Support for Areas Affected by the Tohoku Pacific Coast Earthquake | ROHM Semiconductor - ROHM Co., Ltd.
Support for Areas Affected by the Tohoku Pacific Coast Earthquake
ROHM Co., Ltd. (with headquarters in Kyoto, Japan) and the ROHM Group as a whole have decided to make charitable donations as described below, in order to aid those suffering in the aftermath of the Tohoku Pacific Coast Earthquake and contribute to the rebuilding of devastated areas.
We would like to offer our most sincere condolences to the earthquake and tsunami victims and their families, and our heartfelt prayers for speedy recovery and restoration.
ROHM will make a charitable donation in the amount of 100 million yen.
In addition to the above-described corporate donation, all employees of the ROHM Group both in Japan and elsewhere will be asked to make individual donations, which will be sent to the affected regions.
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