Yuanta supports and encourages young people to bravely follow their dreams, and has teamed up with Fu Jen University for six years now on the Dreams Take Flight Program, which, through a diverse range of means including classes, scholarship assistance, and long-distance digital tutoring, has sought to cultivate the dreams of students in the hope that they will grow and one day bring benefits to society as a whole.
To further strengthen our public-spirit, in 2016 the Yuanta Foundation launched the Dream Big Plan, integrating resources from Yuanta Financial Holdings to create a charity platform, bringing us together with nine educational and social welfare groups in need of resources, and allowing us to work together to make dreams come true for over one thousand disadvantaged students in Taiwan, by allocating resources and providing accessible educational opportunities. Yuanta also called together more than 200 Group employees to join as volunteers, and our “Yuanta Unlimited Love” Facebook page has already attracted more than 300,000 views, helping us to build and strengthen the good we do in the community, and ensuring that our efforts can brighten every corner of society.
|Organization Name||Activities Promoted|
|Yanping Township Buklavu Sustainability Association||Purchasing musical instruments, equipment, and classroom facilities to ensure that children have sufficient resources for the musical education, and joining with the local market to organize a concert for the students to showcase what they have learned.|
|SongKun Traditional Arts||Recruiting disadvantaged children to join a traditional drumline, organizing concerts for them to show what they have learned; Yuanta volunteers join the students as study partners on a weekly basis.|
|Taiwan Rainbow Gospel & Social Welfare Association||Training disadvantaged women to work as classroom tutors, and assisting disadvantaged students with tutoring and promotion of reading education.|
|Hualien Sinsiang Inter Community Association||Holding specially-themed classes every Saturday, with topics including cooking, film appreciation and discussion, guitar and street dancing, as well as arranging workplace visits at area companies.|
|Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Mary||Teaching elderly and retired people to perform magic tricks, and organizing performances for them at rural schools, orphanages, and children’s wards in hospitals. Yuanta volunteers also attend performances and make balloon animals to distribute to the children.|
|Taiwan Foundation for the Blind||Purchasing Braille printing equipment and establishing an online library for visually-impaired individuals. Yuanta volunteers donated picture books and helped build text files for them, thereby increasing available reading resources.|
|Yunlin Zhanghu Ecological Elementary and Junior High School||Supporting a school-wide outdoors learning bicycle trip, helping children learn through practical experience and expand their horizons.|
|New Taipei Municipal HaiShan High School||With the help of Yuanta volunteers, filming online mathematics education videos.|
|Hsinchu Tayax Indigenous Ecological Culture Industry Development Association||Providing Atayal culture courses (specifically for women and children with tribal membership), parent-child activities (jam-making and cooking courses), environmental protection and sanitation courses, and promoting traditional Ayatal weaving culture.|