Social Co-Prosperity

Based on the management philosophy of “committing to energy-saving, and carbon-reducing environmentally friendly measures and fulfilling corporate responsibilities,” PSMC has established three main strategic principles of social co-prosperity: environmental conservation, public welfare investment, and arts and cultural festivals. The Company has extended its social welfare activities along these principles to provide the necessary assistance and support to the environment, society, and specific ethnic groups in the areas of ecological maintenance, care for the disadvantaged, support for arts and cultural activities, and community building, in order to solve society’s long-term structural problems. To this end, PSMC has integrated internal and external resources such as the Group’s Public Welfare Committee and the Powerchip Culture Foundation through systematic social investment planning, and has joined hands with employees, suppliers/contractors, competent authorities, and other stakeholders to jointly participate in social welfare activities and demonstrate its corporate values through practical actions.

Social Co-Prosperity Strategy Principles and Achievements


Social Engagement Impact Assessment

In order to evaluate and grasp the overall effectiveness of social engagement investments, PSMC referred to the Business for Societal Impact (B4SI) community investment evaluation framework and classified the social projects from 2022 into three categories: charitable donations, community investments and business initiatives, in order to measure the effectiveness and impact of each philanthropic activity and resource investment; this also facilitates timely adjustments to investment planning, enhancing the efficiency of resource allocation so that social engagement programs can be closely linked to social issues. In 2022, PSMC invested nearly NT$150 million into various social engagement programs, devoting more than 281 volunteers and 2,727 volunteer hours, hoping to maintain the momentum of the positive cycle of social investment by not only investing in human and material resources, but also exerting an invisible influence on long-term social issues, such as promoting cultural education and establishing positive values for school children, and eliminating the resource gap in rural communities.