2009~2022 Donation of Computers for Promoting Remote Village and Community Mobile Learning
Compal continued its collaboration with the Fu Jen Catholic University Remote Area Education Care Center, Department of Information and Technology Education (Ministry of Education), and Hsu Chauing Social Welfare and Charity Foundation to promote digital mobile learning for remotely located junior high schools and elementary schools. In this program, Compal donated mobile devices such as notebooks and tablet PCs that students may use for purposes such as course review, self-learning, research, remedial teaching, reading, and related learning activities. It is an excellent example of how mobile equipment can be combined with learning resources to create a new mobile learning model.
In 2020, we expanded our Participated in "Care for Rural and Hope Buds" camp aign initiated by KMPG, and donated 20 notebooks to DOC Opportunity Center of Huxi Township, Penghu and Dong Yang Primary School, Tainan to improve the quality of education. In addition, we also donated 0to Kids alive International Association in Taitung, Hai shan Child Welfare in Taitung, Keelung Christian Church in BaiFung, and 8 elementary and secondary and primary school in Pingtung.
In 2021, the COVID-19 epidemic is severe. During the tertiary epidemic prevention alert in Taiwan, disadvantaged children in rural communities have changed to online classes due to school curricula, making their learning situation even more difficult. Compal has always been committed to shortening the gap between urban and rural education. In order to enable more school children to learn without interruption, it has donated tablet computers and other companies to participate in the World Vision "2021 Epidemic Rise-Distance Learning for Disadvantaged Children" charity project.
In 2022, Compal staff donated 120 tablets to 4 elementary schools and 3 community opportunity centers to promote bilingual learning and the development of innovative education for schoolchildren, cultivate self-motivated learning and the maker spirit, and upgrade the quality of digital education in the community.
Hsu Chauing Social Welfare and Charity Foundation is a foundation jointly established by Kinpo Group and Compal Group. It exists to provide emergency assistance for children, elders, disadvantaged families, and victims of a major disaster. Below are some of the assistance programs the foundation has organized in recent years to support education and extracurricular study of disadvantaged students:
Arts Study for Disadvantaged Students in Taoyuan
In an attempt to provide disadvantaged and willing students with adequate resources to learn, the foundation has been working with schools in Taoyuan to create art courses and provide more learning opportunities to uncover students' art potential.
Compal participated in the Chau-Ing Hsu Social Welfare and Charity Foundation "New Penpal Relationship-Hand in Hand and Walk Forward Together" event. 2021 is the third consecutive year. Compal colleagues are writing mail back and forth with children from high-risk families in the Taitung area once a month to exchange what they see and hear in life, and cheer each other up.
It's 11th years that Chau-Ing Hsu Social Welfare and Charity Foundation took the initiative to sponsor schools in Pingtung, hoping to help students develop the global vision, social awareness, and civilized behavior by learning from newspapers.
For the fourth year in 2022, we keep to cooperate with the Center of Care Services for Rural Area Education in Taiwan, Fu Jen Catholic University to improve the quality of teaching and learning of rural tutoring. Provided in-person tutoring provided to 393 students at Master and Servant Care Station of Dayuan Catholic Church in Taoyuan, Tayu Catholic Church in Hualien County, Yuli Bookstore, Sanduo Elementary School, Fu-Hsing School of Martial Arts in Miaoli, Quaker Shulin Church, Church of St. Joseph in Wufeng, Taichung City and Incarnate Word Church in Taichung City. 67 local teacher volunteers assisted with the tutoring.
Compal Reading Volunteer Program
In 2022, Compal continues the 15th year "Compal Reading Volunteer Program" to promote reading education in rural areas. Combining 311 university students from 10 student clubs provided 497 hours of teamwork, self-growth, environmental and reading education curriculum to 1,091 schoolchildren.
Compal Sunshine Scholarship
Compal has been sponsoring students with face burns of high school education and above with their computer studies through "Compal Sunshine Scholarship about 24 years." The scholarship was created in cooperation with the Sunshine Social Welfare Foundation and was intended to help burn victims develop self-sustaining skills. Awarded to 192 students with excellent computer skills so far.