FWD Group marks 10th anniversary with regional community initiatives

On its 10th anniversaryTh To mark the anniversary, FWD Group has launched its „10 Grants in 10 Markets” charity initiatives for local communities in 10 markets in Asia, including Hong Kong, Macau, Thailand, Japan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore.

The community initiative provides grants in each of the 10 markets in which FWD operates, supporting charitable projects focused on financial inclusion. The FWD Group Community Care Program is part of its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy.

According to Huynh Thanh Phong, the group’s CEO and managing director, the idea of ​​these initiatives is also based on the long-term value of caring for the communities where FWD employees live, work and serve customers. of FWD Group. He said the expansion of the company’s community care program aims to increase financial inclusion in local communities.

As part of the initiatives, FWD Group will support CareER in Hong Kong to develop job-matching services for highly educated individuals with disabilities and special educational needs; Meanwhile, the FWD team will support Caritas Macau to develop an online sales platform and physical store for handicrafts by people with disabilities, along with vocational training.

The group will partner with The Simple Sum, a Singapore-based financial institution that helps youth manage their personal finances, and through local NGO partners, create and distribute a financial literacy e-comic book to beneficiaries.

Across the pond, the team will collaborate with NGOhub in Malaysia to deliver financial awareness and digital marketing programs to 10 low-income households to improve financial and digital literacy.

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While in Indonesia, the company will partner with KUMPUL.ID to launch the InnovateHer Academy program, supporting 10 female entrepreneurs to launch their businesses. Meanwhile, it will further expand the JA SparktheDream program in the Philippines to provide entrepreneurship and certified financial literacy training to out-of-school youth.

Fong added: “Over the past decade, the FWD journey has been ambitious. It is a story of growth, success, dedication, perseverance and determination to change the way people feel about insurance. FWD is 10 years young and we’re just getting started.

Earlier this year, the company announced the expansion of its financial literacy program JA SparktheDream to seven markets in Asia as part of its 10th year social initiatives. Developed in partnership with Junior Achievement Asia Pacific (“JA”), the program integrates financial, social and life skills education for students to increase financial literacy in the region.

The scheme, which was successfully piloted in Hong Kong and Singapore last year, was launched in Japan, the Philippines and Thailand earlier this year in Indonesia and Vietnam.

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