As part of the Fujitsu Group's social contribution and environmental activities, Fujitsu sells its own private brand beverages to employees, a portion of the proceeds of which are directed to tropical rainforest restoration activities underway at the Fujitsu Group Malaysia Eco Forest Park. As of the end of FY 2013, a total of around 1.93 million beverages had been sold since the start of this initiative in 2009, which has helped contribute to promoting activities.
Employees of Fujitsu Group companies voluntarily participate in everyday social contribution activities, such as collecting used plastic bottle caps, stamps and prepaid cards and donating the proceeds to polio vaccine or seedling planting projects.
Employees participate in the "sutenai seikatsu", or waste free lifestyle, activities. "Sutenai seikatsu" activities are intended to support Shapla Neer (Citizen's Committee in Japan for Overseas Support), an international NGO engaged in volunteer activities, by donating the sales of used books and DVDs collected from employees.
The Fujitsu Group is carrying out donation and contribution campaigns in order to assist with efforts to recover from the damage caused by natural disasters such as the earthquake in Sichuan, China in May of FY 2013 and Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) that hit the Philippines in November of the same year. Group companies and their employees make contributions of funds that are donated to the disaster areas through embassies, international charities, etc.
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