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Hitachi America, Ltd.

Hitachi

Hitachi America, Ltd. gives back to the local communities in which it operates in a variety of ways. The company manages and coordinates several programs, directs community partnerships and actively participates and supports local community organizations and serves on Boards.

A particularly strong focus is engaging employees to participate in volunteer programs and other community engagement activities throughout the year. These efforts include both on-going involvement with organizations and short-term projects. Submit Request for Corporate Volunteer Support.

Hitachi America, Ltd. also assists non-profit organizations by making its conference rooms available for meetings and programs at no cost on a space availability basis at its headquarters in Tarrytown, NY. Conference room facilities can accommodate up to 30 people with state-of-the-art interactive technology equipment. Submit request for Conference Room Reservation.

Reading Program at W. L. Morse School – Tarrytown, NY

Reading Program at John Paulding School – Tarrytown, NY

On a monthly basis, employees visit the W. L. Morse School and read a book to all of the first grade classes. Employees who participate in this program “adopt” a specific class for the year and become their “Hitachi reader.” Hitachi donates copies of each month’s book to the classes and the library. To celebrate the end of the school year, the children visit Hitachi’s Tarrytown headquarters. This program is now in its 11th year.

Annual Hitachi North America Food Drive

Annual Hitachi North America Food Drive

The North American Food, which takes place each summer during the month of July, is a collaborative program among Hitachi Group companies throughout the United States and Canada. Hitachi Group companies have been participating in this annual drive for 11 years. The drive is conducted in partnership with The Hitachi Foundation.

In 2010, Hitachi America, Ltd. employees in Tarrytown, NY, San Francisco, CA and San Diego, CA collected 9,720 pounds of food and donated more than $3,300 to local food banks during the drive. In total, the Hitachi Group collected nearly 46,000 pounds of food and donated over $80,000 in the fight against hunger.