Corporate Social Responsibility / People / Community Engagement 

Advancing Possibilities

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Our caring value guides us in how we engage with patients, how we work together as colleagues, and how we invest in the well-being of communities. Around the world, our employees participate in and influence the way we care for people in their local communities.

Together, we can solve problems and create new possibilities for children to learn, people to stay healthy and families to thrive.

Education: By supporting education and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programming for underserved K-12 students around the globe, we are helping to develop the diverse future talent that will enable us to create health solutions for generations to come.

Health: We aim to decrease health disparities for the underserved by providing access to quality care, supporting prevention and awareness programs, and helping to prepare children for a healthy journey into adulthood.

Community: Through engagement and recognition programs, we are empowering our employees to Advance Possibilities in their local communities by donating their time, talent and resources to help those most in need.
Turning Girl Scouts into engineers

STEM Commitment

Our employee volunteers bring their energy and expertise to introduce K-12 youth to STEM experiences and careers. For example, more than 70 girls joined Boston Scientific in Costa Rica for a day of STEM activities to celebrate International Women’s Day. Learn more about our commitment to STEM.
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Week of Caring

Around the globe, employee participate in and influence the way we care for our communities. In China, employees volunteered alongside the China Mayor's Association and the Bethune Foundation to help with local patient health screenings. During our global Week of Caring, we celebrate the impact and passion of our volunteers.
Project HOPE in India

Project HOPE in India

Over a three-year partnership with Project HOPE, Boston Scientific grants helped fund the United Dialogue and Action Against Non-Communicable Disorders (UDAAN) program. This work helped provide critical health screenings, education and training to healthcare workers across 200 villages in India.