A Social Assistance Activity partnering with Singapore Red Cross Society

The COVID-19 pandemic has created much disruption and hardship among the migrant workers in Singapore. In line with “Corporate Responsibility to Society” which is one of “Three Principles” shared by Mitsubishi Group, we have partnered with Singapore Red Cross Society (SRC) to render help and assistance to the migrant workers community.

On 20 July 2020, our Managing Director Ms. Kaori Takahashi presented a donation to Mr. Benjamin William, Secretary-General / CEO of SRC. Ms. Takahashi also pitched in with our staff volunteers to pack essential items to be delivered to dormitories for the migrant workers.

Mitsubishi Elevator (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. recognizes the efforts and contribution of migrant workers in building our nation. Let us continue to care for the welfare of our migrant workers, stay united and we will overcome the challenge of COVID-19 together!

Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home @ Katapult Trampoline Park

On 11 June 2019, our staff volunteers had a fun-filled morning with the youths of Chen Su Lan Methodist Children’s Home as a community engagement activity. The home provides shelter, care and protection to boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 21 years old from dysfunctional families in Singapore.

The youths had fun interacting with our staff volunteers over trampoline games and activities, and the visit was concluded with a halal lunch and goodie bags for the young participants. Both our volunteers and the youths enjoyed the event tremendously, and they look forward to opportunities for future interaction.

Beach Cleaning 2019 in collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric Asia

On 16 March 2019, close to 100 staff and family members gathered at Changi Beach for our annual beach cleaning. The staff had delicious breakfast croissants, followed by short speeches by Managing Director of Mitsubishi Electric Asia Pte. Ltd., Mr. Shinji Sasaki, and Managing Director of Mitsubishi Elevator (Singapore) Pte. Ltd., Ms. Kaori Takahashi. The participants then split into 2 groups to cover the areas of Changi Beach, picking up litter which would otherwise pollute the waters and harm marine life.

Through this event, we hoped to foster closer bonding and strengthening the harmonious relationship between family members. The younger generation also learnt how litter adversely affects the marine ecosystem. It was a good Saturday morning well-spent doing our part for the environment!

SARAH Senior Activity Centre @ River Safari

On 28 November 2018, our staff volunteers had a fun day accompanying the senior citizens of SARAH Senior Activity Centre to the River Safari. The group had the privilege of spotting the stars of the River Safari – Jia Jia and Kai Kai. After the river safari tour, we hosted the senior citizens for lunch at Kampong Café at Bukit Merah. We hope they have enjoyed our company and we look forward to visiting them again in the near future!