With our core business, we have a major impact on societal development. At the same time, we depend on intact social framework conditions and an innovation-friendly business environment. For us, it is therefore important to contribute to society's future viability and create value in diverse ways. Within the scope of our social commitment, we thus make targeted strategic investments in the areas of science and education, health, social needs and community projects. This commitment is an integral element of Bayer’s corporate policy.
Throughout the world, Bayer is active in a variety of ways in the core fields of education and science, health and social needs, and sports and culture. With its foundations, the Bayer Group promotes cutting-edge research, talented individuals and innovative educational and social projects. In 2014 Bayer provided some 49 million euros for these activities. As with its business operations, Bayer’s social commitment is based on innovation and pioneering spirit.

 

We concentrate our commitment on the following fields of action:

Science and Education

Child Care Program India

 

With scientific prizes, endowed chairs and fellowships, the "Bayer Science & Education Foundation" supports international young scientists and renowned researchers. 2014 the Foundation granted this funding in the amount of 1.9 million euros.

In addition, Bayer promotes science education of young people. With student scholarship programs we want to help to stimulate interest in science, technology and medicine. more

Health and Social Needs

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In many regions of the world, we are committed to improving the health care and better social living conditions. For this purpose, we cooperate with partners in international programs and support local initiatives.

Another field of activity of our social foundation is the disaster relief. While in case of disasters, the company makes itself immediate relief in the form of donations, the Foundation supports long-term reconstruction projects people who are in distress. more