Corporate Social Responsibility
Stewardship – an ethic that embodies the responsible planning and management of resources entrusted to one’s care.
At Samuel we are stewards – stewards of Samuel’s legacy and future as a business, stewards of our employees’ happiness, stewards of the communities in which we operate and stewards of the resources we use to run our business. We are a fifth-generation family-owned business and we recognize that we have a responsibility to support our communities, protect the environment and make the world a better place for the next generation.
That’s why we have committed to donating 1% of our yearly net income to initiatives related to our three pillars of CSR:
- Environment (protecting, reusing)
- Community (embracing, supporting)
- Business (growing, investing, innovating)
At Samuel, we know that we’re responsible for carrying the torch – for this generation and beyond – and we’re confident our strong CSR strategy will help us do that.
At Samuel, we believe in giving back to our communities at the national, regional, and local levels. While charitable giving has always been a core part of our culture, we have recently refined our charitable giving approach so that we can make a bigger impact in our communities.
At Samuel, we know that we can play a key role in protecting our environment and we take this responsibility seriously. We are committed to demonstrating sustainability leadership, in both our business and our communities, by minimizing waste and consumption and continuously improving environmental conditions.
Samuel Family Foundation
From the earliest days of the Samuel family business, social responsibility has directly shaped every aspect of our enterprise.
At Samuel, we believe in giving back to the communities we’re a part of. Whether that’s making blankets for the Buffalo Women & Children’s Hospital, participating in a charity motorcycle ride to raise funds for cancer or making Christmas dinners for families in need, our company and our employees are dedicated to making a difference.