S-1 Social Volunteer Group realizes the value of sharing
Since its founding in 1995, the S-1 Social Volunteer Corps has developed a variety of activities centered around the concept of “corporate sharing.” Our
executives and staff have contributed countless hours to voluntary community activities.
To date, ten national volunteer service centers have been founded through the efforts of S-1’s international headquarters. These service centers in cooperation with the
Korean social welfare facilities now sponsor over 120 branch volunteer service teams which serve seniors, children, the disabled and the environment.
S-1 Activities include safety, educational and medical training, healthy living classes, basic business concepts and environmental awareness.
Additionally S-1 has taken the lead in sponsoring community-wide efforts to resolve various social problems.
S-1 is committed to fostering a sense of social responsibility to ensure the sustainable, ethical growth of our community and to provide social
safety networks to ensure the security of all our citizens.