Enable welfare with technology

i-Infinity Digital Welfare
  • A total of 26 public welfare micro-films have received over 10 million views
  • Helped NPO fundraising grow by more than NT$26 million
  • A total of 7 mobile application services benefit more than 6 million people
The effort has been concentrated on 2 major programs focusing on "public welfare micro-film" and "mobile application" since 2012, using technology to break through bottlenecks and exert leverage. This project helps NPO launch new digital and fundraising initiatives, while cultivating talents for the local entertainment business, supporting social enterprises and revitalizing public welfare with technology!
The winners of the myfone Mobile Composition Award were matched with NPOs for creating micro-films. Marketing bonus was given over a 3-month period after the films were uploaded to YouTube. The Taiwan Mobile Foundation donates NT$1 for each view (with the limit of NT$100,000). Two micro-films were launched in 2020 with a total of bonus of NT$151,000. The marketing period also raised over NT$350,000 of fund with a 54.17% increase. Micro-films were created for 2 NPOs in 2020, going live in 2021:

iSharing Volunteer Platform/Happy and Warm Little Hearts
  • iSharing Volunteer Platform has had over 42,000 downloads, with 305 stores on the shelf and over 3,800 applications
  • Warm Little Hearts collected 303 Christmas presents within 23 days
The iSharing Volunteer Platform is a charity matching platform (with a website and an app) that was developed in 2014 with the i-Infinity Digital Welfare project. It integrates the needs of charity groups and the general public to find volunteers, raise materials and donations so that everyone can contribute to charity anytime, anywhere. It is possible to match the good intention in an accurate and timely manner.
The 5th "Warm Little Hearts" was organized in 2020, calling on all people to pledge gifts through the "iSharing Volunteer Platform"or app to help disadvantaged children realize their dreams with 8 Sponsored players. For the past four years, TWM successfully helped disadvantaged groups in rural areas, elders with disabilities, and children with severe illnesses to raise 1,181 portions winter supplies. This year we collaborated with the with the Chinese Christian Relief Association to seek help from the general public in helping disadvantaged children grow up. The event received great response from the society, collecting 303 presents within 23 days. The Taiwan Mobile Foundation hosted the Happy and Warm Little Hearts year-end party, asking sponsored athletes to bring the presents to the children in Taoyuan, realizing the vision of a loving society.

5180 Mobile Donation
  • 126 social welfare groups joined
"5180 Mobile Donation," the first mobile phone small donation platform was launched in December 2015. The platform takes advantage of the convenience of mobile phones, combined with the core technology of the telecommunications industry, IVR (Interactive Voice Response), APP and back-end services, to provide users with donation options of 100, 200, 300, 500, 1,000, 1,500, 2,000, 3,000 to 6,000 in New Taiwan Dollars. Users can make donations with telecom bills, and can also request donation receipts online, which is safe, fast and convenient. Since March 2016, the service charge for collection of bills was cancelled to give back to all social welfare groups that participated in the 5180 Mobile Donation.

Mobile Health
  • Serving a total of 73,178 people
We have partnered with Taitung Christian Hospital since 2007 in providing services for rural areas by sponsoring communications equipment on the mobile medical vehicles, ensuring medical care for disadvantaged groups and reducing the gap between urban and rural areas. 6,089 people benefited from this program in 2020.

myAngel Care for Family with Dementia Patients
  • Helping 881 families safeguard their elders from going missing
  • Helping the elders send 1,612 SOS messages to their families
The project started in 2013, with the first NFC Smart Tracking Wristband in Taiwan launched in 2014. The GPS positioning signal used by mobile phones can be sent by the NFC wristband to the help center, which will in turn contact the family of the missing person. From 2013 to 2017, TWM has contributed to dementia prevention and helping locate missing people with high-tech applications, films, books and so on to benefit 1,309 families with a high risk family members going missing with its core technologies.
In 2020, TWM adopted IOT technologies to create the myAngel high-tech care system with myAngel watch, App and M+. TWM offers proactive services that track the elderly's movement in real time, and the intuitive design takes a simple push of one button. Volunteers are called to join the M+ Search Group to search and report, revolutionizing care of the elderly and protecting 881 high-risk families. Taiwan Mobile Foundation has donated 100 spots to 7 charity organizations and hospitals across Taiwan, allowing disadvantaged elders to apply for free and use the service with no monthly fee for one year.
Since 2013, the value of public welfare for dementia care has reached nearly NT$50 million.