Being a public company, FORU takes responsibility in returning some of the company’s profits to the community and the environment in the form of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

In line with FORU’s mission, to grow business and improve the quality of human life, the CSR program outlines short-term (1 year) and long term (5 years) programs with the spirit of ‘Program Berbagi Kasih Sayang’ or ‘Share the Love Program’.

For the long-term program, FORU joined forces with various partners working on similar programs aimed at sustainable development. Our cooperation with other parties such as governments, investors, customers, communities, workers and industry associations led to a sense of close connection between ourselves and all stakeholders. We believe that only with the active participation of these stakeholders, will the success of the Integrated CSR program be realized.

Our long-term CSR program is called Share the Love Program, and has been realized by the establishment of ‘Sanggar Fortune’ or ‘Fortune Studio’ since 2008 whose prime focus is to improve the quality of education because we believe that education is the primary means to improve the quality of life. Sanggar Fortune is driven by our commissioner, Miranty Abidin, and is open to whole Fortune family, management, and employees.

During 2011, Fortune Studio in Pondok Pinang was active in competitions “Managing early childhood/Early Childhood Education” together with the Mayor of South Jakarta. At the event, various competitions were organized including a choir contest, a storytelling competition, a creative competition for recycled goods and many sports competitions involving teachers and students. These activities aim to mobilize communities to become better teachers in creativity beginning with educating pupils from an early age. In December 2011, FORU socialized another Fortune Studio for early childhood education program in Ragunan area, which become its major concern until 2013.

At the same time as the Share the Love Program, short-term activities are held regularly during the year. Activities include financing the Islamic festival of sacrificing cows and sheep and distributing to the public around the FORU’s office and blood donor activities in cooperation with the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI). These activities are eagerly awaited by the people because they all feel the excitement of sharing the happiness with us.

Another activity is a FORU Goes to Campus Roadshow (formerly Fortune Indonesia Goes to Campus) that during 2011 was conducted by the President Director and Commissioner of FORU as guest lecturers and expert speakers in the communications and creative industries. They have attended the University of Indonesia (UI), Faculty of Social and Political Communication Department (FISIP), Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) at the Faculty of Art and Design (FSRD), Department of Visual Communication and Design (DKV), School of Business and Management (SBM). A visit to the State University Padjadjaran (UNPAD) at the Faculty of Communication (Fikom) Management Communication (ManCom), also to the Pelita Harapan University (UPH) at the Faculty of Communication (Fikom).

In addition to being speakers at the Universities, FORU has also received visits from students and lecturers of the State Jendral Soedirman University (Unsoed), the College of Communication ITKP, Pelita Harapan University (UPH) Karawaci, Christian University of Petra (UK Petra) Surabaya, the Bakrie Business School Jakarta and the Muhamadiyah University Yogyakarta (UMY).

Being a public company, FORU takes responsibility in returning some of the company’s profits to the community and the environment in the form of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

In line with FORU’s mission, to grow business and improve the quality of human life, the CSR program outlines short-term (1 year) and long term (5 years) programs with the spirit of ‘Program Berbagi Kasih Sayang’ or ‘Share the Love Program’.

For the long-term program, FORU joined forces with various partners working on similar programs aimed at sustainable development. Our cooperation with other parties such as governments, investors, customers, communities, workers and industry associations led to a sense of close connection between ourselves and all stakeholders. We believe that only with the active participation of these stakeholders, will the success of the Integrated CSR program be realized.

Our long-term CSR program is called Share the Love Program, and has been realized by the establishment of ‘Sanggar Fortune’ or ‘Fortune Studio’ since 2008 whose prime focus is to improve the quality of education because we believe that education is the primary means to improve the quality of life. Sanggar Fortune is driven by our commissioner, Miranty Abidin, and is open to whole Fortune family, management, and employees.

During 2011, Fortune Studio in Pondok Pinang was active in competitions “Managing early childhood/Early Childhood Education” together with the Mayor of South Jakarta. At the event, various competitions were organized including a choir contest, a storytelling competition, a creative competition for recycled goods and many sports competitions involving teachers and students. These activities aim to mobilize communities to become better teachers in creativity beginning with educating pupils from an early age. In December 2011, FORU socialized another Fortune Studio for early childhood education program in Ragunan area, which become its major concern until 2013.

At the same time as the Share the Love Program, short-term activities are held regularly during the year. Activities include financing the Islamic festival of sacrificing cows and sheep and distributing to the public around the FORU’s office and blood donor activities in cooperation with the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI). These activities are eagerly awaited by the people because they all feel the excitement of sharing the happiness with us.

Another activity is a FORU Goes to Campus Roadshow (formerly Fortune Indonesia Goes to Campus) that during 2011 was conducted by the President Director and Commissioner of FORU as guest lecturers and expert speakers in the communications and creative industries. They have attended the University of Indonesia (UI), Faculty of Social and Political Communication Department (FISIP), Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) at the Faculty of Art and Design (FSRD), Department of Visual Communication and Design (DKV), School of Business and Management (SBM). A visit to the State University Padjadjaran (UNPAD) at the Faculty of Communication (Fikom) Management Communication (ManCom), also to the Pelita Harapan University (UPH) at the Faculty of Communication (Fikom).

In addition to being speakers at the Universities, FORU has also received visits from students and lecturers of the State Jendral Soedirman University (Unsoed), the College of Communication ITKP, Pelita Harapan University (UPH) Karawaci, Christian University of Petra (UK Petra) Surabaya, the Bakrie Business School Jakarta and the Muhamadiyah University Yogyakarta (UMY).