In an effort to ensure continued support for people in need of help in local communities, GC Pharma introduced this matching grant program in 2008.
The program represents the company and its members’ aspiration toward becoming a leader in charitable work in Korea.
Under this program, GC Pharma matches the financial assistance provided by other organizations for disadvantaged and underprivileged groups, including seniors living in isolation and children without parents. GC Pharma has partnered with Yongin Community Welfare Center, Community Chest of Korea, Child Fund Korea, and other nonprofit organizations and local governments to identify and support seniors and low-income households in need of help.
GC Pharma’s executives and employees also visit households on support under the matching grant program, helping them with repairs and maintenance and drawing them to reconnect with local communities.
GC Pharma works with nonprofit organizations and local governments to
identify seniors and low-income households to receive matching grants.
Children in low-income households, seniors, etc.
The Charity Bazaar, which GC Pharma first organized in 1992 in an effort to raise funds, however meager, to help the needy, has since become one of the leading social contribution programs of the company. The secondhand goods donated by executives and employees are sold, after which the proceeds go toward helping people.