Canada. We believe the private sector plays a vital role in creating a level playing field, driving innovation and building an environment that enhances education and entrepreneurship to foster economic growth.


Our social investment strategy is based on our vision to help the world run better and improving people's lives.

Create social impact

Make strategic social investments that have a lasting benefit on society.

Leverage our core expertise

Utilize our technology and talent to help find solutions to social issues.

Generate lasting impact on SAP

Align approach to support our market and people strategy.

Engage multiple stakeholders

Drive innovation through a multi-faceted dialogue with internal and external stakeholders.

Volunteerism at SAP

SAP encourages employee volunteerism year-round through company- and employee-led engagements. We partner with different Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) to create positive social change in our communities  across the United States and Canada. We believe in the power of volunteering.


Our signature corporate-led volunteering initiative is our Month of Service held in October annually, where more than 300 projects are executed across North America. We also encourage employee-led volunteerism throughout the year. In April 2017 we launched our first “Spring Into Service” initiative, a campaign where employees themselves identify, plan and implement service projects for causes they are passionate about.In 2017, over 10,500 SAP employees volunteered more than 41,000 hours in 35 cities. Additionally, employees contributed more than 9,800 hours of their time and talents through to skills-based volunteering, with a focus on STEM education and entrepreneurship programs.

SAP Matching Gift program:

Full-time SAP employees may take advantage of a company match for personal donations and donated time  to nonprofit partners. Restrictions apply.

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