Between 22 to 28 May Vena Energy Japan and Nippon Wind Energy (NWE) donated a total of 12,000 surgical masks to its wind project host communities in Aomori, Fukui , Tottori, Kagoshima, Kumamoto and Shimane.
These surgical masks will assist the communities that may face shortage of surgical masks and other essentials.
Previous Next Back to Our Communities Distribution of rice to the communities of Talim Island in the Philippines Since March 2020, the island of Luzon in the Philippines has been placed under enhanced quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With businesses and public transportation curtailed, many of the locals experience difficulties in securing food supplies […]
To support the local communities and governments of the Jeneponto Regency in South Sulawesi and Central and East Lombok Regency
Today we partnered with Willing Hearts, an NGO wholly run by volunteers, who operates a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks, and distributes daily meals to beneficiaries including the elderly, the disabled, low-income families, children from single-parent families, and migrant workers.
On 13 May, we made a donation to the Singapore Red Cross to support their continued efforts in providing assistance to the elderly, migrant workers, the disabled and the brave men and women at the front-lines of this difficult time.
On Friday (17-April) we donated personal hygiene and daily essentials to 500 migrant workers at the Clementi Peak dormitory, in response to the recent rise in COVID-19 infection cases amongst the workers in Singapore.
Our colleagues from Vena Energy Thailand recently spent time in Hua Hin to clean up the litter along the coastline.
Every year there are tonnes of waste that is washed up the shoreline, or discarded by people visiting the park. Vena Energy organized a beach-cleaning initiative, to clear debris and rubbish from the beaches at the East Coast Park in Singapore.
From 22 to 24 November, employees from Vena Energy Indonesia partnered with ING in Singapore and Indonesia, to donate critical school supplies and general improvements to the Peduli Anak Foundation, a is a non-profit organization for child welfare in Lombok and Sumbawa, Indonesia dedicated to providing family-like care, education, in-home family care, medical and legal support to thousands of underprivileged, neglected and abused children who have been placed in our care by the Indonesian child social services.
Vena Energy committed significant resources to conduct enhanced impact assessment and mitigation planning for habitats, shorten the construction period so that it would not affect the winter migratory season and reserved an area of approximately 24.1-hectares for the Ecological Conservation Area, so that local wildlife including waterfowls can flourish.