Doosan provides financial assistance for child care and psychotherapy to the families of firefighters who have died or were injured in the line of duty to help their children develop healthy minds before they reach school age.
Early Childhood Mental Health Program
To ensure that children grow up healthy, Doosan offers education to child care center teachers and parents so that the mental health of toddlers and young children can be pre-assessed.
With a goal of promoting the healthy emotional development of adolescents, Doosan offers both theory and hands-on outdoor photography classes and humanities courses to help them develop openness toward the world.
Future of Mothers
Doosan helps unwed mothers, both individually and in groups, find jobs and receive training, and pays for their living expenses with the voluntary funds raised by Doosan Corporation employees.
Employees of Doosan Corporation play T-ball, a simplified version of baseball, with teenagers with disabilities and host a sports competition at the end of the year to help them grow healthy and develop good social skills.
We provide an array of reading-related activities and classes led by reading teachers to children at child-caring institutions to help prevent internet addiction and promote the intellectual and social development of children.
M.Y. (Make Your) Dream Career Exploration Class
Doosan helps middle schoolers think about their future careers by offering a three-step program—career exploration, hands-on experience and planning—during the free learning semester in middle school. The program also includes a field trip to Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction to have the students experience what it is like to work as an engineer during the construction process of an industrial plant.
Saturday Field Trip
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction volunteers take children from low-income families to historical sites, ecological sites, social and science educational sites, and handicraft and gardening classes to help the children develop social skills and promote their healthy emotional development.
How exciting! Let’s play with books!
This provides preschoolers and children in nursery facilities with playtime involving reading aloud with picture books and book-play activities through light-picture storytelling. The activities are designed to promote the familiarity of children with books, develop their language skills and emotional intelligence, and improve their attention span.
Hands-on Engineering Class 1
Hands-on Engineering Class 2
Early Childhood Mental Health Program
Woori Doori Seoul Tutti Ensemble
Saturday Field Trip to Historical Site
Support for Education / Academic Research
Teachers’ Academic Overseas Travel Program
Doosan hosts the Teachers’ Overseas Economic Study Tour program to give teachers a chance to experience schools in countries with advanced economies, and the Science Teachers’ Overseas Study Tour program offers them the opportunity to visit science-related facilities and industrial sites.
Since 2006, Doosan has regularly donated books to elementary schools in remote areas and Korean schools overseas.
Academic Research Support
Since 1979, Doosan has selected and provided financial support to university research centers and professors of pure academic disciplines to help them focus on their research activities.
Doosan Yonkang Research Awards
To help boost the research morale of young medical scientists, Doosan established the Doosan Yonkang Research Awards in 2006 and has presented monetary gifts to medical scientists for publishing outstanding medical articles in reputed journals inside and outside Korea.
2017 Teachers’ Overseas Economic Study Tour program
To help university freshmen from low-income households continue with their academic pursuits, Doosan Corporation provides scholarships and mentoring sessions with employees. The program is funded by voluntary donations from employees.
Youth Dream Up Project
Doosan provides support to talented young people who cannot pursue their dreams due to economic hardship. As of now, there are five young talents who are continuing to follow their dreams in archery, rifle shooting, taekwondo and more under the company’s support program.
Doosan Yonkang Scholarship
Since 1979, Doosan has granted high school and university students with outstanding academic achievement despite their difficult circumstances with full tuition scholarships every year to help them achieve their dreams.
Doosan Dream Tree Scholarship
Doosan presents scholarships to elementary and middle school students who are effectively the heads of their families or from broken homes.
Multicultural Family Scholarship
Doosan has provided scholarships to elementary and middle school students from low-income multicultural families since 2010.
The award was established in 2010 in pursuit of the belief of the late Yonkang Too Pyung Park, the first Doosan chairman, who put a high priority on nurturing talents. The award is granted to young artists below age 40 who are setting new trends with their distinctive styles in the fine arts and performing arts.
Doosan Residency New York
Young emerging artists who work inside and outside Korea are provided with a studio and living space in New York’s Chelsea Art District for six months.
Doosan identifies young and talented artists, and provides them with long-term support to help them continue with their creative works.
Doosan Art Lab
Doosan provides support to young artists below age 40 in various ways in support of their new experiments.
Doosan Curator Workshop
Doosan identifies and provides support to promising young curators who can contribute their fresh perspectives to Korea’s modern art world.
Doosan Humanities Theater
Doosan hosts plays, lectures, movie presentations and exhibitions on a topic that is changed once in the first half of every year. Scholars of various disciplines, including social science and the humanities, are invited to give presentations.
Doosan Art School
Doosan provides free lectures on modern art trends to the general public.
Doosan Youth Art School
Young people who are interested in arts and culture are provided with a chance to meet artists in person to talk about their interests and explore various career pathways.
Sharing Seats with Love
With an aim to provide more people with a chance to enjoy cultural activities, Doosan invites people who are relatively less exposed to cultural activities to Doosan Bears baseball games.
DAC Artist: 'Death and the Maiden' (2014)
DAC Artist: 'Before After' (2015)
Interior photo of Doosan Residency New York
Doosan Art Lab: Pansori, 'Excuse Me' (2016)
Doosan Art School 2017
Doosan Artist Award: Play, 'Sunshine Warriors' (2016)
Baseball Game Invitation for the Visually Impaired
Commemorative Plaque for Jae-won Oh's School Uniform Support
Kyeong-Min Heo's Support for Youth Sports Facilities
Chung-Ang University Foundation
Campus Infrastructure Support
Since joining the Chung-Ang University Foundation in 2008, Doosan had made its name as one of the most generous donors among the foundations of Korea’s major private universities in two years, contributing to the expansion of research and educational facilities. Starting with the expansion and remodeling of the Central Library, Doosan improved the learning environment of the students by providing generous support for dormitory renovations, the construction of new buildings for the College of Pharmacy and R&D center, the expansion of the old buildings of the College of Law and College of Business, and the renovation of the College of Engineering 2 building. The company also expanded the faculty office building by adding more than 30 faculty offices and built the Chung-Ang University Hospital annex, creating space for about 1,000 new beds. In an effort to improve the landscape of the campus and the surrounding environment, Doosan has refurbished and restored the Young-shin Hall, Chung-Ang Square, main gate and asphalt pavements inside the campus.
Support for Enhancing Educational / Research Competitiveness
By proposing a brand new development model for universities, Doosan is endeavoring to enhance the future competitiveness and learning capability of the students. These efforts include launching the CEP (Chung-Ang English Program) wherein native speakers hold classes for small groups of students to build practical English capability, revising the current learning systems or adding new programs—such as the recently installed Department of Hybrid Engineering for artificial intelligence, robotics, medical engineering, and energy engineering—opening courses for career search and self-development, adding an intramural career help program, and expanding local and overseas internship programs.
Doosan employees from around the world focus on identifying the needs of their local communities and get involved in community service activities together on the Doosan Day of Community Service. So far, about 53,000 employees from more than 20 countries have participated in the activity. Our Korean colleagues delivered handmade furniture to low-income households, while those in the U.S. donated toys and books to children. Doosan volunteers in the U.K. and other European countries also offered their helping hands to improve public facilities, while those in India and Vietnam repaired schools and welfare facilities, and improved the homes of low-income families. The program has been regularly carried out since October 2014, and has been established as part of Doosan’s unique CSR culture.
Doosan Day of Community Service 1
Doosan Day of Community Service 2
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Tea of Love
Since 1991, Doosan has carried out its Tea of Love campaign to help boost the morale of military personnel and express gratitude for their service. As part of the program, each of the Doosan affiliates, including Doosan Corporation, Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction and Doosan Engineering & Construction, has delivered instant coffee sticks to service members of the affiliated military units every year and donated equipment for snow removal to front-line army units.
Support for Agricultural and Fishing Villages•Environmental Improvement
One Company, Seven Villages Agricultural Exchange
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has signed affiliation agreements with seven agricultural villages, including Gwisan Village, Changwon; Janggi Village, Goseong; and Misan Village, Haman, to offer a helping hand during the busy sowing and harvesting periods. We actively interact with the affiliated villages by appointing an honorary village head, purchasing regional specialty goods and offering company tours to the village residents.
Every month, Doosan Mecatec helps improve the substandard housing conditions of and delivers basic necessities to the elderly who are in poor health and live alone. Employees of Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction also regularly inspect and repair electric power facilities, and hang wallpaper at the homes of disadvantaged people and at welfare centers through its “Clean House” talent sharing volunteer program.
Environmental Improvement of Local Community
Doosan Corporation’s Retail BU helps clean up the Cheonggyecheon Stream by participating in “Cheonggye Atthy,” in partnership with Seoul Facilities Corporation. Doosan Engineering & Construction also helps create safe streets by building new security systems, painting murals, planting flowers and carrying out various other activities to improve safety and the environment.
One Company, Seven Villages Agricultural Exchange
Masan Bay Underwater Cleanup
Residential Environment Improvement Projects for Love
Creating a safe promenade at Tancheon Stream 1
Creating a safe promenade at Tancheon Stream 2
Creating a safe promenade at Tancheon Stream 3
Creating a safe promenade at Tancheon Stream 4
Safer Neighborhoods Project
<Creating a flower road> along Seongnam Culture Street 1
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<Creating a flower road> along Seongnam Culture Street 3
<Creating a flower road> along Seongnam Culture Street 4
<Creating a flower road> along Seongnam Culture Street 5
<Creating a flower road> along Seongnam Culture Street 6
Signing of Partnership Agreement
Basic Necessities / Emotional Support
Sharing Kimchi with Love
Doosan hosts the Sharing Kimchi with Love campaign to support child welfare centers, multicultural families, social welfare centers and disadvantaged people.
Doosan delivers basic necessities to low-income households with adolescents in South Gyeongnam Province. We also help boost the local economy at the same time by purchasing goods at flea markets or from disabled people’s organizations.
Throwing a Birthday Party for the Elderly “Thank You, I Love You.”
Doosan Mecatec employees visit seniors who live alone in Changwon and throw a birthday party for them.
Sharing Kimchi with Love 1
Sharing Kimchi with Love 2
Sharing Kimchi with Love 3
Throwing a Birthday Party for the Elderly
Capitalizing on Our Capabilities
Doosan Tomorrow Lab
To help ignite the creative, scientific minds of young people, Doosan offers a science education program to teenagers. Children are exposed to various future technologies and science principles based on which they can improve their engineering and technological literacy and problem-solving skills. Doosan employees also participate in the program to help the children broaden their perspectives.
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction’s Hands-on Engineering Class
To help teenagers in the local community explore possible careers that match their aptitudes, Doosan offers a hands-on learning experience about industrial plant engineering jobs as well as technologies and tasks required at real-life industrial sites.
Industry-Academic Collaboration “Doosan Class”
With an aim to help nurture engineering talents, Doosan signed an industry-academic collaboration agreement with Changwon Mechanical Technical High School, Busan Automotive High School and Sudo Electric Technical High School to establish and operate a “Doosan Class,” which offers a technical and capacity-building education tailored to Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction.
STEM Education Support
In support of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, Doosan Bobcat carries out various activities by dedicating STEM classrooms, donating construction equipment and offering scholarships to help build a strong STEM base in partnership with North Dakota State University.
Habitat for Humanity
Using its construction skills and experience, Doosan Engineering & Construction contributes to providing affordable homes to the disadvantaged by taking part in building houses in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Korea.
Disaster Safety Education
Doosan implements emergency drills for vulnerable groups to enhance safety awareness and ensure that they are better prepared in the face of natural and social disasters.
Chinese Language Classes for Small Shopowners of Dongdaemun
To help reinvigorate the local business of the Dongdaemun market, employees and professional instructors visit wholesale and retail stores in the area to offer Chinese language classes and etiquette education.
‘Doo it for you’ Wish-granting Program
Through the wish-granting program, the Doosan Bears contribute to making a better world by doing what they do best, such as meeting with children who dream of becoming baseball players, giving people with disabilities a chance to throw out the first ceremonial pitch at a ballgame and more.
Bobcat Plant Tour
Habitat for Humanity 1
Habitat for Humanity 2
Disaster Safety Education 1
Disaster Safety Education 2
Cultural Activity for North Korean Defector Children (Samjeong School)