We support a range of initiatives with the purpose of promoting and encouraging social and environmental responsibility.
We initiated our support of the PDAid Foundation in 2015. The PDAid Foundation aims to improve local conditions for young talent in disadvantaged communities through a structured and global support program. Through education, financial means, personal communication and mentoring, the PDAid Foundation supports talented youth in becoming agents of positive change in future corporate and societal management. Financial support cannot stand alone, as young people must experience first-hand mentoring from adult role models.
Find more information at PDAid Foundation.
Join the PDAid Foundation on Facebook.
We began supporting the Kilimanjaro Initiative (KI) in 2014, when CEO, Dennis Nielsen, took part in his first Kilimanjaro Climb formed by KI. The annual climbs raise funds for development projects in East Africa, bringing attention to the role of youth as agents of positive change in their local communities.
We salute the commendable initiative and urge others to offer their support.
Visit the Kilimanjaro Initiative website and view the PDAid Foundation video, portraying the Kilimanjaro Climb.
‘World’s Best News’
We support The World’s Best News – a Danish campaign formed by the UN, DANIDA and more than 100 Danish aid organizations. World’s Best News intends to inform about the huge progress made in developing countries. Challenges remain, but we are one step closer to ending extreme poverty.
Visit the ‘World’s Best News’ website.
Transparency International Denmark
We support the fight against corruption through our membership of the national association, Transparency International Denmark. The membership enhances our discouragement of corruption and underlines our desire to take active part in efforts to heighten the integrity of Danish society and business.
Visit the Transparancy International website.
Nelson Mandela Library Project
We support for the non-profit Nelson Mandela Library Project, which gives South African children the opportunity to learn to read and eventually help them become self-supporting and independent individuals. The Nelson Mandela Library Project set out to freight containers into libraries with a long service life.
Visit the Nelson Mandela Library Project website.
We support the local project ‘Skolehjaelpen’ (School Aid). Skolehjaelpen is an educational facility for local students, developed by the local Rotary Club through the organization’s youth club, Rotaract. The initiative helps children keep up at school by offering tutoring and homework assistance.