Social Welfare

富邦慈善基金會 台北富邦銀行基金會

Fubon continues to pay close attention to the shifting landscape of society and engages in charity events in the hope of becoming a force for positive social change in Taiwan. To respond to the changing conditions associated with an aging society, Fubon is striving to foster a friendlier and more welcoming environment for seniors in society by implementing the "Happy Train Program for Seniors," "Senior Care Program," and the "Fubon Dementia Advocacy Program." In addition, the "Emergency Relief" project extends help to individuals and families facing major emergencies by providing subsidies to meet various needs including daily living expenses, health care, funeral services, and more. Fubon is committed to working toward achieving mutual prosperity in society, which is why we are constantly striving to promote social progress, to fulfill our role as a good corporate citizen trusted by our stakeholders and steadily pursuing Goal 3 of the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs), which seeks to ensure healthy lifestyles and promote well-being for people at all ages.

Action Plans 2017 Results Progress Mid-term Goals Long-term Goals
Senior Care Program
  • Held a total of 858 events
  • Total number of beneficiaries: 12,491 people
Completed Use the program to promote greater awareness of aging issues, stamp out negativity, and foster a more supportive environment and friendlier attitudes toward senior citizens.
Implemented Various Emergency Relief Programs
  • Individual Financial Assistance: 1,213 cases
  • Total program beneficiaries: 16,319 people
  • Provide short-term economic subsidies to underprivileged individuals and families who have fallen on hard times.
  • Help more individuals in need of assistance by linking together useful resources of public and private agencies.
  • Continue to provide assistance in the form of orphan scholarships and regular visitation to seniors through the "Guardian Angel" program.
  • Continue to introduce new programs that improve the lives of families.
  • Effectively allocate resources within society to prevent duplication or waste of funds.
  • Continue to follow up on the graduation and employment statuses of former recipients of orphan scholarships.

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