AutoAlliance (Thailand) (AAT) and Mazda Sales (Thailand) (MST) execute various social contribution activities in Thailand.
AAT is supporting activities related to human resources, and the safety and health policy of AAT, with the aim of promoting safety and health awareness in its employees and communicating its visions to local community. MST is fulfilling its responsibilities as a good corporate citizen.
To preserve mangrove forest and help the community to aware the necessity to save the environment.
AAT supports mangrove planting activity.
Approximately 100 employees from AAT participated in planting mangrove trees in December 2012.
To promote safety and health awareness in employees and to communicate visions to local community
The Occupational Health and Safety Committee in AAT has been cooperating with AAT's Hope Club to promote the "Safety at School Project". It also supports the community for HIV/AIDS at House of Grace Child Foundation, Chanthaburi, which is the workhouse for taking care of children affected by HIV/AIDS.
- Safety at School project:
- Lunch program to support healthy life at Bann Raweung School in Rayong province
- Donation of stationary supplies and sport equipment, and also in the support of school education program by repairing and checking school utility & equipment, etc.
- HIV/AIDS Social Responsibility
- Support for the Camillian Social Center at Christmas Party by donating money, stationary supplies, and consumer products (65 children participated in total)
To support development of students in Thailand.
AAT has been highly recognized for its education initiatives since 1998, with an ongoing "internship program" for around 20 undergraduate students from each university during the March–May period of each year. This allows the students an opportunity to observe how AAT's production process operates. AAT collaborates with many universities to provide on-the-job training, in line with the academic programs under Ministry of Education regulations. AAT is a company that helps produce highly qualified graduates who are able to contribute to the development of Thailand.
During March-May 2012, AAT provided an opportunity for approximately 30 students from universities to join its internship program where they get more knowledge and experience from real working.
To support charitable organizations and activities for local communities in Thailand
AAT and its employees participate in numerous charity activities.
- AAT and its suppliers donated money to the charity of Father Ray Foundation for helping underprevileged children, young people with disabilities, and the poor in Thailand.
- Approximately 470 employees from AAT donated blood through the Thailand Red Cross Society for sickness and injured person under the project of "Do Good for Dad" in the timing of Birthday of His Majesty King of Thailand in December.
To support recovery and relief efforts in Thailand
MST activity committee has focused on supporting school in suburb area to recover back to normal situation as soon as possible.
MST employees participated in support activities to clean and restore school building and playground (especially in Ayudhaya) by fixing, painting and planting (60 people participated in total).