Tokyo Century Received a Letter of Appreciation from Japan Rescue Association

  • Social

As part of its social contribution activities through the shareholder special benefit plan, Tokyo Century donates an amount equivalent to 2.5% of the total value of the shareholder incentives (Quo Cards: Prepaid cards) to the Japan Rescue Association (JRA), a certified nonprofit organization. For this activity, a letter of appreciation was presented to Tokyo Century by Mr. Oka, the director of the JRA.

The JRA is an organization that trains and dispatches disaster search dogs to search for people missing in earthquakes, typhoons, landslides, and other disasters. The JRA prepares to deploy these dogs to disaster-stricken areas, both domestically and internationally, in the event of a disaster occurrence, under the disaster agreement with the Tokyo Fire Department and more than 50 other local governments. Our donation will fund the association's activities.

Tokyo Century will continue to strive to live in harmony with the local community through social contribution activities and to promote initiatives to realize a sustainable society.

From left to right: Ms. Takaki, Mr. Oka, Director General, Japan Rescue Association, and Toshiyuki Otobe, Executive Officer, Tokyo Century