Sharing (Participation activities of executives and employees)
Doosan’s unique CSR culture engages every member around the world
Doosan celebrates the “Doosan Day of Community Service” each year. On the day, employees from all its worksites around the world practice sharing with their neighbors and local communities simultaneously. Now established as a CSR culture unique to Doosan, it involves over 1,700 personnel from 29 business establishments in 5 countries around the world.
Woori Doori, Sports for Youth with Disabilities
Since 2016 we have operated the “Woori Doori” sports program, which is designed to enhance the physical strength and social skills of youths with disabilities in the areas where our worksites are located, including Seoul, Incheon, Iksan, and Changwon. In 2017, over 500 volunteers consisting of employees and undergraduate students participated in Teeball1) games with physically disabled children and youth. In addition, they held year-end athletics events at which the children got to experience diverse sports while competing based on the Teeball skills they had learned so far. The Woori Doori programs have contributed to enhancing their sociability as well as their physical ability. In so doing, Doosan helps physically disabled children grow into healthy citizens in a warm-hearted environment.
1) Teeball is both a team sport and a simplified version of baseball and softball.
Sharing Tea with Love
Since 1991, Doosan has held “Sharing Tea with Love” events under a brotherhood agreement with the Baekdusan unit. This long-running CSR program has continued for 27 years, delivering warmth to soldiers serving on the front line in Kangwon-do. It has delivered 8,000 boxes of instant coffee and donation money in 2017.