Project for Forest Conservation in Sumatra activity report
Sony Bank Conservation Activities
For every Sony Bank account opened since September 2012, Sony Bank has donated 10 yen to Project for Forest Conservation in Sumatra, a conservation project managed by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Japan. Customers can support this conservation project simply by opening an account with Sony Bank.
- Donations are used for forest conservation in general. Each 1,000 yen is enough to plant one tree for forest regeneration (plant one tree sapling and nurture it for three years).
How it works
CustomerOpen an account with Sony Bank
Sony BankSony Bank donates 10 yen per account opened
WWF JapanThe donation goes to Project for Forest Conservation in Sumatra (Indonesia)
The donation is paid for by Sony Bank and is not paid for by the customer or taken from the customer’s account.