Corporate Social Responsibility is an integral part of Canon India’s DNA and a reflection of our corporate ethos. At Canon, we are driven by our corporate philosophy of Kyosei, wherein we strongly believe in developing a culture in which all people, regardless of race, religion or culture, harmoniously live and work together for the common good. It is indeed heart-warming to see everyone at Canon India carrying the sentiment of community development in the daily operations.
CIPL’s CSR endeavour ‘Canon India Involve’ has witnessed many milestones in this journey of community upliftment by creating positive impact in our core areas of ‘4E’s- Education, Environment, Empowerment and Eye care.
With global outbreak of COVID-19, people across countries have been profoundly impacted.
At Canon, we took it as our responsibility to extend our solidarity and enabled our adopted communities to combat this pandemic. As part of our CSR outreach, we commenced a slew of special initiatives last year to ensure the well-being and safety of our communities.
Our employees across regions hold CSR programmes close to their hearts and actively participate in the engagement activities, which is being done virtually at present.
I am looking forward to connecting with all our stakeholders and contribute to the community in the years to come and strive to bring smiles on many faces in our adopted villages.
- Manabu Yamazaki
- President and CEO
With our continuous support, we aim to drive meaningful and welfare driven initiatives to impact more lives and make our communities future-ready.
The engagement between the employees and the children is on varied subjects including hygiene, environment-related education, tree plantation, photography workshops, among other activities. All the activities are thought and planned across all corners of the country to support holistic development of the children.
Employee Engagement Activity
As part of our Learning Beyond Books initiative, CIPL organised an exposure visit for 11 children from SOS Children’s Village of India, Faridabad (North India), to one of the biggest Image stores in Delhi. It was an insightful visit for the children where a photography session was organised as they learned about different types of […]Read More
Adhering to our Corporate Philosophy of ‘Kyosei’, Canon India Involve launched a Certificate Programme in Photography in 2018 with the children of Juvenile Home who are in conflict with the law. The programme is in association with the Department of Women and Child Development, Government of Delhi. After COVID-19 breakdown, CIPL has resumed conducting the […]Read More
Continuing with our Learning Beyond Books initiative, Canon India Involve organised a series of virtual photography workshops last year. The objective was to impart theoretical training and make children familiar with the cameras. In 2022, CIPL initiated imparting practical exposure to the cameras by organising physical workshops. 6 employees from Mumbai regional oce visited SOS […]Read More
Canon India Involve celebrated Earth Day in our adopted village – Kalyanpur (Kolkata, East India). 17 Canon employees participated in the activity where children gave warm welcome to the employees by exhibiting cultural performances. Since it was the first activity in this adopted village, we invited external guests, including Knowledge Expert on Environment School Management, […]Read More