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Sony Donates 40 Million Yen Of Emergency Aid To Noto Peninsula Earthquake Relief Efforts

Sony Interactive Entertainment has confirmed in a press release that it is donating approximately 40 million yen as emergency aid relief efforts in response to the Noto Peninsula earthquake in Japan’s Ishikawa Prefecture on January 1.

In terms of breakdown, Sony is donating 15 million yen while Sony Life Insurance is donating 10 million yen to the Japanese Red Cross Society. Meanwhile, another 15 million yen is being donated to the Emergency Disaster and Recovery Fund for Children, which is operated by Sony and Save the Children Japan.

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The format holder also revealed that it will collect donations from employees from companies within the Sony Group and match the amounts raised.

Sony Group Corporation extends its deepest sympathies to all those affected by the earthquake that struck the Noto Peninsula, Ishikawa Prefecture in Japan on January 1, 2024. Sony will donate a total of 40 million yen as emergency aid to support relief efforts for the communities affected.

[Source – Sony Press Release]