The Nippon Foundation Invests $5 million into the Valuable 500’s Disability Inclusion goal

Thu 4 February 2021

An incredible announcement comes off the back of the 2021’s Davos agenda for the Valuable 500.  

Disability inclusion now has the power to soar to new heights, thanks to great investment from Japan’s largest private foundation. 

On Friday 29 January, Japan’s Nippon Foundation cemented their commitment to business disability inclusion through a $5 million dollar investment. Now, they have joined The Valuable 500 as Global Impact Partner.  

This investment will be put towards launching Phase 2 of The Valuable 500’s campaign.  

The Valuable 500 is a worldwide network of CEO’s who are committed to including disability inclusion on the business agenda. First launched in DAVOS in 2019, the goal is to have 500 CEO’s across the globe committed to disability business inclusion.  

The Nippon foundation aims to achieve social innovation on a global scale. You can also read more about The Nippon Foundation’s investment into disability inclusion.  

We proudly acknowledge the AND members who have joined The Valuable 500: 

  • Accenture  
  • AGL  
  • Allianz  
  • ANZ 
  • ARUP 
  • Ashurst  
  • Baker Mckenzie  
  • Boston Consulting Group 
  • Bupa 
  • Compass Group  
  • Cummins  
  • Deloitte  
  • EY 
  • Gilbert & Tobin  
  • Herbert Smith Freehills  
  • HSBC  
  • IBM 
  • Jacobs Group  
  • KPMG  
  • L’Oreal 
  • Macquarie  
  • Manpower Group  
  • Microsoft 
  • NEC  
  • Nestle  
  • Page Group  
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers  
  • Randstad 
  • Roche  
  • Sanofi-Adventis 
  • Shell  
  • Sodexo 
  • Telstra  
  • Unilever 
  • Westpac

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