We believe, that as a corporate citizen, we have a responsibility to contribute to the quality of life in our communities.
CSR is a part of our business strategy to sustain business growth. It supports the corporate image and protects its reputation. CSR is not only a philanthropic responsibility, it also consists of an economic responsibility to be profitable, a legal responsibility to obey the law and regulations an ethical responsibility to do what is right, and finally a responsibility to be fair and produce products which we are proud of.
We believe, that as a corporate citizen, we have a responsibility to contribute to the quality of life in our communities. Suntory PepsiCo Vietnam Beverage (SPVB) is very aware of social responsibility via the philosophy of "Sharing Profit with Society" and "Performance with Purpose" - achieving business and financial success while leaving a positive imprint on society. SPVB will continue to strengthen and broaden the CSR programs to contribute more for Vietnamese society in Education, Healthcare, Water & Environment and through Helping Hands, a charity program financed and conducted by SPVB staff across the country. In each category, we have been carrying out many activities that contribute effectively for the local community where we operate.
Education: SPVB has been building and developing many educational programs and talent sustainability development for young generation.
Water & Environment: Our goal is coexisting in harmony with environment. We always find innovative ways to minimize our impact on the environment to the local communities where we operate as well as implementing many environment protection projects with the community.
Healthcare: SPVB, accompanied by stakeholders, conducts many programs for community healthcare, such as heart operations, eye surgery, support to build medical centers, supplying medical equipment to poor communities, and poorer patients in remote areas.
Helping Hands: A community program financed by SPVB, which harnesses the time and skills of our staff across the country