Support for Raising Next-Generation Children

Support for Raising Next-Generation Children

We consider the sound upbringing of children, society’s next generation, as a social issue that must be addressed for the continued development of local communities, and we provide donation to support the raising of next-generation children.
For example, Toyo Tyre Malaysia Sdn Bhd, a Group company that manufactures and sells tires in Malaysia, began the “Education Scholarship Program” which offers scholarships to highly motivated students who do not enjoy a favorable learning environment due to financial constraints. The project includes the “Undergraduate Scholarship Program” for university students and the “Student Education Assistance Program” for elementary school students. Through these programs, the company is supporting the education of Malaysia’s next generation of leaders and contributing to regional development. In fiscal 2017, we provided US$ 48,000 for this project.

Students who have received scholarships1

Students who have received scholarships2

Students who have received scholarships

We also consider raising interest in science among students important in order to solve the unique issue of being able to continue to secure outstanding talent who will support the Group’s technology into the future and we provide learning support using Group resources for this.
For example, Toyo Tire Corporation accepts requests for lectures on its manufacturing, which are provided by technical staff and target high school students, as well as tours of its various test facilities in the Tire Technical Center.

Students listening to a lecture on our manufacturing1

Students listening to a lecture on our manufacturing2

Students listening to a lecture on our manufacturing

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TOYO TYRE & RUBBER AUSTRALIA LTD Launches Initiative to Support AFL Junior Team

TOYO TYRE & RUBBER AUSTRALIA LTD, which supports the GWS GIANTS Australian Football League (AFL) team, established the Kick for Cash for Clubs initiative to support Australian AFL junior teams and train future AFL players that will represent their country.
Through this initiative, the winning junior team receives $100,000 in prize money, the right to train with a professional team, and training equipment.