In 1969, the KORINDO Group commenced operations in Indonesia. Since then, we’ve been among those who have benefited from Indonesia’s economic growth. As a result, KORINDO feels obligated to assist the Indonesian people.
We have a duty to develop sustainable communities in many sectors through KORINDO Foundation’s Corporate Social Contribution (CSC) activities. Through five primary program pillars, namely Education, Health, Economics, Environment, and Infrastructure, our CSC efforts focus on strategic, methodical, and long-term initiatives.
Our united objective is to build a better Indonesia. KORINDO Foundation initially concentrated on giving academic education aid in the form of scholarships to excellent young people, but it is also beginning to enable CSC initiatives in other sectors, such as assisting impacted individuals in West Nusa Tenggara and Central Sulawesi.
We think that what we are doing is only a small portion of what is required to improve Indonesia, but our primary responsibility is to act as a catalyst for change.