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Basic Policy, Expenditure Breakdown, and Framework

Basic Policy on Corporate Citizenship

Toshiba's approach to corporate citizenship was charted in 2003, as an extension of basic Toshiba Group commitments and standards of conduct. At Toshiba, we view corporate citizenship as an opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to society and future generations.

Toshiba Group Basic Policy on Corporate Citizenship Activities

Toshiba Group Social Contributions logo
Toshiba Group Social Contributions logo

The heart, in Toshiba's corporate red, expresses the desire to contribute to society.
The blue and green of the people express Earth and its land water.

Breakdown of Expenditures in FY2012

Breakdown of Expenditures in FY2012

*1:Expenditures include financial and product donations and voluntary programs.
*2:"Others" include support for disaster relief and public use of Toshiba facilities such as gymnasiums.

Promotional Framework

Coordinators at each Toshiba Group company or site oversee corporate citizenship.
Between April 2011 and March 2012, more than 110,000 employees in 174 Group companies participated in 1,449 corporate citizenship initiatives. All of these activities are evaluated by the Social Contributions Coordinator Working Group according to nine criteria, including purpose, employee participation, uniqueness, continuity, impact on society, and cooperation with other organizations. Activities that produce particularly outstanding results are awarded commendations at the Toshiba Group CSR Conference in December.


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