SuperAlloy Industrial Co., Ltd. has entered the third year of supporting World Vision Taiwan’s domestic children’s needs. This year it donated another NT$525,000. In addition to the existing scholarships for disadvantaged students in Yunlin area and the annual program funding for after-school care classes, it has also expanded its footprints to Alishan Tsou Cultural Team. The Tsou are an indigenous people of central southern Taiwan. They are an Austronesian ethnic group. They reside in Chiayi County and Nantou County.
On December 20th, CEO of SAI Fu-de Social Welfare Charity Foundation and five corporate volunteers met with the Alishan Tsou Cultural Team. Through interaction with the cultural team children and cultural experiences, they learned more about the connotation, implementation methods and Tsou culture of the project, and held a donation ceremony.
Director Hu Wanwen of the Central District Office of World Vision Taiwan said: World Vision Taiwan serves a total of 3,450 children and families in the Yunlin and Chiayi area, including 1,800 children in the Yunlin area and 450 children in the Alishan area. Through the cultural literacy program in Dabang Elementary School, Tsou’s cultural team is organized to deepen children’s cultural identity and develop their talents to build self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment. Hu thanked SAI for continuing to care about the needs of disadvantaged students in Yunlin and extend care to the Alishan area so that children can have more diversified development opportunities on the road of learning and go to school with peace of mind. We also hope that more caring companies, societies and people will support a child through regular donations of NT$ 1,000 or NT$ 2,000 per month, join hands to help disadvantaged domestic students, let education transform lives and bring hope to life, charity donation hotline 05-2310379 extension 104 Commissioner Yang.