We help enhance communities, provide disaster
relief, and support families across the globe

Home Building program

Since 2008, employees from around the world have been building homes for underprivileged families in the Philippines. Trend Micro subsidises employee travel there and covers all living and building costs.

More than 500 Trend employees from North America, Europe, and Asia have taken part by helping to build homes in 14 different communities – assisting 1,620 families and over 2,600 children.

Building a Future Annual Service Project

Since 2013, Trend Micro has invested heavily in its Building a Future Annual Service Project. One day each year, up to 700 Trend Micro employees gather together to volunteer with local schools in need. Depending on the school’s needs, Trenders will help with anything from building picnic tables and bookshelves, to helping students read, to delivering school equipment or cash donations.

Give and Match program

Each year, employees nominate a non-profit philanthropic organisation for 1:1 matching donations.

Organisations eligible to receive matching funds generally support underserved communities with a focus toward, but not limited to, the digital gap, education, the environment, and the underprivileged.

The Give and Match program provides Trenders the opportunity to extend their generosity and make a greater impact with their charitable contributions by collaborating with colleagues around the world.

Disaster Relief

Trenders can also initiate ad hoc Give and Match projects in the case of natural disasters and crises with major casualties (e.g., earthquake, typhoon, hurricane, fire). Recent projects include appeals to help victims of the Thailand flood, the East Africa food crisis, and the Japan earthquake and tsunami.

The results of our Give and Match Program? Since 2008, thousands of Trend Micro employees have participated, providing more than $4,000,000 USD in donations.

Product donations

Since 2008, employees from around the world have been building homes for under privileged families in Taiwan. Trend Micro’s alliance with Techsoup provides licenses of top products such as PC-cillin to 96 NGOs in 2010-2011.

Through the Department of Social Welfare in Taipei City, we’ve subsidized products to low-income families for the past five years. And when our products are not enough, we have donated boxes of moon cakes to aboriginal Taiwanese tribes for their Moon Festival.

Working with universities

We work with local universities around the globe to help develop student talent. Projects include working with the City of Westminster College in the U.K. to provide students with opportunities to gain work experience, showcase their work, and earn scholarships and bursaries.

In Taiwan, Trend Micro has donated funding, equipment, and servers to Taiwan National University and Fu Jen Catholic University to enhance learning programs.

And in the US, we’ve donated funds to the Mission College Centre for Innovation and Technology to enhance the cyber security course curriculum.