Activities to Contribute to the Society

INNOTECH Group engages in various activities whose objectives are to further strengthen its tie with the society and the local community as it established through its business activities and to contribute to resolve social issues.

Supporting General Incorporated Association F. Marinos Sports Club

YOKOHAMA MARINOS LTD., which is the parent organization of the Yokohama F. Marinos, a member team of the Japan Professional Football League (J. League), has founded the General Incorporated Association F. Marinos Sports Club to help accelerate the achievement of its objectives, such as “Realizing Sustainable Local Community” and “Nurturing Athletes who Compete Globally”.
The F. Marinos Sports Club engages in activities to enrich daily lives for people in its home town by promoting sports and physical activities and contributing to the local community, closely working together with the local administration and the residents through the “Fureai Football Project” and so on. INNOTECH supports F. Marinos Sports Club and assists people with various disabilities through management of the powerchair football tournament and other projects.

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General Incorporated Association F. Marinos Sports Club

Assistance to the areas where the natural disasters struck hard

INNOTECH Group is making financial contributions via Japanese Red Cross Society for the 2011 off the Pacific Coast of Tohoku Earthquake and the 2016 Kumamoto Earthquake.

Nurturing the IT Expertise

INNOTECH has financially contributed to a company which provides education for computer programming mainly to junior high and high school students. Its plan is to provide opportunities for education in the IT area for young people, women, and people from overseas who will lead our future and to contribute to addressing and resolving social issues.

SANEI HYTECHS Focusing on the STEM Education

SANEI HYTECHS Co., Ltd. contributes to the local community and nurtures engineers who will lead the future science and technology through the so-called “STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)” education by providing its original Kids Education Program (an education program on robotics for elementary school pupils), co-sponsoring the non-profit organization “FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Japan”, and so on.