Community Giving 2010
During fiscal 2010, Emerson contributed $22.7 million to 1,980 charities and nonprofit organizations across the United States, including educational and cultural institutions. The following summarizes the scope of these donations.
Arts and Culture
In fiscal 2010, Emerson and the Emerson Charitable Trust contributed nearly $3.4 million to 245 cultural organizations across the United States.
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In fiscal 20010, Emerson and the Emerson Charitable Trust contributed $3.3million in grants and donations to 174 civic organizations and civic-related activities.
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In fiscal year 2010, Emerson and the Emerson Charitable Trust gave $6.6 million to 727 educational organizations and institutions.
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Health & Human Services
In fiscal year 2010, Emerson and the Emerson Charitable Trust donated $7 million to 590 different organizations caring for the health and welfare of others.
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In fiscal year 2010, Emerson and the Emerson Charitable Trust contributed $2 million to 200 youth-focused organizations.
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Emerson and the Emerson Charitable Trust also contributed nearly $400,000 to 44 other organizations for a variety of inititatives and community needs.
Emerson China Charitable Program
Emerson was awarded the Special Contribution Award in Corporate Citizenship by the China Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment, China Charity Federation, China Private Economy Research Center and China Enterprise News. Emerson's China Charitable program supports education, health and human services, and civic efforts. In 2010, Emerson contributed approximately $500,000 to the rebuilding of Qingpuan primary school in An County, Mianyan of Schuan which had been damaged in the 2008 earthquake. Emerson has continued to support the school in the form of education programs, teaching equipment, school supplied, and power generating equipment, making it possible for the 600 children enrolled in the school to study in a safe building and supportive environment.