Amazon ABC club with kids
Community engagement
At Amazon, we contribute to the communities where our employees and customers live. Our contributions can be seen in many ways and these are just some of our efforts to give back.
Our communities
Amazon has long been committed to communities where our employees live and work. Today, we're diving deeper than ever to provide innovative, creative and unique ways to support communities across the world. We are focused on our neighbors in immediate need - families fighting homelessness, hunger, and natural disasters, We are also focused on the next generation - providing resources and igniting passion for STEM education.

We follow the energy of our employees - we encourage Amazonians to champion the causes and organizations that are near and dear to their hearts. These are just some of our efforts to support our neighbors.

Discover our 2019 program sharing STEM education to high school students

We are igniting a passion for STEM education with the next generation. This year, we have developed a new series of activities at Lenster Lycee in Luxembourg.

Youth empowerment

In Kind Direct

Donating millions to help children’s charities and other causes across Britain

The teens from Dublin and Cape Town connecting over coding

Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers digital skills training - and a surprise encounter - to young people in Cape Town and Dublin.

Behind the scenes glimpse of our new EU HQ in Luxembourg with local school kids

Before the inauguration of our new European Headquarters in Luxembourg, we invited a class of enthusiastic pupils to a behind the scene creative workshop.

Young learners share their path to success with the help of AWS re/Start

AWS re/Start is a training and job placement program in the UK from Amazon Web Services (AWS) educating learners with little or no technology experience on software development and cloud computing.

Hugs for a good cause

A hug, or a cuddle, says the president of the Aladina Foundation, Paco Arango, is the best show of affection that we can give away.

Helping humanitarian organisations, one map at a time

Most people attending a tech conference wouldn’t expect to end up volunteering for a humanitarian organization while they were there, but that’s what visitors to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Summit in Brussels were able to do recently.

How Amazon Goes Gold supports childhood cancer research across Europe

For the first time, Amazonians working across our corporate offices in five EU countries joined the Amazon Goes Gold campaign to support kids with cancer.
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