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LG Energy Solution Wroclaw Provides Single Mothers and their Families with a Safe Place to Stay

LG Energy Solution Wroclaw employees participated in the AKSON charity event

LG Energy Solution Wroclaw (LGES Wroclaw) has been and will always endeavor to make a difference in its local communities while helping solve pressing environmental issues under its ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) vision, “We CHARGE towards a better future.”

As part of this commitment, employees of LGES Wroclaw recently extended a helping hand to single mothers under the care of the AKSON Aid Association (AKSON). The company always looks for ways to fulfil its social responsibility and advocate social resilience, offering support to vulnerable groups and providing them with opportunities to become self-sufficient.

Non-profit organization AKSON supports socially marginalized groups such as children, families and victims of crime and domestic violence. It runs five support centers in Wroclaw: center for single mothers, shelter for homeless women, children support center, youth center, and a therapy community. This organization has been dedicated to making the lives of more than 200 Wroclaw residents better and their future brighter.

LG Energy Solution Wroclaw employees participated in the AKSON charity event

LGES Wroclaw recently provided equipment to renovate and organize living spaces for single mothers and their children, and its kind-hearted employees helped arrange seven fully furnished rooms and 23 partially furnished rooms to suit the families’ needs.

Rooms for single-mother families are furnished

This meaningful collaboration with AKSON is providing shelter to some of the most vulnerable and socially excluded groups in the region. With its commitment to pursuing mutual growth, LG Energy Solution (LGES) pledges to continue conducting socially responsible activities not only in Poland, but also around the world, alongside fostering its battery business.

Meanwhile, LGES is running Employee Volunteer Program which encourages its workers to get involved in the community and donate their time, which can sometimes be more valuable than money, as means to inspire a sense of gratitude and happiness. Granting paid leave to employees participating in volunteer activities, whether on their own or through company-sponsored programs, LGES hopes to create an environment that promotes compassion and a mindset of wanting to help others however they can. As a result, LGES has given employees opportunities to make a real difference by joining hands with various organizations such as Zakład Opiekuńczo-Lecznicy (ZOL) in Wroclaw, Poland, Habitat for Humanity and the Blood Drive in Michigan, U.S., with many more partnerships to come.