We are engaged in various social contribution activities to communicate positive impacts to communities and stakeholders.
Beijing Hanmi Pharm pursues the same management philosophies as its parent company, namely ‘Respect for Human’ and ‘Value Creation.’ These two principles contain the idea that Beijing Hanmi Pharm exists to fulfill its societal responsibility for human health by creating better medicine for precious human lives. This awareness of its corporate mission is the reason why Beijing Hanmi Pharm is taking the lead in spreading a corporate culture of sharing. Beijing Hanmi Pharm was founded in 1996 principally for the purpose of improving the health of children in China. Our company’s commitment to improving the health of children has driven us to launch CSR activities in order to engage in local community involvement and development in China instead of only in South Korea. This is why Hanmi Pharm has grown to become a South Korean company beloved by Chinese consumers.
Beijing Hanmi Pharm introduced to China the very same Blood Donation of Love program that has become the flagship social contribution campaign of its parent company in Korea. Since 2011, Beijing Hanmi Pharm has ushered in the New Year by donating blood. China is a country in which the culture of selling blood is deeply rooted. Beijing Hanmi Pharm has been playing a significant role in transforming this culture of selling blood into a culture of donating blood, demonstrating love for fellow human beings in the process.
Since 2000, Beijing Hanmi Pharm has donated medical drugs to children in China. Our company has been providing donations sporadically whenever natural disasters such as earthquakes call for aid. Soon after, we decided to start a more ambitious and systematic donation project and began producing Mamiai Emergency Medical Kits to be sent as part of a much wider donation campaign.
To help children in rural areas, Beijing Hanmi Pharm launched the "Mamiai Nutrition Basket" project in 2017 in collaboration with the China Youth Cultural Art Fund. In this project, 84,000 boxes of powdered milk worth around CNY 4 million were sent to approximately 15,000 malnourished children living in impoverished areas like Yunnan, Sichuan, Jiangxi, Qinghai, and Xinjiang.
Sun Village is an institution that takes care of imprisoned children that have been abandoned by their parents. Unlike orphanages, which are operated via government funds, Sun Village has no support from the government because the parents are still the legal guardians of the children. Therefore, Sun Village operates a farm with the children to generate income to pay for the children’s lodging and tuition expenses.
Beijing Hanmi Pharm doesn’t only supply material aid; every year around 200 employees volunteer to work as farmhands.
The Children's House of Hope is a facility that cares for these special orphans, usually up to the age of 3. The Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation Orphanage is, as its name suggests, a special orphanage established for the purpose of rehabilitating orphans afflicted with cerebral palsy. Beijing Hanmi Pharm has always harbored deep concerns about orphans living in such difficult circumstances and wants them to feel loved from our society and to help them grow into healthy adults while seeking to relieve their pain by donating medications, powdered milk, and daily necessities, cleaning their rooms, being their playmates, and watching movies together.