Contributing to the local community

To keep everyone live with peace of mind, Leopalace21 as a housing supplier are working with the members of the local communities.

Contribute to the Creation of a Friendly Living Environment through Communication with 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.

Adoption of Volunteer Leave System

In principle, qualified volunteer activities are those conducted by social welfare organizations. The Company operates a volunteer leave system only for disaster volunteer activities and activities that are specifically authorized by the Company.
Employees can take 5 days of volunteer vacation a year and receive financial support for volunteer activity insurance and transportation expenses (up to 10 thousand yen).

Blood Donations

Leopalace21 periodically carries out blood donation drives for employees since 2008 in which more than 100 employees taking part every year.

Blood Donations
Blood Donations
Blood Donations

"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.

Volunteer Vending Machines
Volunteer Vending Machines

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.

Leopalace Recycle Reading
Leopalace Recycle Reading

Picture Book Delivery Campaign

As an employee volunteer activity through the Japan Philanthropy Association, a public interest incorporated association supported by Leopalace21, Shanti International Volunteer Association conducted the "Picture Book Delivery Campaign." The Picture Book Delivery Campaign involves sending a translated text sticker to a Japanese picture book in a region where there is a shortage of children's books. The Company provided 20 picture books to the Myanmar (Burma) Refugee Camp library in March 2019.

Picture Book Delivery Campaign

Nuno (a Japanese for cloth) Chokkin* for Everyone

As an employee volunteer activity through the Japan Philanthropy Association, a public interest incorporated association supported by Leopalace21, the Company held the "Nuno (cloth) Chokkin for Everyone", a non-profit organization that considers young refugees. " Nuno (cloth) Chokkin for Everyone " is an activity in which cloth collected in the Company is cut and sent to Cambodia, where children's toys are scarce. Local people who live in slums and rural area sew dolls and deliver them to children. Sending cloth materials for dolls provides an opportunity for those people to earn money as sewing fees. In March 2019, the Company provided Cambodia with a pile of cloth to make 10 dolls.

  • *Chokkin is an onomatopoeia in cutting with scissors.
Nuno (a Japanese for cloth) Chokkin for Everyone

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