Canon Hong Kong Attained Caring Company 10 Years Plus Logo for 5th Year in a Row and Supported the Partnership Expo 2018
In strict adherence to corporate philosophy "Kyosei", Canon Hong Kong (Canon HK) devotes to providing quality imaging products and services, and also contributing to carrying out a full spectrum of corporate social responsibilities for an even better Hong Kong society, by means of our expertise and power leveraged. This year, we are proudly attained the Caring Company 10 Years Plus Logo awarded by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) for the fifth consecutive year with the nominations from 7 Social Welfare Organizations. This is the recognition of Canon HK’s promising effort in performing corporate social responsibilities in the areas of “Caring for the Community”, “Caring for the Employees” and “Caring for the Environment”.
The 7 nominating organizations include (in no particular order):
- People Service Centre
- St. James’ Settlements
- Vital Employee Service Consultancy, Christian Family Service Centre
- World Green Organization
- World Wild Fund – Hong Kong
- The Green Earth
- The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
On 16 March, HKCSS organized the Caring Company Partnership Expo 2018 for corporate and social service sectors at Hong Kong Exhibition & Convention Centre. Over 4,000 representatives attended to share their experiences and works towards community caring. During the Expo, CHK provided instant photo shoot and print charitable service to capture happy moments with its imaging expertise. HK$10 was charged for each photo print and a total amount of HK$4,032, without any cost deduction, has been received and donated to “Make-A-Wish Hong Kong” to create life-changing wishes of children with critical illnesses.
Caring Company Scheme has been launched by HKCSS since 2002, with the mission of building a cohesive society through strategic partnerships among businesses and social service partners. This year, the scheme recognized 3,478 companies and organizations, which had supported over 480 social service organizations with over HK$430 million in donations, 210 thousand hours of volunteer service and 9,637 employment opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged persons.