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Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc.

Sustainability

President Initiatives

Over the decades, the President Office of Mitsui USA has responded when called upon and proactively assumed leadership roles to serve the community.

Mitsui USA President & CEO plays an active role with prominent civic, cultural and educational organizations, including Boards, Councils and/or memberships, to lend broad support to:

  • Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York, Inc.
  • The Nippon Club
  • Japanese Educational Institute of New York
  • Japan Society
  • Japan Day @ Central Park
  • Partnership for New York City
  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
  • The Weissman Center for International Business of Baruch College, CUNY


Corporate Contributions

Mitsui USA donations include support of:

  • Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana Hurricane Laura Relief and Recovery Fund for relief efforts in October 2020
  • Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund for tornado relief in March 2020
  • Great Houston Community Foundation's Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey relief efforts in September 2017
  • American Red Cross support for Louisiana flooding relief in August 2016
  • Mayors Fund to Advance New York City for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in November 2012
  • JCCI 2011 Northeastern Japan Earthquake Relief Fund for Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in March 2011

Arts & Culture Support

In recent years, Mitsui USA's President has increased the Company's
presence in the arts community, including support of:

  • Metropolitan Opera, HD Live in Schools Program
  • Lincoln Center Education, sponsorship of program at public high school in Queens, NY
  • New York Philharmonic’s musical education programs for school age children
  • New York Philharmonic concert series at David Geffen Hall in March 2020
  • Japan Day @ Central Park annual festival
  • Mostly Mozart 2019 Festival at Lincoln Center
  • "Sugimoto Bunraku" at Lincoln Center's White Light Festival 2019
  • “Ninagawa Macbeth” at Mostly Mozart Festival 2018 at Lincoln Center