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 (25 companies as of April 2019) who agree with the purport the program. They are asked to donate 100 yen a month.
|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||1,800,000 yen (to support 14 organizations)|
|Goal 2: ZERO HUNGER||NPO Hunger Free World|
|Goal 4: QUALITY EDUCATION||NPO Action with Lao Children
NPO Child Fund Japan
|Goal 3: GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING||NPO PH-Japan|
A vehicle donated to the Japan Red Cross
Saga Blood Center (February 2019)
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 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 2018, OKI donated a refrigerated blood transport vehicle to the Japan Red Cross Saga Blood Center. OKI has donated a total of 29 vehicles to the Japan Red Cross Center thus far.
At a school library in Laos
The OKI Group has provided financial assistance by the 100 Yen Fund to organizations in which its employees are involved. 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 fiscal 2018, with the support of the 100 Yen Fund, we donated books to two school libraries in Laos.
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