Frontier Real Estate Investment Corporation

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Social/Environmental Initiatives

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Initiatives for contributing to the community and society

In addition to holding community/CSR events, FRI is making proactive efforts for disaster prevention such as setting up disaster prevention bases in the community to accept those who are unable to return home to fulfill the role of safe and secure retail facilities for local residents.

&EARTH Clothing Support Project

FRI holds an event inviting people to donate unneeded clothing at retail facilities twice annually in the spring and fall. This clothing is then distributed to people in urgent need through the NPO Japan Relief Clothing Center.

<19th &EARTH Clothing Support Project (spring 2018)>
Results of the event held at facilities owned by FRI
Participants 1,497 participants  Clothing collected 7,329kg  Additional donations 74,213 yen

Date Facility Participants Clothing
collected
Additional
donations
May 13 LaLagarden KASUKABE 284 1,543kg ¥15,501
May 27 LaLaport SHIN-MISATO 242 1,038kg ¥13,180
June 2 LaLaport IWATA 335 1,835kg ¥11,285
June 2 ALPARK 636 2,913kg ¥34,247
Various CSR events

Various CSR events for visitors centered upon residents in the neighborhood are held at the retail facilities of FRI in different locations.

Environmental education event (Mitsui Outlet Park Iruma)
Environmental education event
(Mitsui Outlet Park Iruma)
Disaster prevention event (Mitsui Outlet Park Iruma)
Disaster prevention event
(Mitsui Outlet Park Iruma)
Initiatives by the asset management company

Various safety initiatives are conducted also at Mitsui Fudosan Frontier REIT Management Inc., the asset management company, upon managing the assets of FRI.

防災訓練の実施・AED救命講習の受講

Disaster drills/AED life-saving course

It conducts a disaster response drill for all employees once a year. Using a scenario in which an earthquake strikes directly below the Tokyo metropolitan area, the drill is aimed at improving disaster readiness, from first response to the setup of crisis management headquarters and ascertaining the extent of damage at properties.