Our international activities include:
- Food aid for children suffering from famine
As a member of regional communities, the CTC Group is proactively involved in social contribution activities in a broad range of fields, including social welfare aimed at training the next generation, activities for environmental conservation, international assistance and cultural activities. At the same time, the CTC Group is aiming to realize an affluent society by putting its human resources, knowledge and information technologies to good use.
Going further, the CTC Group is focusing its initiatives on activities for providing assistance to people in areas affected by disaster.
The CTC Group is supporting recovery efforts in areas affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake with the hope of aiding in a faster recovery for these areas. We are providing support for volunteer activities by individual employees in disaster-stricken areas, and continuing to hold Happiness Recovery support tours for CTC Group employees to participate in such activities.
On , the CTC Group registered with the Sen-nen Kibo-no Oka (Millennium Hope Hills) supporter system in Iwanuma City, Miyagi Prefecture, the first corporate group based in Tokyo to do so. As a registered supporter, the CTC Group is continuing to undertake on-site activities in Iwanuma City, including cleaning, weeding, tree planting and replanting.
To enable employees to participate in support activities for other disaster-stricken areas*1 in Japan (other than those affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake) we have also established the Disaster Relief Volunteer Special Holiday and Disaster Relief Volunteer Activity Expenses Grant*2 schemes, offering backup and support for the proactive efforts of our employees.
Since the establishment of these schemes in , the total numbers of employees using them have grown to 207 (Disaster Relief Volunteer Special Holiday scheme) and 303 (Disaster Relief Volunteer Activity Expenses Grant scheme) respectively by the end of fiscal 2014.
Our Environmental conservation activities include:
CTC has been sponsoring an IT workshop titled "Children's Technology Challenge IT workshop class" since fiscal 2015 to offer the next generation of leaders its main business a chance to encounter and learn about IT.
In the Children's Technology Challenge IT workshop class, includes a visiting lecture titled "Lets try! IT engineer" in which children learn to think like programmers by planning a delivery system in a town using sensor robots and maps as IT engineers.
This workshop is designed as a place to experience programming skills, and as such is informing children about how IT is used in society. At the same time, the workshop is offering them a chance to foster their imagination, ability to express themselves and ability to think logically.
Our Promoting Diversity activities include:
Our cultural welfare activities include:
Our international activities include:
Our Regional support activities include:
The CTC Group offers various experience-based volunteer activities within communities and solutions for social issues to increase employees' familiarity with social contribution activities. Some of these activities are introduced below.
Held "SDGs card game class" to experience achieving SDGs goals.
Hold seminars to learn the basics of the SDGs using pre-employment time.
The CTC Group is offering information to CTC Group employees about volunteer activities using a mailing list called Smile Net, aiming to help Group employees engage in these activities in local communities.
Meanwhile, the CTC Group has set up a volunteer leave system*3 that CTC Group employees can use to take part in social contribution activities, aiming to build a support system for their volunteer activities.
Some examples of employees utilizing the Volunteer Holiday scheme include volunteering to help at local events, participating in visiting concert performances at welfare/care facilities, volunteering to help at disaster prevention or disaster readiness-related events and participation in lifesaving classes and guardian classes.