Sales Promotion for Welfare Organizations

Sales Promotion for Welfare Organizations

Aim to Increase Sales for Welfare Organizations Where People with Disabilities Work

We have long been aware of the issues regarding the welfare of people with disabilities and the environment of facilities they work, and have been searching for ways to improve sales of welfare organizations. To make more companies and people be able to know and buy their products, we launched "mon champ" in October 2021, an e-commerce site featuring products from welfare organizations. The profits generated by mon champ are returned to the welfare organizations that manufacture the products to help the people with disabilities raise wages and improve working environment. As of March 2022, we have sold products from 3 organizations.To ensure long-term sales, high quality of products must be maintained. We help them improve the quality and design of packaging that can be used as corporate gifts. In the future, we will provide more support for welfare organizations and expand the product lineup.

Improve Profits for Welfare Organizations through CSR Activities

We will promote the "mon champ" products to our 30,000+ customers. We will contribute to raising the recognition of the products by encouraging the use of these products in a variety of situations, such as gifts used in corporate activities, prizes for internal events, snacks during breaks of training sessions, summer and year-end gifts, and gifts for employees' families.

Benefits of using mon champ

The current status of hourly wage is 200 yen for people with disabilities

There are currently 17,198* employment support establishments in Japan, of which 13,441* welfare organizations are "employment support type B establishments" for continuous employment support. Type B establishments provide skill-enhancing training for people with disabilities who have difficulty finding regular jobs at general companies. Type A establishments offer employment contracts to people with disabilities and pay them wages above the minimum wage. On the other hand, Type B establishments only pay wages for the work done. The average wage in 2020 was 15,776 yen per month at Type B establishments with an hourly wage of 222 yen*.

※*Reference: Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, Actual Wages in Fiscal Year 2020

Support Groups/ Partners - Their Hopes

SHEEMOC by Social Welfare Corporation Shiinoki-kai

We support people with disabilities living in our city. With this as our philosophy, we hope not that facilities will be built exclusively for the disabled, but that the same facilities will be made into a system that can be used by the disabled as well. We support the accumulation of wisdom on how to use different facilities and support systems necessary for this purpose, so that the city can become a moderately comfortable place for everyone.

SHEEMOC, operated by Shiinoki-kai in Chiba Prefecture, has been making warm and simple sweets without additives using the same recipe since its establishment. We usually sell our products at PTA bazaars and events at elementary schools in the city, and people in the community trust us. We also sell our sweets at SHEEMOC Workshop, Roadside Rest Station "Azunosato", Takayoshi Store in Kokubunjidai , and other places.

CHOCOLABO by General Incorporated Association AOH

"Chocolate + Lab + Collaboration - Collab between unimpaired people and people with disabilities, and between professional chocolatiers and people with disabilities. Each one is different. Each one is good." (CHOCOLAB)

All the sweets produced at CHOCOLABO are handmade. Because they are not produced by machine, each baker's individuality comes out. We hope to bring you dreams and smiles with sweets that are "healthy to eat," "heartwarming to buy," "exciting to visit the laboratory (workplace)," and "environmentally friendly to make."

Social Good Roasters by General Incorporated Association Beans

Social Good Roasters is a welfare facility with a roastery cafe where baristas and roasters with disabilities are active. With the vision of "Leave No One Behind," we would like to convey the value of people recognizing each other's differences and living together as equals through coffee and welfare. The coffee produced by this roastery, which recognizes diversity, will lead to the taste and pleasure of the customers who pick it up, and the profits generated will be returned to the producers and society. Social Good Roasters aims to create such a <change in value> and <circle of good things>.

We are a non-profit organization, so we don't need to make a profit. All green coffee beans are purchased from trusted producer communities, and under the concept of fair trade, the profits are used to help improve the lives of the producers, such as building local schools and hospitals. From a single cup of coffee, you can easily participate in social contribution, which is something that is hard to do even if you feel like it.


The idea for founding En-No-Ki was inspired by the sudden death of my mother from a brain hemorrhage at the same time my second son was diagnosed with "autism with intellectual disability," and my desire to create "a place where people with intellectual disabilities can work after the death of their parents." I am running the store while seeking to realize such a society where people with intellectual disabilities can choose a profession that makes the most of their strengths, such as accuracy in repetitive tasks, aversion to irregularity, and outstanding memory, little by little, starting with what I can do, day by day.

En-No-Ki coffee is roasted in small batches in a small roasting machine, so it is always fresh and original blends can be created in small units. We choose coffee beans from areas that are organically grown without pesticides or have recovered from civil wars or disasters, so that we can purchase coffee beans at a fair price that supports both the quality of the beans and fair trade.

En-no-Ki is a small home roasting store located in the wholesale district of Kuramae, Tokyo. Using a small roaster that can only roast 400g at a time, we roast your favorite beans per order. At the store, we accept people with disabilities for off-site employment training, and we enjoy roasting every day as we search for work we can do together.