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Over One-Thousand Dolby Laboratories Employees Help Improve Global Communities During Dolby Cares Day
“Dolby is in a unique position to make a difference in our global communities by volunteering our employees’ skills, time, care, and offering financial support,” said Linda Rogers, SVP of human resources,
This commitment to service is part of the Dolby Cares program, which combines the company’s unique intersection of art and science to inspire the next generation of innovators and address communities’ most critical needs. Since launching in 2014, the program has seen exponential growth, with the company donating over
Check out photos from some of the volunteer events that have already happened in Mumbai, San Francisco, Singapore, and Wroclaw.
Community children joined Dolby volunteers for a special screening of Avengers: Infinity War presented in Dolby Atmos in partnership with
Photos from Dolby Cares Day 2018 – Mumbai are available at:
San Francisco, California
Nearly 500 Dolby employees and over 20 Bay Area community organizations came together to support a variety of initiatives for youth, the city, and the underserved.
Photos from Dolby Cares Day 2018 – San Francisco are available at:
Dolby Singapore and Food from the Heart packed and delivered food packages for the underserved.
A photo from Dolby Cares Day 2018 – Singapore is available at:
More than 100 Dolby volunteers took part in Wroclaw's Dolby Cares Day, assembling bikes for children from Dom nad Stawem orphanage.
Photos from Dolby Cares Day 2018 – Wroclaw are available at:
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