With the efforts of the Taiwanese government and all citizens, the COVID-19 epidemic has gradually eased. Taiwan has continued to have no new local cases for more than one month. This achievement not only represents a high degree of crisis awareness and cooperation among the people of Taiwan, but also shows that the effectiveness of Taiwan ’s epidemic prevention is meaningful for all countries in the world. However, while all the Taiwanese people were busy with epidemic prevention, the epidemic situation also caused further hardship for the economically disadvantaged groups in Taiwan society.
Phison Electronics (PHISON; TPEx: 8299), a NAND controller and storage solutions provider, is in the line with the business philosophy of "Taking from the Society, Giving back to the Society", and has actively participated in various public welfare activities and assisted the disadvantaged groups in the society for a long time. During the epidemic, Phison contacted Miaoli’s TAIWAN FUND Children and Families and learned that there are quite a few economically disadvantaged families in Miaoli who have been affected by the outbreak. Therefore, Phison internally called for charitable donations and reached the fundraising goal in just 3 days. It is expected that more than 1,100 socially vulnerable families (a total of nearly 2,000 children) will receive this fundraising assistance.
|Miaoli’s TAIWAN FUND Children and Families Received the Donation from T.H. Kuang, VP of Phison.|
K.S. Pua, CEO and chairman of Phison, said that Phison has been stumbled all the way since founded. In addition to the efforts of all employees, the help of countless benefactors is also an important factor for Phison’s achievement. Therefore, Phison is grateful and has been giving back to the society for a long time since it started to make profits, and fulfilled its corporate social responsibilities. Phison hopes that through these donations and activities, it can set an example for others to follow, so that the public and more enterprises will pay attention to the disadvantaged groups in the society.
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