|Title||[Joongang] [From the Post-Corona Crisis to Hope] Transparency in the precious funds donated by enterprises ... Transforming 'non-face-to-face' campaigns for social contribution|
Amid the spread of the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19), "social distancing" has become a routine.
As a result, the keyword "un+contact" is located in daily life, which is out of the focus of face-to-face.
As "non-face-to-face" has emerged as a key topic in all sectors of society, not only face-to-face welfare services
but also NGOs (non-government organizations) and NPOs (non-profit private organizations)
that have built up capabilities through corporate and social contribution activities have faced new challenges.
It is time for companies to consider how to proceed with CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities in line with the post-Corona era,
breaking away from the form of donations and support to prevent Corona 19. Amid the trend of social change,
there is a foundation that quickly transforms face-to-face-to-face social contribution campaigns into "untouch" to develop more professional social contribution campaigns.
The Children's Future Foundation, a social welfare corporation, is currently working with about 80 companies
while carrying out more than 100 educational and social contribution projects, and is being reborn as a
"corporate CSR professional" foundation in the social welfare sector in name and reality.
Founded in March 2000, the Children's Future Foundation, which raised funds from venture businessmen,
has been engaged in activities that deviate from the poetic welfare services focused on providing basic food, clothing and shelter.
Various activities have been carried out to provide various educational opportunities for children and teenagers
and to provide social support for their future and foster talent. In addition to the expansion of corporate social contribution,
the company is expanding its activities to promote the culture of social contribution in Korea.