Sharing Our Prosperity with Society

To implement social care and practice corporate social responsibility, TSC endeavors to create a favorable working environment and actively engages in public welfare initiatives. From the 2009 flooding in the wake of Typhoon Morakot to the 2014 Kaohsiung gas explosion, we have organized various public welfare initiatives to engage with society actively. Despite the ongoing pandemic, we continue to make meaningful contributions through charity sales, material donations, and monetary support. These actions have positively impacted our employees, fostering a culture of social responsibility and encouraging their active involvement in public welfare activities.

Since 2009, we have donated over NT$5 million to disaster relief, medical facilities, education subsidies, and charitable organizations. Furthermore, we have actively engaged in a range of philanthropic endeavors. This includes collaborating with Siangyu Care and Education Institute in Taoyuan City to co-organize charity events. We have also participated in blood donation activities organized by the Taiwan Blood Services Foundation. Additionally, we have contributed to meal services for underprivileged children and families in need, organized by the World Peace Association. These initiatives exemplify our commitment to addressing the nutritional needs of children through tangible actions.

Social Influence

Two Major Visions and Goals

VisionGoalTargetCorresponding UN SDG(s)
Humanitarian CareRegularly contribute funds or resources to disadvantaged groups requiring assistance, and maintain investment in social engagement.Various public welfare organizations and institutions.SDG 1 No Poverty
Youth EmpowermentPromoting industry-academia collaboration to foster talent in the semiconductor industry.College studentsSDG 4 Quality Education

TSC's Pandemic Blood Drive

TSC’s Pandemic Blood Drive

In 2020, the world experienced the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, which had a significant impact on public welfare organizations. Due to the inability to hold physical fundraising activities, these organizations suffered a sharp decline in donation income. On January 26, 2021, in response to this situation, Li-Je and I-lan Site collaborated to organize a joint blood donation event. To motivate colleagues to actively participate, senior supervisors at TSC generously offered prizes for colleagues to win. A total of 100 individuals took part in the event, collectively donating 118 bags of blood. TSC intends to regularly host blood donation events in the future, aiming to foster a culture of blood donation among colleagues and contribute to society as a team.

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