From the young girl who gets to attend a science camp for free, to the family stranded in a shelter after a hurricane, to the sick child and his family aboard a Miracle Flight, on their way to receive specialized medical care. These are just some of the people Astellas USA Foundation helped in 2017 through partnerships and grants – and there are many more. Behind every grant, volunteer activity or funded event are people, all of whom were helped by Astellas USA Foundation.
Our employees recently prepared approximately 65 meals for the women & children of @Safehouse_FL, a shelter for those surviving domestic abuse. Read about one of their previous experiences volunteering with this organization: http://bit.ly/2o3iEJq
Forty Astellas employees from Astellas US Technologies (AUST) took a day to volunteer at the Clearbrook Funfest in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. AUST employees represented Supply Chain, Product Security, Project and Product Management and Quality Assurance Americas.
When it comes to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the dedication of our employees to help patients and people in need is truly amazing to me. Since 2015, our 3,000 employees in the Americas have volunteered an amazing 98,000 hours.
NORTHBROOK, IL, October 2, 2017 /3BL Media/ — Last Thursday, more than 500 Astellas employees on two continents left their offices, rolled up their sleeves and helped their communities. They were supporting Changing Tomorrow Day — a global effort to contribute time and resources to building stronger communities.
Astellas ranked in recognition of its commitment and support for working mothers
NORTHBROOK, Ill., September 26, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Astellas was named one of the 2017 Working Mother 100 Best Companies for its commitment to establishing a corporate culture supportive of working moms and their families. The 100 Best Companies will be featured in the October/November issue of Working Mother and on workingmother.com.
For students growing up in rural communities, access to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs can be limited. Poor retention of teachers and lack of technology are just two factors that often times leave rural schools unable to provide the same type of STEM education that students in urban or suburban districts receive.
For the third consecutive year, the pharmaceutical company was named to the 2017 Great Place to Work® ranking among medium-sized multinational businesses across all industries in the country
SÃO PAULO, Brazil, August 31, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Astellas Farma Brasil (AFB) was recently named one of the 20 best medium-sized multinational companies to work for across all industries in the country, according to the Great Place to Work® Institute's latest rankings. Earlier this year, the company was also honored by the Institute as one of the top ten workplaces in the pharmaceutical industry.