To encourage students to utilize their potential, KGI Bank funds a non-academic skills
program via the CDIB Education and Cultural Affairs Foundation's “Our Class Has Got
Talent” program. The bank's Chinese New Year-themed LINE stickers in 2015 were
contributed by students of the Advertising Design Department of National Chushan
Senior High School, Nantou. The popular stickers saw nearly 4 million downloads and
100 million forwards. Thus, KGI Bank provided a stage for talented students to
present their outstanding artwork to the public.
For years, KGI Bank purchases gifts for employees from charitable organizations to
support good causes. One such case is that of Fushan Farm and its organic harvest.
The farm is run by the headmaster of Fushan Elementary School, Wulai, in a bid to
improve the economic circumstances of Wulai villagers and contribute funds for the
higher education of Taiwan’s aboriginal population. In 2015, in order to arouse
employees’ attention about childhood autism, the bank had purchased dessert gift
boxes from Kanner Foundation for Autistic Children and Adults and distributed them
as birthday gifts to employees. This charitable act helped employees pay attention
to the issues of schooling, employment and career planning for autistic children.