Corporate Citizenship

Inauguration ceremony of school building held for Tabunan National High in Cebu Island

Students excited about their new school building

Inauguration ceremony of school building held for Tabunan National High in Cebu Island

Oct. 1, 2015

Students receive a key to new building

Students receive a key to new building


Newly built 2-classroom building

Newly built 2-classroom building


Tabunan National High School
Tabunan National High School
Tabunan National High School

In November 2013, Typhoon "Yolanda" hit the Philippines, causing enormous damage. Immediately HOYA Group gathered donations from employees to support the affected area. Approximately ¥7,000,000 (about 70,000 USD) was collected from around the world, and donated to the Red Cross and other appropriate organizations. In addition, HOYA Corporation provided a matching donation of ¥10,000,000 (about 100,000 USD) for the rebuilding of damaged schools.

Due to a lack of materials and manpower caused by nationwide reconstruction effort, it required substantial time to rebuild a school building in suburb area of the island. In September, the school building for Tabunan National High School in Borbon, northern part of Cebu Island, was completed, and the inauguration ceremony was conducted. The 2-classroom building fully equipped with large blackboards and school desks with tables recycled locally, and can accommodate up to 80 students.

HOYA will continue to contribute to the local community as a good corporate citizen, and implement various types of initiative.

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