Corporate Social Responsibility

Good corporate citizenship is an integral part of everything we do.

As a good corporate citizen, we initiate and support a wide range of CSR activities related to charity, environment and education schemes to meet the needs of our community and help make a difference to it.

We aim to share our love and provide support for the less privileged by giving generously to different charity organizations and actively taking part in a host of volunteer service programs throughout the territory.

We also engage with different organizations to carry out community-based initiatives in a bid to promoting environmental conservation and developing the young generation through activities that support the promotion of science & technology, culture and arts, and sports.

Charity & Community Service

Orbis Walk for Sight 2018

We joined the charity walk organized by Orbis Hong Kong in March 2018 for helping the needlessly blind kids to walk into the light.

Christmas Fashion Party

We co-organized a Christmas Party with Sham Shui Po Integrated Rehabilitation Centre (Po Leung Kuk) in Dec 2017. During the event, our volunteers accompanied people with intellectual and physical disabilities to have a Christmas Catwalk and Lucky Draw to celebrate Christmas.

Walk For Nature @ Mai Po 2017

We sponsored and joined the charity walk organized by WWF-Hong Kong in Nov 2017 to engage the public about the need to protect Hong Kong's local natural environment and strengthen their awareness of the importance of environmental conservation.

Elderly Care Home Visit

We joined the home visit program organized by Christian & Missionary Alliance Social Service to pay visit to privately-owned Residential Care Home for elderly in Sep 2017. It helps keeping the elders connected with the society through activities like playing game, doing exercise and chatting with volunteers.

Upcycling Workshop

Partnered with St. James’ Settlement to organize an upcycling experiential program for the underprivileged primary students (mainly P3 to P6) in Sep 2017. Through the activities of Guided Tour of Upcycling Centre and Upcycling Homework Bag Workshop, students learnt the concept "Upcycling" and "Environmental Protection" in a fun way together with our volunteers.

African Drum Interest Class

We co-organized African drum class with Sham Shui Po Integrated Rehabilitation Centre (Po Leung Kuk) in Aug 2017. During the event, our volunteers accompanied people with intellectual and physical disabilities to participate in African Drum Interest Class to train up their concentration and muscular movement.

Collective Drawing Class

We co-organized drawing class with Sham Shui Po Integrated Rehabilitation Centre (Po Leung Kuk) in July 2017. During the event, our volunteers accompanied people with intellectual and physical disabilities to participate in Collective Drawing Class to enhance their imagination and train up their communication skill.

Home visit to Distressed Elderly

We joined the home visit event organized by Suicide Prevention Services (SPS) held in May 2017. Our volunteers visited distressed elderly who live alone , talked with them and distributed the caring pack with rice dumpling and daily commodities to them.

Storytelling Workshop

We partnered with Hans Andersen Club to organize a storytelling workshop for children in April 2017. In this workshop, our volunteers performed the role play on the famous Japanese story "Momotaro (桃太郎)" and made some Japanese refreshments (Onigiri) together with the children in order to broaden their horizons and nourish their minds.

Eco Tour (Farm Visit)

Partnered with St. James' Settlement, an eco tour was organized for the primary students from Wai Chow Public School (Sheung Shui) in March 2017. It aimed to enhance students' ecological conservation concept and strengthen their communication skills and independency.

Our volunteers accompanied students to visit New Life Farm in Tuen Mun, join the mini-orienteering, planting, enzyme DIY and organic cooking workshop. They all enjoyed a fruitful and happy day.

Mitsubishi Electric - Caring Company

In 2015/18, Mitsubishi Electric (Hong Kong) Limited was awarded the “Caring Company Logo” by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service in recognition of our continuous support and contributions to the community. We continue our endeavor to be a good corporate citizen.

Matching-Donation Scheme

We took part in different fundraising events, namely MSF Day organized by Medecins Sans Frontieres, Orbis World Sight Day organized by Orbis, etc. to support their meaningful charity campaigns. To encourage our staff’s participation, we launched the "Matching-Donation Scheme“ (i.e, every HK$1 that our staff member donates, we will donate HK$1) to engage more staff to support and render their care to the community.


"Share the Sunshine" Programme – Opening Ceremony

We take initiative to engage with social enterprise, New Life Farm run by the New Life Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association, to launch the CSR programme - 'Share the Sunshine' . The opening ceremony was held in Nov 2017.

In this programme, we donate solar energy systems to the farm and aim to raise students' awareness of environmental protection and understanding of renewable energy through eco tour activities of green lecture, planting and harvesting. Besides, students can share their harvested crops and love with those in need and contribute to society.

"Green x Engineering x Energy" Summer Camp 2017

We sponsored the environmental education programme of "Green x Engineering x Energy" 3-day 2-nights Summer Camp for students organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Centre for Innovation & Technology held in July 2017.

A total of 32 students from different secondary schools joined the program with activities such as talk, workshop, visit and competition. This program included half-day visit to our office. Students conducted group presentations with topics related to green technology/ energy and our colleagues also gave feedback and shared with them. Then students visited our showroom and showed interests to our diverse cutting-edge products.

In this camp, students can know more about green technology, engineering and renewable energy through interactive learning.


University Students' Visit to Mitsubishi Electric (Hong Kong)

Students from Mechanical Engineering of Hong Kong Polytechnic University visited our office in March 2018. Our colleagues briefed them how green technologies are applied in air conditioning & ventilation, energy systems and railway systems. Besides, students took a tour around our showroom and we also explained and demonstrated our diverse cutting-edge products to them.

Scholarships to Educational Institutes

We offered scholarships to different educational institutes to provide financial support to students


The Mitsubishi Electric Group regards "ethics and compliance" as the foundation of corporate management. To further upgrade compliance management, we set up the Ethics & Legal Compliance Hotline System to effectively and expeditiously detect the facts of any misconduct, wrongdoing or transgression against due moral and/or ethical standards of conducts committed by employee(s) either individually or in conspiracy.