OMODA moves into a new phase of CSR with the “8023” Strategy.
Poland, 12th May 2023 – Apart from continuously expanding its reach to the global market with its many products, OMODA also wants to play an active role in protecting the environment and build a better international community.
Recently the auto brand launched its Green Public Welfare Fund Plan to better practice its corporate social responsibility.
In the past, OMODA played a key role in helping victims of the major earthquake in Turkey, doing public welfare activities for women in Kuwait, and the care for children in South Africa’s welfare homes.
With the Green Public Welfare Fund Plan, called the “8023” strategy, OMODA is aiming at funding and conducting various types of activities with global public welfare organizations with greater efforts.
This US$55 million annual fund will be implemented around the strategy, and here are key points to the strategy.
- 8- OMODA will work with 80 global NGOs and official organizations that are committed to environmental improvement and humanitarian care.
- 0- OMODA will implement ESG goals and reduce carbon footprint for the whole value chain
- 2- To raise these funds 2 parties will be contributing – OMODA and their customers. For every car sold, OMODA will contribute US$10 and customers will contribute US$1 to the fund.
- 3- Trilateral cooperation among corporations, users and public welfare organizations will ensure the fund will be used properly.
The OMODA Green Public Welfare Fund Program will continue to shoulder the mission of continuously contributing to social welfare in the future, and convey the message of giving love to humanity.
Organization: OMODA Poland
Contact Person: Chris Qi
Email: [email protected]
Release Id: 1205233483
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