[Sponsored Report] Hanwha Life Insurance gives back
The core of Hanwha Life Insurance’s social contributions is the volunteer team in which every Hanwha Life employee and financial planner (FP) participates. A total of 144 volunteer teams pair with local organizations taking care of the handicapped, elderly and orphaned. Volunteer work takes place at least once a month.
Additionally, Hanwha Life Insurance organizes special volunteer programs such as economy education classes for staff who wish to participate, and “MOM’s Care,” a volunteer group comprised of female employees and FPs who participate in activities for young children.
The company’s “Sarangmoa Fund” is a social contribution fund that every employee donates a fixed portion of their income to every month. (Sarangmoa translates to “gathering love” in Korean.) The company matches each employee’s donation, and the fund is used to support the volunteer teams’ activities.
Before its foundation day in September, Hanwha Life Insurance organized a one-month relay volunteer project associated with the Korea’s traditional markets.
The first day of the event took place on Sept.16 in the front yard of the 63 Building, where executives including the CEO bought and delivered Chuseok food such as rice, songpyeon (small rice cakes) and fruit to the unprivileged.
During the following month, volunteer teams around the country bought food from traditional markets and handed it out to neighbors in need.
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