Since 1979, the foundation has selected and awarded full tuition to high school and university students who try hard despite difficult circumstances, till their graduation.
Since 1992, scholars specializing in Chinese studies have been selected and provided with full tuition and living expenses to help them continue their research at prestigious universities in China for one academic year.
Doosan’s Dream Tree Scholarship is awarded to young athletes who show outstanding abilities in underappreciated basic sports.
Children living in difficulty are awarded ‘Doosan Scholarship for Teenagers in Need’ until they graduate from junior high schools, and are invited to participate in outdoor activities with Doosan employees.
Students from multi-cultural families have been awarded scholarships and provided with study materials to help them overcome cultural differences.
The 'Customized Book Donation' program provides books personally requested by teachers and students living in remote areas.
Books are donated to schools inside children's hospitals that were established nationwide for students who cannot attend school regularly due to illness.
Since 1993, the foundation has been providing professionals specializing in environmental-related fields with the Doosan Environment Research Fund to help them create a better environment for all.
The foundation has provided professionals specializing in basic sciences with academic research funds to help them stay focused on their research.
The foundation established the 'Doosan Yonkang Academic Award' to promote the development of medical technology in Korea and to motivate talented young medical scientists.
The foundation established Korean studies courses at the University of Auckland, New Zealand in 1988 for the first time as a private organization, and continued to support curricula related to Korean studies in universities worldwide to deepen understanding of Korea.
Starting with the donation of Korean textbooks, dictionaries, and novels to Korean people in China and Russia in 1989, books are donated to Koreans all around the world, to let them familiarize themselves with Korean culture.
The History and Social Studies Teachers' Overseas Study Tour started in 1989, has been expanded to teachers of all subjects, enabling them to experience the development of China, and industrial sites at home and abroad, and to teach children a sense of economy.
Winners of the 'Science Teacher of the Year Award' are provided with the opportunity to observe the science education system in Japan and science-related facilities to use the experience to foster students.
The foundation introduces the paintings, photographs, sculptures and designs of young artists, enabling the general public to enjoy contemporary art.
The foundation fosters talented artists who may one day lead the art world in Korea by discovering young artists from each genre of arts and providing them with opportunities for new experiments.
The foundation provides free art classes delivered by leading art critics to help the general public become more familiar with contemporary art. Cultural arts programs are also provided for children who have little opportunities to enjoy cultural events.