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Kao Sustainability Statement

Kao’s mission is to strive for the wholehearted satisfaction and enrichment of the lives of people globally and to contribute to the sustainability of the world.

Now and in the future, we aim to be an integral part of people’s lives by creating, through our corporate activities, a world in which all people can live life to the fullest.

We will contribute to a sustainable society by working to solve social issuestogether with various stakeholders.


KAO takes the Journey with Pride Foundation
Date: Sep 2012

YBhg Datin Azrene Abdullah, Chairman of PRIDE Foundation, said, “We are privileged to have KAO Malaysia journey with us as we embark to create awareness about breast cancer and the importance of conducting breast examinations at an early stage to the poor and rural community.

To signify the collaboration between KAO Malaysia and PRIDE Foundation, a cheque presentation ceremony was held. Mr. Yoshihiro Murakami, CEO/President of KAO (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. presented the cheque to YBhg Datin Azrene Abdullah, Chairman of PRIDE Foundation.

The initiative underlines KAO’s commitment towards creating awareness on breast cancer as this is the second collaboration with PRIDE Foundation. It is also in tandem with KAO’s corporate philosophy to support the community where it operates in.

Jog for Hope 2012 Sponsorship
Date: July 2012

Kao contributes to Taylor’s College Charity Run in Jul 2012 in support of their program SPICES (Support for Parents, Infants and Children through Early Services)
Donation to HOPE Welfare Home
Date: February 2011

Kao Malaysia continues its CSR program by contributing Kao products to HOPE welfare home for the old and abandoned children. This is the 2nd year that Kao has participated in the event to assist in enriching the life of the needy folks and children.
Think Pink, Love Life Campaign
Date: 24 November 2010

Kao Malaysia’s corporate social responsibility effort, in partnership with the PRIDE Foundation, a charitable organization whose primary cause is to create greater public awareness with regards to breast cancer, its prevention and early detection, as well as improving the care and treatment accessibility for all levels of society.

• Speech by PRIDE chairlady Datin Azrene Abdullah
• Demonstration on breast self-examination by Dr. Azlina Firzah
• Sharing session by breast cancer survivor, Ms Ranbir Kaur
Datin Azrene Abdullah
Dr. Azlina Firzah
Ms Ranbir Kaur

Cheque presentation by Mr. Taki, the CEO of Kao Malaysia to PRIDE Foundation Chairlady,             Datin Azrene Abdullah during the official function held on the 24th of November 2010.

Donation For Abandoned Children/Welfare Home
Date: 2008

Kao Malaysia contributes Kao products to welfare homes for the old and abandoned children.
Donation For Tsunami Victims
Date: 2005

The Indian Ocean earthquake that occurred on 26th December 2004 off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, was one of the deadliest natural disasters in history that killed more than 225,000 people in eleven countries.
In January 2005, Kao Malaysia employees donated money to the Malaysian Red Crescent Society Relief Fund in aid of relief for the earthquake and tsunami victims. The company had also contributed based on a Malaysian Ringgit to Ringgit basis for every Ringgit contributed by the employees.

In addition to the above, Kao Malaysia also donated Laurier sanitary napkins and Kao soap to BAKTI (Association of Wife of Ministers and Deputy Ministers).

Appreciation letter from the Malaysian Red Crescent Society


Appreciation letter from BAKTI
(Association of Wife of Ministers and Deputy Ministers)

Date: 1997

Kao Malaysia Head Office employees spent one weekend in 1997 to clean up a river known as Sungai Penchala, which was, located approximately 3km away from its central head office in Petaling Jaya. The said river runs through a village where the villagers use the river as a dumping ground. A total of about 100 employees took part in this activity. This project was conducted in collaboration with World Wide Fund (WWF).
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