|Title||[OSEN] Mercedes-Benz Korea's Social Contribution Activities, Heading to'Dream and Future'|
'Dream and future.' The more imminent the reality is, the more brilliant it is. The value that Mercedes-Benz's social contribution activities are focusing on is the dream and the future.
Since the establishment of the Mercedes-Benz Social Contribution Committee in 2014, Mercedes-Benz Korea has been engaged in various activities.
However, when I gathered the activities, I had a clear direction.
Words such as hope, education, and safety were consistently expressed around children and adolescents.
Let's start with the most recent activity.
The Mercedes-Benz Social Contribution Committee recently joined the social welfare corporation Children and Future Foundation
to support the growth of promising children and youth sports in Korea.
A new Mercedes-Benz Give and Dream (GIVE'N DREAM)' scholarship project was established.
'Give and Dream' spreads donation culture through sports. Donations made through the'Mercedes-Benz Give' activity, a social contribution activity,
This is a scholarship project to support domestic sports prospects.
This year, a total of 50 million scholarships will be awarded to a total of 50 scholarship students from the'Mercedes-Benz Gibe' fundraising during 2019.
Scholarships are provided for one year for the purpose of sports-related use, such as participation in sports competitions, training expenses, purchase of sports goods, and treatment for injuries.
Scholarship students will continue to receive support until graduation from high school through
an annual “eligibility examination” based on income, willingness to work, and scholarship utilization.
'Give and Dream' is a promising prospect in various sports fields such as elementary, middle and high school football,
Taekwondo, athletics, judo, hockey, skiing, figure skating, golf, etc. Hereafter) opportunities were offered to students.
Some businesses have already experienced nearly 20,000 educational opportunities.
The Mercedes-Benz Social Contribution Committee was developed for the first time in the world at the Daimler Headquarters in Germany,
so that growing children and adolescents can develop proper traffic safety awareness.
The Children's Traffic Safety Education Program “Mercedes-Benz MobileKids” has been introduced to suit domestic conditions, providing education to a total of 17,000 children.