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China Foods and its subsidiaries have long been providing educational support by building Hope Schools, and providing scholarships and other opportunities for students to access higher education. As part of its active commitment to corporate social responsibility, China Foods makes donations to disaster-hit areas and assists with post-disaster reconstruction China Foods demonstrates concern for disadvantaged people and communities by donating products to schools for the children of migrant workers and to aged-care facilities so as to help improve dietary regimes. China Foods is a major contributor to social welfare programs nationally.

Support of education: China Foods has sponsored 15 hope schools around the country and set up scholarships in many Chinese universities. In total, China Foods has donated more than 4.4 million yuan to education.

The company has spent 3.1 million yuan constructing 15 hope schools.

Each year since 2007 China Foods has provided COFCO Great Wall Wine scholarships, with the total currently standing at 195,000 yuan.

In 2007, China Foods established a Cooperation Scholarship at the Tianjin

 

University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 2010 alone, China Foods donated 10,000 yuan to encourage outstanding trainees.

In 2009, China Foods initiated the Trust 100% Hunan Coca-Cola Employment Project and the Care for Disadvantaged Students Program to assist disadvantaged youth, especially college students, overcome problems and secure employment.

 

Support for disaster-hit areas: China Foods delivers aid to disaster-hit areas through various government programs and has donated more than 2.32 million yuan thus far.

In 2008, China Foods donated materials worth 100,000 yuan as well as another 100,000 yuan in cash to assist traffic police and workers on expressways during the snowstorms.

In 2009, China Foods donated more than one million yuan in cash and materials after the major earthquake in Wenchuan, and more than 60 staff donated blood for use in the disaster-hit areas.

In 2010, China Foods, through the UN World Food Program, donated 100,000 bottles of Fortune edible oil to the earthquake-hit community of Yushu in Qinghai. The oil was sufficient to last 125,000

 

people for around three months.

In 2010, China Foods constructed a COFCO Fortune Canteen at the Dongqi Primary School, which had been seriously hit by the earthquake in Wenchuan, and sent 100 boxes of edible oil and 50 boxes of condiments, as well as 36,160 yuan and 300 teenagers’ books donated by China Foods staff.

In 2010, China Foods donated cash and materials for earthquake-hit Yushu, and invested some 600,000 yuan to encourage children to continue their education.

In 2010, China Foods sent supplies of drinking water when much of Zhouqu County in Gansu Province was inundated with mud-rock flow resulting from rain-triggered landslides, which benefitted post-disaster construction in the area.

Support for disadvantaged groups: Over the years, the China Foods group of companies has donated the proceeds of many product sales to charity to lend a hand to disadvantaged people in society. This on-going donation drive currently stands at 1.17 million yuan. China Foods has also donated 810,000 yuan for the benefit of orphans and elderly people without families.

In 2007, China Foods joined the nutrition improvement program organized by the Ministry of Health Disease Prevention and Control Center in schools for the children of migrant workers, donating a year’s supply of Fortune Vitamin A soybean oil to the Beijing Pugongying School for the Children of Migrant Workers.

When the Beijing Performing Artists Guild Foundation was set up in 2007, COFCO Junding Chateau donated 500,000 yuan for environmental protection and poverty alleviation.

In 2008, China Foods donated 6,500 five liter bottles of Fortune natural grain blended oil to the Dongcheng District

 

Civil Affairs Bureau and the Dongcheng District Charity for distribution to disadvantaged families in Dongcheng District, Beijing.

On the 19th National Disabled Day in 2009, China Foods donated 100,000 yuan worth of beverages to the Beijing School for the Blind; and also donated all proceeds from the sales of drinks during a certain period to the Zhanjiang Special Education School.

In 2010, China Foods donated 400,000 yuan to the Chinese children’s insurance fund co-sponsored by the China Children’s and Teenager’s Fund and the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

During the Mid-autumn and National Day period in 2010, China Foods sent corn oil, which is beneficial for people with high cholesterol, to 105 elderly people with no families throughout three communities in Beijing - Yabaoli, Sanfengli and Chaowai Nandajie. Concurrently, in an endeavor to strengthen the relationship between COFCO and local communities, China Foods established a COFCO Food Fund together with a long-term mechanism to enable the ongoing provision of daily necessities to senior citizens living alone.

At a Great Wall Sungod Chateau Charity launch ceremony in 2010, China Foods donated 107,500 yuan raised in an auction of Great Wall Sungod Chateau 2002 Special Dry Red and Great Wall Sungod Chateau Beyond 2008 Limited Supply Dry Red to the Nanjing Charity Association.

China Foods donated 200 boxes of edible oils to the Zunyi Civil Affairs Bureau of Guizhou Province, providing much-needed assistance to people in flood affected regions.

 

Involvement in national events: China Foods products were designated as official supplies for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Expo 2010 Shanghai and the 11th National Games.

During the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, China Foods was a torch relay sponsor in the 42 cities along the route where COFCO Coca-Cola has a presence.

Great Wall wine was designated as the sole official grape wine for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.

During the 11th National Games in Qingdao in 2009, COFCO Coca-Cola partnered with the Shandong provincial government and the media to conduct an eight-month volunteer campaign for environmental protection and in support of people with disabilities.

 

Great Wall wine was designated as the sole official grape wine for Expo 2010 Shanghai.

Fortune was designated as the only edible oil for Expo 2010 Shanghai.

External endorsements:

From 2006 to 2009 COFCO Coca-Cola was honored with consecutive Guarantee Collection Credibility Awards for People with Disabilities in Beijing.

COFCO Coca-cola was named as an outstanding enterprise for the fulfillment of social responsibilities in the Chinese beverage industry in 2009.

COFCO Wines and Spirits was listed as one of the ten model cases at the Third Annual Conference of Social Responsibilities of China in 2011.