a better world
and brighter futures
Mother and childcare is a key focus of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals, and at the heart of what both Philips and the Red Cross do every day. Up to 20% of pregnancies worldwide are estimated to be ‘at-risk’, with 99% of the resulting maternal deaths occurring in developing countries.
‘Imatgina’, developed with the CurArte Foundation and the Hospital Vall d´Hebrón in Barcelona, is a patient-centric initiative that transforms radiology for children into a friendly, fun and informative experience.
Today we published our 2015 annual report, highlighting the progress we’ve made in our first full year of operations.
Royal Philips CEO, Frans van Houten addressed representatives of more than 180 governments by video at the 32nd Red Cross conference on December 8. Held in Geneva...
UNICEF and The Philips Foundation, together with Concern Worldwide, Maker and Gearbox...
The Philips Foundation has extended its partnership with UNICEF as one of the 5...
Today we announced the launch of our global partnerships with two of the world’s leading humanitarian organizations, the Red Cross and UNICEF..
On 9th July 2014, we received confirmation from the Dutch Tax Authority that the Philips Foundation had been awarded registered charity status. This great news marks the official start of operations of the Philips Foundation, an independent entity and registered charity set up to consolidate Royal Philips’ global CSR efforts and ensure maximum impact.
In addition to achieving registered charity status and holding the first Board meeting, the Philips Foundation team has been hard at work behind the scenes. Program Director, Katy Hartley recently spent time in Geneva with the humanitarian sector and assembled academia discussing the role of innovation while Program Manager, Sarah Schaeffer has been working with Katy on the Foundation’s response to Ebola as part of the disaster relief pillar.