Contributing to Society

Basic Principles on Social Contributions

Shimizu actively contributes to society and local communities as a corporate citizen. By doing so, we help preserve the abundance of the earth and create a future society in which all people on it can live with happiness. Our activities are rooted in The Analects and the Abacus (Ethics and Economics), which contains the basic principles for managing our business; our corporate slogan, Today’s Work, Tomorrow’s Heritage.

Social Contribution Promotion Structure

Social Contribution Promotion Structure

Key Area Initiatives

Shimizu has designated the following four areas as key initiative areas and engages in a wide range of activities based on their relationship to the basic principles of social contribution, Shimizu’s corporate culture, or business activities, and expandability into corporate social values.

Descriptions of concrete activities in key area initiatives are provided on the following pages, along with the qualitative and quantitative results.

External Evaluations of Shimizu’s Social Contribution Activities

Name of Certification Certifying Entity Activity Name and Description Certification Badge
Tokyo Metropolitan Government “Barrier Free Heart” Supporting Company
【Registration】
Tokyo Metropolitan Government “Sports for Everyone” para sports events, Shimizu Volunteer Academy, Dialogue in Silence, Shimizu Foundation, Shimizu Scholarship Foundation, etc.
Tokyo Sports Promotion Company
【Certification】
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Promotion of activities to achieve proliferation of para sports and realize an inclusive society
This is MECENAT 2020
【Certification】
Association for Corporate
Support of the Arts
Shimizu Open Academy

Overseas Contributions

Shimizu does not limit its activities to Japan. We engage in social contribution activities to solve problems in various regions around the world. Here, we introduce our main activities.

Expenditures on Social Contribution Activities

Expenditures on Activities (¥) % of Ordinary Income (%)
FY 2017 1,073 million 0.95
FY 2018 939 million 0.77
FY 2019 1,050 million 0.86

Performance includes grants of Social Welfare Corporation Shimizu Foundation, Housing Research Foundation Jusoken and Shimizu Ikueikai.

Expenditures on Social Contribution Activities
Expenditures as a Percentage of Ordinary Income

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