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    Community Affairs Program

    George Eastman was an American entrepreneur whose passion for his company was matched by his devotion to the community and commitment to numerous philanthropic organizations and academic institutions. Kodak takes great pride in our long tradition of supporting charitable and philanthropic entities.

    Many of our employees worldwide dedicate their personal time and skills to important organizations and causes, and we take great pride in their leadership within our local communities.

    In 2014 Kodak launched its Kodak Cares program focused on employee volunteerism. This program included the Kodak Community Leaders Challenge, which was an opportunity for employees to nominate their colleagues based on volunteer work in their communities. Four employees were selected, and each recipient’s organization received a grant in recognition of their service.
    KODAK Cares 

    As part of the Kodak Cares program, employees are now able to take one day of paid leave per year to volunteer in their communities.

    In addition to Kodak Cares, the company is focused on charitable giving and philanthropic leadership in communities we call home. For example, throughout our company’s history, thousands of Kodak employees have generously contributed to local chapters of the United Way and American Red Cross.

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