Warmth of Blood—Let love carry on

Ardentec headquarters has held at least two blood donation events each year since 2013. In addition to encouraging employees to donate blood, we also call on our on-site clients/companies and neighboring companies to join us. Over the past 10 years, we have continued to “donate gifts that save lives”. Donated 1,661 bags of blood, we used our warm blood to restore the health of countless strangers.

Headquarters’ employee donated blood


Ardentec shows support to local farmers with actions

There are only three days from Mid-Autumn Festival to White Dew, pomelos market face the challenge of a short sales period. Ardentec responds to the invitation of the Council of Agriculture, with the spirit to practice social responsibility and help to farmers, we subscribed a total of 1730 boxes of pomelos to share to all employees and business partners. Not only to appeal appreciation to the farmers’ devotion, also offer sincere wishes for the Mid-Autumn Festival.

The pomelos subscription this time goes to the Jiadong Cooperative Farm located in Douliu City, Yunlin County. With the geographical advantage, Pomelo produced by Douliu with Traceable Agricultural Product (TAP) certification has an excellent flavor to make employees enjoy happily and safely.

Ardentec puts efforts in social participation. To help local farmers in Taiwan, we acted for the invitation of the Council of Agriculture to subscribe for atemoyas at the beginning of 2022, the succeeded subscription of pomelos shows the determination to feedback to the society. Not only sharing fresh and sweet seasonal fruits with employees, but also expressing our support for local agriculture to demonstrate our emphasis on social responsibility.



Enjoying Fitness for Charity

Ardentec headquarters invites the employees to join the “You enjoy fitness, I donate rice” weight loss competition to promote health and do charity work at the same time. In 2021, our employees lost a total of 196 kg and earned their health. Besides, the company donated 196 kg of rice to local social welfare organizations for charity.


Heartwarming Society Concerns

From 2012, Ardentec’s longstanding support for local charities aims to help fostering a diverse and inclusive society to let the warmth and bright lights up more corners. Along the years, we have worked with World Peace Council, Huashan Social Welfare Foundation, Boyo Social Welfare Foundation, Maria Social Welfare Foundation, Eden Social Welfare Foundation, St. Joseph Home, Genesis Social Welfare Foundation, Down Syndrome Foundation, Taiwan Fund for Children and Families, St. Fanfrancis Xavier Home for Children, St. Joseph Social Welfare Foundation, and Catholic Hua-Kuang Social Welfare Foundation. The donation of 2021 is total NTD 1,900,600, including NTD 1,050,000 by Ardentec headquarters and NTD 850,600 by employees.




Appreciation form local charities for Ardentec’s Support



Caring through Tissue Donation

Moonlight Home for the Aged and Handicapped equipped with abundance of patience, dedication, and a warm heart to run the Nursing Home just like the moonlight. Hand towel & toilet roll is one of their fastest consumption goods when taking care of the elderly. St John’s Home was established to shelter for elderly persons who are ambulant and aged above 60. The institute provides caring to meet the physical and spiritual needs of elderly persons regardless of race or religion who are homeless and without children.


To reduce their cost burden and support the social services of social welfare organizations, the Singapore subsidiary donated household paper to the above two social welfare organizations in 2021 as follows.



Hand Towel

Toilet Roll

Moonlight Home for the Aged and Handicapped



St. John’s Home





Race against Cancer Pass Love On

Organized by Singapore Cancer Society (SCS), Race Against Cancer (RAC) 2021 exists to make a statement against cancer, to minimize cancer and maximize lives. No one should fight cancer alone. The activity aims to raise funds for cancer treatment subsidies, welfare assistance, cancer rehabilitation, hospice care, cancer screenings, public education and cancer support group initiatives, to help to drive Singapore Cancer Society’s programmes and services such as the SCS Cancer Care Fund, SCS Cancer Rehabilitation Centre, SCS Cancer Treatment Fund, SCS Help the Children and Youth Programme and the SCS Welfare Aid.

A total of 16 employees of Singapore Subsidiary had accomplished 359 kilometers and donated the sum US$640 to turn their love into power of support and to encourage those who are impacted by cancer join in the fight and run alongside


Race Against Cancer


We Are Together: Subscribe to Pineapple Sugar Apple 

Pineapple sugar apple are very important economic crops in Taitung County, with an annual production of nearly 20,000 metric tons. In recent years, due to frequent export disruptions, the Company responded to the invitation from the Hsinchu Science Park Administration in early 2023 to purchase pineapple sugar apple in order to alleviate the difficulties faced by farmers in sales. The total weight of the pineapple sugar apple purchased this time is approximately 1,980 kilograms: the Company purchased 250 boxes to distribute to each employee, and employees individually purchased a total of 80 boxes.

The Company is committed to giving back to society. In addition to this purchase of pineapple sugar apple, the Company also regularly purchase agricultural products from Xizhou, Changhua, to demonstrate the Company’s commitment to social responsibility.






Caring Across Borders

Washing hands properly and hygienically—Growing up healthy together in the Sahara Desert!

Located in the Sahara Desert region of West Africa, Niger is the least developed country in the world. Many communities and schools do not have toilets and hand washing facilities, and 78% of them have open defecation. Those children can only defecate in open spaces or in bushes. In addition to the great safety risks and inconveniences faced by the girls, the lack of hand washing facilities makes the students not have proper hygiene norms. Consequently, contagious diseases are likely to develop and spread rapidly, making schools a high-risk place for students and teachers. Toilets and hand washing, which are easily accessible in our lives, are unreachable in the remote villages of Niger!


World Vision launched a water and sanitation improvement program in Tahoua planning area, Niger, to improve water resources issues, build school restrooms and hand-washing facilities, and provide hygiene education. Ardentec supported World Vision in 2021 to set up 30 hand-washing devices in front of 10 school restrooms. Furthermore, with the personal hygiene knowledge promoted by World Vision, the children are able to develop the habit of hand washing and bring home the hygiene knowledge, so that their family members will also have the correct hygiene knowledge; thus, the children will be less likely to be infected with diseases. We look forward to seeing their healthy smiles and happy growth under the bright sun!

Clean Drinking Water on Campus Children in Ulaanbaatar Avoiding Infections

There are many residents immigrated from rural areas narrow dwelling in Mongolian yurts of poor and vulnerable communities in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Main challenges for them are the lack of sanitation equipment and child safety. Clean water scarcity, toilets in front of the houses, hand-washing facilities shortage let the areas become sorrowful corners in the bustling capital.


World Vision promotes a comprehensive helping project “Building Hope for Communities” in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. In order to get clean water for children in the project area, Ardentec supported World Vision to set up water dispensers for 2 schools in Ulaanbaatar communities in 2020, helping students’ access to clean drinking water, and avoid infections caused by drinking raw water. At the same time, they established children club to promote healthy living such as learning correct hand-washing methods, establishing good personal hygiene habits to improve sanitation and environment on campus.

Helping to Overcome COVID-19 Together

Since 2020, the number of families who are affected by COVID-19 is rapidly increasing, and the number of people who need support was increased by nearly 50% compared to the previous year. For families in financial hardship due to illness, injury, emergencies, changes in family and other unforeseen circumstances, World Vision provides regular financial support through the “Active Counseling Program for Children and Families with Special Circumstances” to help families get back on track as soon as possible.


Ardentec donated NT$108,000 to World Vision, Hsinchu Center of Taiwan, family support fund, which is expected to help 16 families (48 people) return to a family and have a balanced financial life.

Epidemic Prevention with Mask Caring for the Elderly

Society for the Aged Sick (SAS) is a non-profit nursing home, providing residential, respite care services, medical care, nursing care, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietary services and dental care to meet the needs of their residents. In light of the current COVID-19 situation in Singapore and elderly are being more vulnerable and faces significant risk of developing severe illness if they contract the coronavirus due to physiological changes that come with ageing and potential underlying health conditions. Ardentec Singapore had donated 1,800pcs of surgical face mask to the nursing home to help the elderly residents to strengthen epidemic prevention efficiency and reduce infection risks.



Singapore subsidiary donated masks to SAS nursing home

Rice Brings Warmth to Stomach and Heart

Rice Donation Event is held every year by the volunteer group in Pyeongtaek, where Ardentec Korea Subsidiary located in, sharing rice with residents and neighbors in need. There were about 20 organizations established in Pyeongtaek participated in the event. Korea Subsidiary responded to the call, donating 100 kg of rice to the volunteer group in Pyeongtaek in the 3rd consecutive year, to bring warmth to stomach and heart.

Korea Subsidiary donated rice to the volunteer group in Pyeongtaek

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