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Corning community service

Community Service

Community Service

Corning's International Employees Give Back

Corning's International Employees Give Back

Corning China Employees Organize Charity Bazaar

Corning employees gathered to demonstrate their commitment to Baby’s Home, an organization devoted to helping orphaned or abandoned children with special needs.

A group of Corning employees from the China office put together several charity bazaars themed “Embrace Corning Values and Extend Love to the World,” to raise a significant amount of donations.

The activities promoted the Corning Values and provide a platform for employees to continue their assistance and care for children at Baby’s Home. 

Corning Japan Aids Earthquake Victims

Major earthquakes hit the southwestern area of Japan starting earlier this year and local Corning employees responded with fundraising to help those affected.

To aid those injured or left homeless in Kumamoto, Corning employees collected donations for the Japanese Red Cross Society, which summarizes the damages to: 67 casualties, 1,659 injuries, 200,000 evacuees, and 85,000 damaged homes.

Supporting the response to this crisis, employees raised money for the Red Cross Society by placing donation boxes around many of the Asian facilities. This donation was boosted with a Corning Incorporated Foundation corporate donation that also helped the Red Cross with recovery efforts.

Corning Employees Run to Fight Poverty in Germany

A race through the streets of Kaiserslautern brought together different companies, the community, and Corning employees in the spirit of fitness, fun, and giving back. More than 60 Corning employees laced up their running shoes last month and got moving for the eighth annual KL Corporate Challenge City Run, joining 8,000 participants from 400 companies.

Although the mood of the race remained upbeat and lighthearted, Corning employees also had some serious reasons to participate. The race linked with Environmental Technology's health and safety initiatives and offered a chance to raise money for disadvantaged sections of the community.