Social Contribution Activities

Support Activities for Disaster Victims and Disaster-Afflicted Areas

Seven Bank conducts a donation activity to support victims of disasters such as earthquakes and typhoons. The Seven Bank Web site has a dedicated Web page that accepts donations from customers and employees. We also collect donations through the ATMs in 7-Eleven stores.
As a Groupwide initiative, Seven Bank is continuing activities to support victims' lives and the restoration of disaster-afflicted areas.

Name of disaster Promotion period Amount of funds collected (to whom the funds were delivered)
2022 Donations for emergency assistance for Ukrainian refugees March 17, 2022 - April 30, 2022 20,046,839 yen
(Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) through the UN Refugee Agency)
August 2021 Heavy Rain August 19, 2021–August 31, 2021 642,475 yen
July 2021 Heavy Rain July 9, 2021–August 1, 2021 118,827 yen
Fire at Shuri Castle November 11, 2019–December 31,2019 80,806 yen
Typhoon No. 19
(Typhoon Hagibis) in 2019
October 15, 2019–November 10, 2019 672,695 yen
(Fukushima, Miyagi, Nagano, Tochigi, Ibaraki, Chiba, Kanagawa, Saitama, Iwate, Tokyo, Gunma and Shizuoka)
Typhoon No. 15
(Typhoon Faxai) in 2019
September 14, 2019–September 29, 2019 211,491 yen
(Chiba, Tokyo and Kanagawa)
  • * Actual figures are for the past three years.

Support Activities for the 2020 Novel Coronavirus Pandemic

The entire Group is working as one to support activities in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic and has been collecting donations for these efforts via the Internet. We have been providing medical resources (personal protective equipment, etc.) that are in short supply to emergency medical facilities with advising doctors* across Japan that are on the front line of emergency medical care for persons infected with the novel coronavirus, to enhance the safety of medical practitioners and prevent the collapse of the medical system.

Name of donation Period of accepting donations Total amount donated Destination to which money was delivered
Emergency donations for the novel coronavirus in 2020 April 18, 2020–May 31, 2020 809,526 Yen The Nippon Foundation
(Special Fund for Disaster Preparedness/Coronavirus disaster)
  1. * 139 designated medical facilities with advising doctors across Japan certified by the Japanese Association for Acute Medicine

Support for people with vision impairment

Since 2010, Seven Bank has sponsored Radio Charity Musicson, a charity campaign organized by Nippon Broadcasting System for installing audible traffic signals so that people with visual impairments can cross streets with peace of mind. In addition, all Seven Bank ATMs offer an audible guidance service to provide greater convenience and security to customers with visual impairments.

Period of accepting donations Total amount donated Destination to which money was delivered
FY2021 December 1 - January 15 5,214,552 yen "Radio Charity Musicson" charity campaign
(sponsored by Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc., etc.)
FY2020 646,981 yen
FY2019 642,700 yen
FY2018 715,106 yen
FY2017 578,989 yen
  • * “Total amount donated” is the total of donations from Seven Bank account holders and employees in addition to click donations. The total amount donated to “Learn! Spread! ATM Voice Guidance Service Campaign” includes donations contributed according to the number of uses of the ATM voice guidance service.

Employees’ Environmental Preservation Activities

A Seven Forest forest preservation activity

In 2019, we engaged in a variety of initiatives, including participation in forest preservation activities through the Seven Forest project in cooperation with the Seven-Eleven Memorial Foundation, community cleanup activities, and food donations to food banks. These activities help raise the environmental awareness of every employee.