NTT DATA (Thailand) Co., Ltd., moves forwards with the “Love & Share Is All Around” campaign (Volunteer Week) to encourage its staff to donate necessities to The Mirror Foundation, creating workplace happiness, bonding and pride alongside the sustainability principle by donating new children’s amenities, adult diapers, medicines, accessories, clothes, books, stationery, sports equipment and electronic/electrical appliances. In more than 20 categories, with over 1,000 items.
Hironari Tomioka, President and Chief Executive Officer at NTT DATA (Thailand) Co., Ltd., states that the company has carried out the Love & Share Is All Around campaign (Volunteer Week) for 2 consecutive years to invite its staff to be givers by providing donations to The Mirror Foundation. Last year, the company ran the Give & Share campaign to fight COVID-19 by inviting its staff and partners to donate money for the procurement of medical equipment in 8 types with over 660 medical equipment units, such as High-Flow Oxygen Regulators and accessories, Negative-Ion Air Purifier, PPE sets and N95 masks for medical personnel in Luang Phor Thaweesak Chutinataro Uthit Hospital and Bang Khun Thian Geriatric Hospital, which are in the high-risk areas of Bangkok and its vicinity.
The purpose of the Love & Share Is All Around campaign is to be part of social responsibility by conducting internal activities that promote good deeds, sharing good things with society, and improving workplace happiness, organizational bonding and motivation. Eventually, it will improve work efficiency, loyalty of the employees, as well as create sustainable workplace happiness. Moreover, NTT DATA (Thailand) conducts its business based on social responsibility, environmental responsibility and good governance.
Wanlapa Pankrut, Human Resources Director of NTT DATA (Thailand) Co., Ltd. states that the Love & Share Is All Around campaign invites its staff and people to donate money and share the campaign on social media from mid-November onward. Internal activities are also conducted to promote giving and create sustainability for the organization.
On 15th December 2022, the company delivered new children’s amenities, adult diapers, medicines, clothes, books, stationery, sports equipment, and electronic/electrical appliances of more than 20 types with over 1,000 items to The Mirror Foundation and private social development organizations that work on human rights, information technology, voluntary activities and resource sharing, which operate on the internet, social platforms and rural communities in order to increase learning as well as life potential.
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