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Contributions to the recovery of the regions affected by the Great East Japan Earthquakes by Mazda Group (list)

FY March 2018
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan. 186,931 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires.
    The donation was given to the Japan NPO Center for the "JAPAN EARTHQUAKE LOCAL NPO SUPPORT FUND"
  • Mazda assisted the Support Our Kids Project in sending nine junior and senior high school students in the affected areas to France for the 7th Homestay Program.
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. 250 thousand yen was provided to a program to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
  • Others; volunteer activities, donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society etc., provision of vehicles, planted trees (three companies).
FY March 2017
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan. 140,757 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires.
    The donation was given to the Japan NPO Center for the "JAPAN EARTHQUAKE LOCAL NPO SUPPORT FUND"
  • Mazda assisted the Support Our Kids Project in sending ten junior and senior high school students in the affected areas to United States for the 6th Homestay Program.
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. 250 thousand yen was provided to a program to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
  • Others; volunteer activities, donated to the Japanese Red Cross Society etc., provision of vehicles, invitation of boy's baseball teams to Mazda All-Star Games, planted trees (four companies).
FY March 2016
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan; 185,454 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires.
    The donation was given to the Japan NPO Center for the Japan Earthquake Local NPO Support Fund.
  • Mazda assisted the Support Our Kids Project in sending ten junior and senior high school students in the affected areas to France for the 5th Homestay Program. These students visited the 24 Hours of Le Mans race and experienced kart racing
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events
  • Mazda donated a portion of the proceeds from Mazda Roadster Charity Flea Market
  • Various support activities by Mazda dealerships; volunteer activities and donations (Tohoku Mazda, Keiji Mazda and Kobe Mazda)
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. 250 thousand yen was provided to a program to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
FY March 2015
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan; 150,787 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires.
    The donation was given to the Japan NPO Center for the Japan Earthquake Local NPO Support Fund.
  • Mazda assisted the Support Our Kids Project in sending ten junior and senior high school students in the affected areas to France for the 4th Homestay Program. These students visited the 24 Hours of Le Mans race and participated in the parade riding in the Roadster (MX-5 overseas), which celebrated its 25th anniversary.
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events
  • Mazda donated a portion of the proceeds from Mazda Roadster Charity Flea Market
  • Various support activities by Mazda dealerships; volunteer activities, donations, provision of vehicles, invitation of boy's baseball teams to Mazda All-Star Games) (Tohoku Mazda, Keiji Mazda, Kobe Mazda, Hiroshima Mazda and Nishi Shikoku Mazda)
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. A total of 1.1 million yen was provided to three programs to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
FY March 2014
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan; 131,593 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires. The donation was given to the Japan NPO Center for the Japan Earthquake Local NPO Support Fund.
  • Mazda assisted the Support Our Kids Project in sending ten junior and senior high school students in affected areas to France for the 3rd Homestay Program and 24 Hours of Le Mans race visitation.
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events.
  • "Kiseki no Ippon-Matsu," the miracle pine tree, was endured the tsunami of the earthquake disaster. Its one-tenth size replica, "Kibou no Ippon-Matsu," the pine tree with hope, was produced through the best of the sheet metal technology of 14 domestic vehicle manufactures including Mazda. It was donated to Rikuzentakata-shi, with a wish for the revival from Great East Japan Earthquake. During the donation ceremony, a sheet metal lesson for the children in elementary and middle high school was also carried out.
  • Mazda donated a portion of the proceeds from Mazda Roadster Charity Flee Market.
  • Various support activities by Mazda dealerships; volunteer activities and making donations (Tohoku Mazda, Keiji Mazda, Kobe Mazda and Nishi Shikoku Mazda)
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. A total of 1.2 million yen was provided to four programs to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
  • A donation by employees through Mazda's cafeteria plan.
FY March 2013
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan, and 82,349 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires. The donation was given to the Ashinaga Scholarship Society, to help construct the Tohoku Rainbow House.
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events.
  • The woman's volleyball team of the Mazda Blue Zoomers held volleyball lessons for students ranging from elementary schoolchildren to high school students in Fukushima Prefecture (Number of participants: around 100 students).
  • Mazda donated a portion of the proceeds from Mazda Roadster Charity Flee Market.
  • Various support activities by Mazda dealerships; volunteer activities and donations (Tohoku Mazda and Keiji Mazda)
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. A total of 1.15 million yen was provided to three programs to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
  • A donation by employees through Mazda's cafeteria plan.
FY March 2012 (August and beyond)
  • Mazda donated 50 yen for every reply to the customer satisfaction questionnaires through dealerships in Japan, and 40,340 customers cooperated in answering the questionnaires. The donation was given to the Ashinaga Scholarship Society, to help construct the Tohoku Rainbow House.
  • Support was provided for quake-affected regions by purchasing their carbon offset credits at environmental events.
  • Mazda donated a portion of the proceeds from Mazda booths set up at community contribution events.
  • Grants were provided by way of the Mazda Foundation's programs for supporting citizen activism. A total of 1.15 million yen was provided to three programs to assist the recovery of the regions affected by the earthquake.
  • A donation by employees through Mazda's cafeteria plan.
March to July 2011
  • Mazda Group companies in Japan and abroad, employees, former Mazda employees, the Mazda Foundation USA, and other parties contributed donations totaling ¥150 million to the relief effort through the Japan Red Cross Society and its sister organizations in other countries (includes some support for Group employees; from March to July, 2011).
  • Group companies, suppliers, and employees donated a total of 130 tons of supplies from their own stockpiles (in terms of truck payloads), including food, beverages, and other daily necessities. The stockpiles were delivered between March and May 2011 to the affected areas via the Group's logistics network and the efforts of the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren) and other support organizations.
  • Nurses and medical staff were dispatched from the Mazda Hospital.
  • Special vehicles (safety loaders, etc.) were provided to tow damaged vehicles, and Mazda Group company employees assisted in the removal of vehicles.
  • Vehicles were provided to Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures.
  • To mitigate customers' concerns, radiation safety inspection teams were organized to check vehicles for signs of radiation and confirm their safety.
Mazda Sustainability Report 2011 (In-depth version)