7,123 Oracle employees in Asia Pacific contributed 33,331 volunteer hours, supporting more than 160 organizations, in FY18.
“It was very rewarding to lead an Oracle Volunteering project in which my colleagues and I worked together to sort and distribute food staples to families in need. This reinforces my belief that, together, we can do so much more—and I feel encouraged to participate in more Oracle Volunteering projects to do what we can for the benefit of our community and the environment.”
As part of the Technovation Challenge, Oracle Volunteers helped girls develop mobile apps and business plans to solve challenges faced by their communities.
Oracle Volunteers supported the work of the Kishalay Foundation by teaching students math and science, as well as the importance of eating nutritious food.
Oracle Volunteers teamed up with FEE Japan to teach young people how to protect and care for the environment through hands-on learning activities.
Oracle Volunteers helped restore the shore of Agara Lake by preparing the soil and planting new trees that will become a beautiful part of the local ecosystem.
Oracle Volunteers packed nearly 1,000 meal kits to be distributed to pregnant women and new mothers who have been displaced by the conflict in Marawi.
Oracle Volunteers came together to set up and distribute groceries and toiletries as part of the HOPE worldwide monthly food distribution program.