Contributing to Local Communities
Flower Increasing Campaign
Day-service users at Azumi En in Elderly Care Business grow flowers in the recreational activities and invite the local community members to enjoy the flowering season together. The cumulative number of such events are about 50 times a year across all Azumi En facilities.
Leopalace21 periodically carries out blood donation drives for employees since 2008 in which more than 100 employees taking part every year.
Volunteer Vending Machines
Leopalace21 places volunteer vending machines in the offices, and 1 to 3 yen per refreshments sold will be donated to charity organizations.
|National Federation of The Physically Disabled and Their Parents Associations||JPY 1,232,646||JPY 964,142||JPY 630,073||JPY 369,906|
|CIESF||JPY 196,028||JPY 126,093||JPY 88,799||JPY 64,234|
|Japan Cancer Society||JPY 510,995||JPY 443,389||JPY 309,559||JPY 253,713|
|Japan Sociely of Breast Health||JPY 26,469||JPY 19,591||JPY 12,654||JPY 11,336|
|Total||JPY 1,966,138||JPY 1,553,215||JPY 1,041,085||JPY 699,189|
Leopalace Recycle Reading
Leopalace21 collects used books, CDs and DVDs from employees, and sell them to VALUE BOOKS Corporation since 2010. The proceeds are then donated to National Network for Victim Support.
Total sum of donations
|FY2019||JPY 4,635||National Network for Victim Support|
|FY2020||JPY 7,239||National Network for Victim Support|
|FY2021||JPY 7,052||National Network for Victim Support|
|FY2022||JPY 5,289||National Network for Victim Support|
Providing Housing Support to Ukrainian Refugees
Leopalace21 has provided vacant apartment units under its management as part of a humanitarian aid to Ukrainian refugees, who were granted by the Japanese government, for a short period of time. We wish to relieve the Ukrainians' suffering and restore the peace in Ukraine and the world.
Number of units provided: 59 *As of September 30, 2023