Singtex hopes to make a contribution to society by participating in and donating to Taiwan Foundation for Rare Disorders, World Vision, Renan Foundation, schools in remote townships, and by sponsoring the "Introducing Art to Schools - Boundless Love" activity. Furthermore, we also care about the underprivileged groups, create local employment, and hire people with disabilities from Kindgarden to allow them regain self-confidence through work.
To demonstrate businesses' social impact on talent education in schools, we have signed industry-academia collaboration contracts with colleges and universities to achieve a 3-win situation of industry-academia synchronization, young student empowerment, and corporate talent reservation.
We donated 700 yards of waterproof and breathable fabric to the New Taipei City Government (equivalent to more than 10,000 mask covers). The mask covers were designed by students from Oriental Institute of Technology and New Taipei Municipal Jhangshu International Creative Technical High School.
We invited interns to participate in Singtex's career experience in the hope of giving back to society and educating our future generations besides managing our business, thereby attaining the goal of corporate sustainability.
Senior executives including the Company's founder are invited to conduct school and industry education lectures. Through social exchange and cultural experiences, we can attract international innovative and technology talents to come work in Taiwan. This not only improves Taiwan's visibility but also increases opportunities for textile talent interactions. Investing in our next generation is also investing in everyone's future.
Promote art activities with like-minded designers by combining textile with fashion and environmental protection to showcase Taiwan's extraordinary textile to the international stage.
GIOIA PAN 2020's spring/summer collection is inspired by the theme of "Refreshing Heart". The fashion show begins with a collection of black and white formal addresses created by GIOIA PAN by combining the elements of tailored men's suits and women's couture dress. She also designed numerous feminine, cool dresses featuring blue-black collage fabric made from Singtex's eco-friendly S.Cafe yarns. The design concept subverts the conventional thinking of functional fabric = outdoor sportswear.
Faced with environmental changes, circular economy has become an essential goal of countries and cities around the world. At "The International Forum on 2020 Taipei Sustainable Future", manufacturers from the food, clothing, accommodation, and transportation sector that best exemplify the concept of circular economy were invited to exhibit their products. As a clothing manufacturer committed to foster a circular economy, Singtex was honored to receive an invitation to support the event and promote our sustainable ideals.
The Taoyuan Sustainable Fashion Hub was founded in conjunction with social enterprises in the community to realize the concept of zero-waste fashion.
Protective clothing, isolation gown, donations to hospitals and clinics. Singtex and GFun donated 2,700 items of P1 and P3 protective clothing to 26 ambassadors from 22 countries stationed in Taiwan. The photo shows the donation of protective clothing to National Taiwan University Hospital in 2021.
Protective clothing, isolation gown, donations to hospitals and clinics. Singtex and GFun donated 2,700 items of P1 and P3 protective clothing to 26 ambassadors from 22 countries stationed in Taiwan. The photo shows the donation of protective clothing to Veterans General Hospital in 2021.
Protective clothing, isolation gown, donations to hospitals and clinics. Singtex and GFun donated 2,700 items of P1 and P3 protective clothing to 26 ambassadors from 22 countries stationed in Taiwan. The photo shows the donation of protective clothing to MacKay Memorial Hospital in 2021.