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Sustainability

Social Contribution Activities

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  • Social Welfare
  • Environmental Protection
  • Youth Development
  • Community Crime Prevention
Disaster recovery support activities

We strive to offer continuous support, with the idea that we should start with whatever we can do.

An important role for us is to offer continuing support in affected areas in the hope of recovery as soon as possible.
We will continue this support in the future, always thinking about what affected areas and disaster victims want and need.

Disaster recovery support activities

We strive to offer continuous support, with the idea that we should start with whatever we can do.

An important role for us is to offer continuing support in affected areas in the hope of recovery as soon as possible.We will continue this support in the future, always thinking about what affected areas and disaster victims want and need.

■Great East Japan Earthquake relief efforts

The Great East Japan Earthquake was a tremendous disaster. Toyoda Gosei has been providing continuous support in close contact with affected areas and people.

■Other disaster support

Major disasters strike some part of the world every year. We help by collecting funds and in other ways to provide support in these disasters.

  • Proceeds from the TG Festival are donated to disaster areas
  • Provision of blankets, emergency food, LED flashlightsand other items
  • Donation of collected relief funds
  • Other disaster support

Support in earthquake aftermath(2011)

  • ・16-person support unit sent (one month)
  • ・Water, food, blankets, LED flashlights provided
  • ・Collected relief funds sent

Participation in all-Toyota support unit at disaster areas(2011~)

In-company sales of specialty products from disaster areas in Tohoku(2012~)

Donation of LED security lights in disaster areas(2012~)

Sales at TG Festival of grilled saury and beef tongue meatball skewers from disaster areas(2012~)

Wheelchair repair instruction in Miyako City, a disaster area(2015~)