Mizuho Volunteer Day
Since 2006, Mizuho employees, family members and friends have participated in Mizuho Volunteer Day, volunteering in their local communities as part of Mizuho's day of global community service.
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Clean–up activities in Tokyo and Osaka
Executives and employees working at Group departments, offices, and branches in Tokyo and Osaka along with their families took part in cleaning up shared spaces as part of efforts to create beautiful communities.
Participated in the Financial Industry in Tokyo For Charity Run
Mizuho employees and their families participate in charity events planned and operated by Financial Industry in Tokyo (FIT) —a voluntary charitable organization established by financial services companies based in Tokyo— with the purpose of contributing local communities. In addition to participating in competitions, employees have helped operate FIT activities on a voluntary basis.
Though nearly all participation fees are used for socially meaningful activities, funds are donated to organizations that are unable to maintain funding for activities due awareness–related issues.
Europe, the Middle East and Africa
Revitalizing Vacant Residential Areas
The Mizuho London branch engaged in revitalizing vacant areas in suburban residential districts, which entailed upturning soil, replacing lawns, and planting flower seeds. Owing to these activities, we created beautiful areas filled with blossoming flowers the following spring.
Asia and Oceania
Making Children Smile Project
The Mizuho Bank Bangkok branch and every office located in coastal areas collect monetary donations along with books, rice, and other items, which are donated to elementary schools. We also help maintain playgrounds and paint playground equipment as well as provide meals to children and their teachers.
School Improvement Project
New York area employees of Mizuho Bank Ltd., Mizuho Securities USA Inc., Mizuho Capital Markets Corp. and Mizuho Trust & Banking Co. (USA) and their families improved two elementary schools in Queens, NY, as part of the annual citywide New York Cares Day. Volunteers painted wall murals and bookshelves, gardened, and organized a library, improving the learning environment for hundreds of children.