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Enhancing We Care brand value

“KGI Volunteer Day” – Encouraging Employees to Get Involved in Elderly Outreach
In October 2013, in association with the United Way of Taiwan, KGI Bank has launched the “KGI Volunteer Day” initiative, an employee volunteer service dedicated to serving elderly residents across care facilities in Taipei, Taichung, or Kaohsiung. Employees are encouraged to plan one visit every month to the facilities to keep the lonely seniors company. In return, KGI Bank rewards the commitment by granting compensatory leave to the volunteers. Today, more than 800 employees have signed up to take part in this program.

 
Allying with CDIB Education and Cultural Affairs Foundation to service remote villages
By leveraging the group’s resources, KGI Bank is committed to the long-term assistance of the underprivileged group in society. To support underprivileged school children, employees of KGI Bank take part in a “Lunch Dates” project organized by the Foundation. Following the 2016 cooking lunch activity at Meifeng Elementary School in Dacheng Township, Zhanghua, and Huanan Elementary School in Gukeng Township, Yunlin, KGI’s senior executive led staff in 2017 to prepare food for over one hundred students of Jhu An Elementary School in Yilan County.

Extension events to promote “Our Class Has got Talent” scheme
KGI Bank provides a digital platform with resources for talented students to present their outstanding artwork to the public. It has a collaborated for a long time with the CDIB Education and Cultural Affairs Foundation in funding the program “Our Class Has Got Talent,” which works with students to help them discover their own unique qualities in a non-academic setting. For the second year in a row, the Bank’s Chinese New Year’s edition of Line app stickers was jointly curated by a group of 7th-graders from the Fine Arts Program at Sanmin Junior High School, Kaohsiung, who were part of the Our Class program. Their popular stickers have tallied 4.5 million downloads and 130 million forwarding. In 2017, KGI Bank and Dance Chic Bon jointly promoted KGI Cha-Cha-Cha Dancing Camp, where the three instructors were the young talents who have been supported by the Foundation over a long period.