June, 26, 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak continues to touch nearly every aspect of our lives. Panasonic would like to express its gratitude to the public servants and local communities whose unceasing efforts are helping both to contain the spread of the virus and address its long-term impact on society and the economy. We also offer heartfelt thanks to healthcare professionals everywhere, whose selfless dedication on the frontlines of the COVID-19 fight continues to preserve and protect the lives of family, friends and neighbors.
The sense of global community brought about by the pandemic has inspired many Panasonic colleagues around the world to offer their support to people in need. They have shown adaptability, resilience and empathy in ways that perhaps best demonstrate how a company like Panasonic can contribute meaningfully to society outside the usual framework of products and technology.
Konosuke Matsushita, Panasonic’s founder, believed that a company’s primary purpose was not to produce products, but to develop people. From India to Latin America, from Africa to APAC and everywhere between, the spirit exhibited by employees who have gone above and beyond their duties to give back to their communities reflects Matsushita’s principle of putting people first.
The COVID-19 lockdown in India had a significant impact on millions of migratory laborers, who were stranded far from their homes without ready access to food and clean drinking water.Atul Arya, lead for the Energy & EV business at Panasonic India & SA, recognized the problem and came together with fellow runners at the Leisure Valley Runners Foundation to crowdsource funds and ensure a regular supply of provisions for thousands in the community of Gurgaon, Haryana.
Karishma, from the legal team at Panasonic India, learned about the non-availability of protective gear for doctors and medical staff in the initial days of lockdown in India, and decided to raise funds to support them through a tough period.Panasonic India joined forced with NGO partner Jubilant Bhartia Foundation to raise awareness of COVID-19 in 18 villages around Panasonic’s factory, while also supplying vital masks and sanitizer products to non-medical personnel providing vital social infrastructure services.
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