Survey Concerning Corporate Philanthropy Activities
Since 1991, Keidanren has conducted a survey concerning
philanthropic activities among corporate members of Keidanren, as
well as corporate members of the "1% Club." The survey uses
questionnaires which ask corporations to respond to questions such
as the amount of philanthropic expenditure, and whether it has
implemented a system to promote philanthropic activities during
the past fiscal year.
This year, in addition to the questions described above, questions
were added regarding the company's awareness of philanthropic
activities and the establishment of an in-house philanthropic
system. The framework for the survey is described below.
Target of Survey
Corporate members of Keidanren, corporate members of the "1%
Club" totaling 990 companies.
Committee In Charge
Corporate Philanthropy Committee (Takeo Shiina, Chairman)
Inter-Cultural Exchange Committee (Shinichi Nishio, Chairman)
Object of Survey
To clarify the current condition of philanthropic activities
of companies, to deepen the understanding of the society, and
to contribute to future activities of the companies.
Contents of Survey
The survey is designed to ascertain the amount of expenditure
on philanthropic activities in fiscal year 1993 (including
inter-culture exchange), the ratio of expenditure to
recurring profit, the implementation of a support system for
employees' volunteer activities, success stories of each
company, and each company's awareness of philanthropy.
Time of Survey
Method of Survey
Questionnaires were mailed and recovered.
Number of companies that responded
398 (Recovery rate: 40.2%)
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