Social Contribution Activities



The Chiyoda Group is actively seeking solutions to global issues in order to help create a better society. This is not just a matter of social contributions through business. We will also continue working closely with local communities to contribute to the sustainable development of society.


Taking ‘CSR promotion by all members together’ as our motto, and with collaboration and coexistence with local communities as our objective, we will continue our corporate existence as a contributor to the sustainable development of society. By having our employees participate in these activities, we are also heightening their motivation to contribute to society and developing human capital that will be capable of contributing not just to business performance but to society as a whole.

The Chiyoda Group's Social Contribution Activities in FY2021

Widen the Circle of Exchange and Collaboration with Local
Communities and Aim to Further Realize the Sustainable Development of Society

Educational Support & Human Resource Development

Company Visits and Visiting Lectures at Chiyoda Global Headquarters

We conducted online lectures in lieu of company visits and visiting lectures at two junior high schools and one high school in fiscal 2020.

Assistance to areas hit by disasters

Volunteer Activities by Company Employees in Support of the Great East Japan Earthquake (Chiyoda Group in Japan)

It was not held in FY2020.

“Yubeshi no Kai” (Chiyoda Group in Japan)

Chiyoda held five ‘in-house’sales events of products from disaster-stricken areas.

Financial Donations for Victims of Typhoons(Chiyoda Philippines Corporation)

Approximately 27,000 Philippine pesos was donated to victims of Typhoon Goni (aka Super Typhoon Rolly) and Typhoon Vamco (aka Typhoon Ulysses), which struck in October and November 2020 respectively.

Other Initiatives

• Purchase of CO2 sequestration credit (4.00 t-CO2
• Registration for Green Wave Program*1

Support for people with special needs

“Heart Made Sale” (Chiyoda Group in Japan)

Chiyoda held nine in-house sales events for products made by disabled people in Yokohama, on a pre-order basis, as a measure against COVID-19.

Japan’s Philharmonic Orchestra concert of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony
(Chiyoda Global Headquarters)

Chiyoda has supported Japan’s Philharmonic Orchestra of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony since 2011 and provides 25 pairs of tickets annually to visually impaired people in Yokohama.

Environmental Conservation

Community Clean-up Activities
(Chiyoda Group in Japan)

In November and December 2020, 25 Chiyoda employees participated in community clean-up activities in Yokohama’s Minatomirai district.

Contributions to Health & Welfare

Table For Two*2
(Chiyoda Group in Japan)


Chiyoda provided 1,386 school lunches to children in developing countries.

ECO CAP*3 Program
(Chiyoda Group in Japan)

Chiyoda collected 178,063 plastic bottle caps‘in-house’, contributing to vaccine doses for 207 children in developing countries.

Shuttle Bus Service for Employees
(Chiyoda Philippines Corporation)

At Chiyoda Philippines Corporation, we operate 15 shuttle buses on a daily basis for the 261 employees who are unable to take public transit due to COVID-19. In such
ways, we are working to ensure the safety and health of our employees in the country.

Donation to Healthcare Facilities
(L&T-Chiyoda Limited in India)

Employees at L&T-Chiyoda Limited in India donated 15 oxygen concentrators,disinfectants and medical gloves to healthcare facilities to control the spread of COVID-19. They also provided two computers and one printer to promote digitalization at healthcare centers.

  • 1: An initiative to spread the “Green Wave” across the Earth by tree planting and so on carried out on the International Day for Biological Diversity established by the United Nations.
  • 2: The TFT menu provided at employee dining halls includes a 20-yen donation, and each 20 yen can provide one school meal in a developing country.
  • 3: Caps for PET bottles are collected at the office and the proceeds (approximately 860 caps provides a polio vaccine for one person) are sent to developing countries.