Winners of the 'Science Teacher of the Year Award’ were given the opportunity to observe science-related facilities at home and abroad as well as overseas schools annually to help them foster gifted science students.
'After-School Care for Elementary School Students' for low-income families was established to reduce the burden of private education costs and contribute to educational welfare.
The customized donation of books to Korean schools overseas was initiated by reforming the book donation project for Koreans overseas that was originally launched in 1989.
Under this program, books are donated to special schools inside children's hospitals that were established nationwide for children who cannot attend school regularly due to illness.
The Doosan Art Center, a cultural venue where diverse types of performances and exhibitions can be held, was opened to support young artists and popularize contemporary art.
The Doosan Yonkang Academic Award for the Surgeons was established to award the outstanding surgeons to carry on with their research.
These scholarships are provided to promising junior athletes in unpopular or basic sports in order to discover and foster athletic talents.
The foundation supported 'Sup sogeui Hosu' of Concordia Language Village in Minnesota, U.S.A., the world's one and only Korean language village, from 2008 to 2011.
The After-school support program, originally established in 2007, was expanded to 2 billion KRW during the period 2010-13.
Scholarships and various study materials are provided to assist students from a multicultural family who face hardship and experience difficulties.
Junior high school students who receive ‘Doosan Scholarship for Teenagers in Need’ were invited to watch a Doosan Bears’ baseball game with employees of Doosan Group.