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Donation-based Program The OKI 100 Yen Fund of Love

The OKI Group has made various assistance efforts through the OKI 100 Yen Fund of Love, a donation-based social action program. Among such efforts are the donation of blood transport vehicles to the Japan Red Cross Society and financial assistance to different social action organizations. The participants in the OKI 100 Yen Fund of Love include executives and employees of the member companies of the OKI Group (30 companies as of April 2016) who agree with the purport the program. They are asked to donate 100 yen a month.

In fiscal 2010, we reviewed the criteria to select social action organizations to be supported as we had participated in the United Nations Global Compact. As a result, we added “compatibility with the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)” to the criteria.

The OKI 100 Yen Fund of Love Achievements in fiscal 2015

Donation of a blood transport vehicle to the Japan Red Cross Society 3,000,000 yen (including matching donation)
Support for a “forest fostering” agreement with Komoro City, Nagao Prefecture 500,000 yen (including matching donation)
Support for teleworking employment of persons with severe diseases, etc. 800,000 yen
Financial assistance to social action groups in which OKI's employees are involved 1,300,000 yen (to support 13 organizations)

Social Action Organizations as Recipients of Financial Assistance from the OKI 100 Yen Fund of Love and SDGs/MDGs

SDGs MDGs Organizations
Goal 2: ZERO HUNGER Goal 1: Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger NPO Hunger Free World
Goal 4: QUALITY EDUCATION Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education NPO Action with Lao Children
EDF-Japan
NPO Child Fund Japan
Goal 3: GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING Goal 4: Reduce child mortality
Goal 5: Improve maternal health
Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other disease
Goal 7: Ensure environmental sustainability
NPO PH-Japan

Donation of a Blood Transport Vehicle to the Japan Red Cross Society


A vehicle donated to the Japan Red Cross Shizuoka Blood Center (February 2016)

OKI has supported the activities of the Japan Red Cross Society since it launched Japan's first corporate blood drive in 1962. OKI has also donated blood transport vehicles to Red Cross Blood Centers in various areas of Japan since 1996, using the the funds collected as part of the OKI 100 Yen Fund of Love and equal amounts provided by the company in a matching gift program.

In fiscal 2015, OKI donated a refrigerated blood transport vehicle to the Japan Red Cross Shizuoka Blood Center. OKI has donated a total of 26 vehicles to the Japan Red Cross Center thus far.

Supporting Social Action Organizations in Which OKI's Employees are Involved


Photo of the brand new school library room

The OKI Group has provided financial assistance to organizations in which its employees are involved, based on the request of such employees or Corporate Philanthropy Unit of CSR Division. In one of the support projects, run by “Action with Lao Children” (a specified NPO), the task is to improve the education environment in Laos. And, in February 2015, with the support of the 100 Yen Fund, a school library room was opened in the Ponsai secondary school (2,020 students) in the Champasak province of Laos.


“Action with Lao Children” (a specified NPO)
Representative:
Ms.Chanthasone Inthavong

VOICE

In Laos, up to now we have opened 270 school library rooms but, in fact, there are still many secondary schools without library facilities and many teachers who have never used a library room. In conjunction with the opening of the Ponsai secondary school library room, staff from the national library held a seminar for the eight teachers who will run the library room, teaching them how to manage such a facility. From here on, we will continue to assist the school with management of the library and provide books to stock the shelves.

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