Samsung Electronics America Inc., Samsung Austin Semiconductor Inc., and Samsung Semiconductor Inc. havae announced a collective donation of $1 million to the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in Texas and the surrounding southeast region of the U.S. impacted by the storm. Samsung is contributing a combination of cash funds and in-kind product donations, giving $500,000 to the American Red Cross’s on-site relief efforts and another $500,000 to local charity partners and schools in the form of Samsung products—including washing machines, dryers, charging stations, tablets, and laptops, as well as employee volunteerism.
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