May 21, 2013
In the business world, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has gained increasing awareness as any corporate activity can result in social or environmental consequences, directly or indirectly. In this circumstance, internal and external resources need to be exploited with full responsibility, to ensure the peaceful coexistence of all living in Thailand and elsewhere on Earth.
This website is dedicated to be the centre of CSR movements, concerning leading 100 corporations and beyond, to demonstrate their vision and mission in safeguarding society and environment. All movements are designed for the benefits of all stakeholders like clients, business partners, society and environment. Through the articles and photos, their vision and mission is echoed. With this, we aim to strengthen understanding in CSR which will not only benefit the Thai business but the entire globe.
The Japanese government, under its grant assistance for grassroots human security projects scheme (GGP), is providing Bt1.88 million for waste-management centres and promoting waste recycling in Samokhae sub-district in the Muang district of Phitsanulok province.
Richard Abela, country president of Novartis (Thailand) has donated Bt473,000 to the Pattaya Redemptorist School for the Blind, under the patronage of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
General Motors vice president of global manufacturing and president of international operations Tim Lee recently joined GM Southeast Asia president Martin Apfel to hand out 130 virtually indestructible footballs to schoolchildren in Chon Buri.