Hanjin strives to fulfill its corporate social responsibility by participating and resolving various social issues
Search for Missing Children Campaign (Hope-Tape)
On May 25, 2020, to commemorate the International Missing Children’s Day, we launched the Hope-Tape campaign with the National Police Agency, Postal Service, and Cheil Worldwide Inc. Hope-Tapes, box tapes with photos and information of a long-term missing children, are used on regular delivery boxes so that more people can become aware of the missing children. An additional pair of eyes can increase the chance of these children being found. Originally planned as a one-time campaign, we have worked with our partners to continue using the Hope-Tape in the ongoing hope that these children will be found and reunited with their families.
Giving a helping hand to farmers
We are conducting volunteer activities together with Nonghyup Logistics to help rural areas that are suffering from labor shortage due to aging and declining population.
Sharing briquettes of love
We donate briquettes to the 'Briquette Sharing of Love on the Korean Peninsula Campaign Headquarters.’ We also recruited volunteers for 'Sharing Briquettes of Love' from employees to visit neighbors in need and deliver our warm hearts.
Sponsorship of free delivery of milk powder of love
Since 2007, Hanjin has been working with the Korean Social Welfare Association to provide ‘Milk Powder Delivery of Love,’ which delivers milk powder and baby products every month for the children of single mothers by doing what we do best - delivery.
National Cemetery Volunteer services
In order to reflect on the meaning of our founding philosophy of ‘Contribution to the society by logistics’ and to commemorate the meaning of ‘Rewarding patriots for defending our country’, we visit the Seoul National Cemetery and conduct volunteer services.