Intel takes care of underprivileged children and their families on a long-term basis
The long-term cooperation between Intel Taiwan and the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families helps take care of underprivileged children and their families. Supporting a fighting poverty campaign launched by the Fund in October, Intel Taiwan held a donation at its office to raise used goods and took these goods along with handmade cat paw biscuits to a charity bazaar of the campaign. All the proceeds received from the bazaar were donated to the Fund to help take care of underprivileged children and their families.
Supporting a 2016 fighting poverty campaign launched by the Taiwan Fund for Children and Families in October, Intel employees held a donation at office to raise used but in well condition goods of more than 100 kilograms and took these goods to a charity bazaar of the campaign. In order to increase what could be offered at the bazaar, a colleague who is good at confectionery was invited to teach more than thirty Intel volunteers how to make cat paw biscuits at office.
On October 16. at the Taipei Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall where the bazaar took place, near twenty Intel volunteers and their families set up a pavilion to sell what they raised. They also took part in an experience activity of umbrella-sewing to personally feel the predicament of long hours and low incomes common to underprivileged families. They earnestly hawked what they raised and the used but mint goods donated by Intel employees were almost sold out. All the proceeds they received were donated to the Fund for Children and Families to take care of the underprivileged under 18 years old and their families, and the aid include education subsidization, emergency relief, financial independence counseling, and healthcare maintenance. The whole-day event helped the children of Intel volunteers experience a very different aspect of life for them to understand the importance of gratitude and cherish what they already have.
Encouraging employees to care for communities and the underprivileged is indispensable to Intel’s corporate social responsibility commitment, which also helps enrich the life of Intel volunteers while bringing in more positive influences to the society.
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