Hewlett Packard  

Social Impact Profile ™

Areas of Impact:
Children & Youth,Environment,Health & Wellness

At HP, we embrace our role as a global citizen. As one of the world’s largest information technology companies, what we do and how we do it matters. That’s why we use global citizenship to help shape and advance our business strategy.


    Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Receives $25 Million Planned Investment from HP

    HP today announced a planned commitment of $25 million over 10 years to support the projected expansion of Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford and a cutting-edge research initiative designed to enhance the safety and quality of care for critically ill patients and their families. HP’s new investment includes support for the expansion of Packard Children’s Hospital, which will add 100 beds to its Palo Alto campus and increase access to state-of-the-art treatments for local children and expectant mothers. With the existing facility already operating beyond its originally intended capacity, the growth will allow Packard Children’s Hospital to continue providing the most advanced cures, treatments and technologies available, performed by the best minds in pediatric and obstetric medicine, within a family-centered environment. Read More


    HP and Junior Achievement Empower Students Across the Globe to Better Compete in 21st Century Workforce

    HP and Junior Achievement, the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, today announced the winner of the first Social Innovation Relay, a global competition where teams of students from 11 participating countries designed projects that could have a significant positive social impact. Students who participated in this interactive, web-based competition were coached throughout by HP employee mentors to think like innovators while developing skills that will help them grow into globally minded, socially responsible entrepreneurs. Read More