Car maker honored for 20 years of contributing to society in Vietnam.
Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) and 50 other enterprises were honored in The Corporate Social Responsibility Awards 2015 on April 15 for their contributions to corporate social responsibility (CSR) in Vietnam over the last 20 years.
Organized by the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee, the Ministry of Planning and Investment, and the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs since 2013, the awards aim to acknowledge those enterprises that have enhanced their relationship with the community.
TMV has created jobs for over 32,000 people throughout the country since being established and contributed about $4 billion to the State budget.
It’s also been involved in an array of well-known social activities in four main fields: traffic safety, human resources development, society and culture, and environmental protection. Children and young people have clearly been the focus, with the Toyota Scholarship Program, the Toyota Scholarship for Young Musical Talent and, especially, the Toyota Concert to aid the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, which has been held for the last 17 years.