Changing Tomorrow Day

Changing Tomorrow Day

Changing Tomorrow Day 2014 Marks Astellas’ Fifth Annual Global Service Initiative More than 6,000 employees worldwide completed 13,000 hours of volunteer service For the fifth consecutive year, Astellas employees around the world volunteered time and effort to enhance communities through its global Changing Tomorrow Day initiative.

As of Nov. 4, 2014 more than 6,000 employees across Japan, Asia/Oceania, the Americas and Europe completed over 13,000 hours of service at hundreds of locations such as hospitals, family shelters, parks, food banks, elderly care facilities, community centers and schools where they engaged in projects to support the themes of health and the environment. Dr. Kenji Yasukawa, senior vice president, chief strategy officer, chairman of the corporate social responsibility (CSR) committee at Astellas, said, “Astellas is proud to be celebrating the fifth anniversary of Changing Tomorrow Day as we encourage our employees to provide support and contribute to the sustainable development of society and local communities to which we belong. As a good corporate citizen, Astellas will continue to actively engage in initiatives to support the health of people around the world.”

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Astellas Honors 10 Years of Patient Care and Community Involvement with Changing Tomorrow Day Service Activities
Northbrook, Illinois, May 13, 2015 /3BL Media/ – This year, Astellas commemorates its 10th anniversary by saluting a decade of milestones in patient health, volunteerism and scientific breakthroughs. To celebrate these milestones, Astellas is reinforcing its commitment to the community by launching a variety of volunteer activities in the U.S., Canada and Brazil in...
May 13, 2015 10:00 AM ET
Changing Tomorrow Day 2014 Marks Astellas' Fifth Annual Global Service Initiative
TOKYO, Nov. 4, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Astellas Pharma Inc. (headquarters: Tokyo; president & CEO: Yoshihiko Hatanaka) announced for the fifth consecutive year, Astellas Group's global volunteer initiative known as Changing Tomorrow Day that will engage its employees worldwide to enhance the sustainability of society through participation in local volunteer activities throughMarch 2015. Today, ...
Nov 4, 2014 9:00 AM ET

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