“Doosan Day of Community Service”, a culture of sharing
Reported by Anh Minh
Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam, Dung Quat
Economic Zone, Binh Thuan Commune, Binh Son District, Quang Ngai, Vietnam April
23rd 2019: First held on October 24, 2014, the "Doosan
Day of Community Service" or DDCS has become an annual event featuring the
unique and distinctive sharing culture of Doosan Group. This year, the DDCS took
place in 19 countries around the globe. In Vietnam, Doosan Vina brought joy to
the students of Binh Chanh Primary School No. 2, Binh Son district.
Today morning, nearly
6,000 Doosan employees worldwide had joined forces for the 7th DDCS campaign in
19 countries around the world such as, South Korea, the United States, the
United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Germany, Chile, Australia, India, Vietnam,
Many diverse and rich sharing activities took place in these countries. In
Korea, the Doosan volunteers donated their furniture, cleaned and took care of a
cultural heritage. Another group in the US painted for libraries and
classrooms, helped the homeless, removed sand out of the playground and moved shed.
In China, another group participated in blood donation and donated school supplies
to local schools.
Vietnam, this activity happened at Binh Chanh Primary School No. 2 of Binh Son
District, Quang Ngai Province. Doosan Vina extracted an amount of 150 million
VND and sent 100 employees to upgraded for the school, made it look new by
painting the classrooms, renovated the playground, cleaned the campus and donated
school supplies and facilities such as iron gates, bookshelves, blackboards and
some other equipment.
“I am very
happy to join this program. It gives me a really warm feeling. This is a very
meaningful activity of Doosan globally. In addition, I have also joined other
colleagues to participate in many community charity programs organized by the
company such as: Free health care; Housing renovation for the elderly; School
renovation; Blood donation; Distributing porridge to patients and other
programs.” said Bui Van Son, FM department.
more than 52,000 employees of Doosan Group have participated in this meaningful