We believe in being good citizens and taking an active role in the communities where we live and work
- The Tindall Foundation (New Zealand)
The Tindall Foundation donates to charitable organisations, offers capacity building, collaborates with others and connects people and organisations together. They work with Funding Managers, who give donations on their behalf, to reach communities all across New Zealand. Around 700 donations on average are given to different organisations and initiatives each year. From community gardens and food banks, young people transitioning into employment and native tree planting projects, they aim to support a wide range of organisations making a difference in New Zealand.
- OzHarvest (Australia)
OzHarvest is Australia's leading food rescue charity. They collect quality surplus food, distribute it to people in need and divert food waste from landfill. OzHarvest is the only food rescue organisation in Australia collecting surplus food from all types of food providers including fruit and vegetable markets, supermarkets, hotels, wholesalers, farmers, stadiums, corporate events, catering companies, shopping centres, delis, cafes, restaurants, film and TV shoots and boardrooms. OzHarvest also addresses food security and education through NEST and Nourish programs. NEST provides nutrition education and sustenance training to vulnerable Australians and Nourish trains and mentors disadvantaged youth for a Certificate II in Hospitality.
- Amigos do Bem (Brazil)
The mission of the Amigos do Bem is promoting local development and social inclusion to eliminate hunger and poverty through educational activities and sustainable projects. Their vision is to build a future where hunger and misery in Brazilian semi-arid North East will be remembered as History.
- You Dao Foundation (China)
You Dao Foundation Ltd is a registered charity in Hong Kong and has branches in mainland China. It helps migrant children and extends programs, facilities, opportunity and hope to those who are marginalized.
- Deutscher Kinderhospizverein e.V. (DKHV e.V.)
The DKHV e.V. (German Children’s Hospice) provides guidance and support for children, adolescents and young adults with a life-shortening disease. The DKHV is located next to one of our environment sites.
- La Société Royale de Philantropie (Belgium)
The Société Royale de Philantropie supports the local communities in Belgium that are less fortunate. They mostly act by granting microloans with 0% interest rates. The financial support is never given directly to the beneficiaries but sent to the creditors: schools, hospitals, landlords, energy suppliers, public transportation services, etc.
- Irish Red Cross - Dungarvan Branch (Ireland)
The Local (Dungarvan) Irish Red Cross are looking to expand the services that they can provide for the local community and are fundraising for an ambulance- this will allow them to provide first aid and emergency cover for sporting and charity events in Dungarvan and the surrounding area.
- South East Simon Community (Ireland)
Since 2004, South East Simon Community has been providing services to people experiencing homelessness and at risk of homelessness throughout the South East region of Ireland. The mission of the charity is to help people find a home and to support people to keep their home. The values of the charity include Equality, Justice, Commitment and Honesty.
- National Children’s Hospital in Tallaght (Ireland)
In 1821 a number of eminent Dublin doctors - concerned with the lack of treatment available for sick children in the city - founded the National Children's Hospital. It was the first hospital devoted exclusively to the care and treatment of sick children in Ireland and Britain. Eurofins will sponsor specific projects, one of which being to refurbish and improve parents accommodation.
- Save Fukushima Orphans (Japan)
We will donate to Fukushima prefecture to save orphans in the aftermath of The Great East Japan Earthquake where Eurofins Japan is currently running a radioactivity measurement competence center.
- Special Education School of San Rafael Hospital (Spain)
The Special Education School of San Rafael is a school catering for students with special educational needs due to severe cognitive and motor disabilities (a high percentage of them have cerebral paralysis), from childhood to adulthood. The school is located in the San Rafael Hospital where the students' health needs are quickly and efficiently attended. The centre offers a holistic and integral treatment that covers pedagogical, motor, communication, health and autonomy aspects, always following the philosophy of the centre: learning focused on the person. Their approach takes into account all the dimensions of each student as well as the environment around them with the object of developing the students' competences.
- Duke of Edinburgh (UK)
The DoE award supports young people by giving them opportunities to be the best they can, regardless of the school they attend or their background. The DoE Award levels the playing field. A personalised programme of volunteering, physical activities, life skills and an expedition empowers young people to build strong foundations for a happy and successful future. DoE subsidise every young person that signs up to ensure that the cost we pass on to our partner schools and centres are kept to a minimum. Money raised can support a young person facing disadvantage to take part in the DoE. £25 can support one teen, meaning €17,500 would support 700.
- THE USO & The USO of NC (USA)
The transition services which fit better with our DNA is strong at the USO, but is especially poignant at the USO of NC level because of the presence of 2 of the largest military bases ( Ft Bragg and Camp LeJeune) where service members leave active service for the business world. The military members are from all 50 states and protectorates. So, the local USO coordinates with national employers- both training companies on the military culture and their experiences, but also matches service members to companies based on skills and experience.
- Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County (USA)
The Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County is actively seeking business and community partners to engage in a design process for a Head Start STEM/STEAM pre-kindergarten classroom. Head Start serves over 600 children across Lancaster County whose family incomes fall within 100% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. They believe that in order to develop 21st Century learners, who are ready for the global workforce, they as early childhood educators need to invest in STEM learning at the entry point of schooling. The Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County champions the achievement of long-term self-sufficiency for individuals and families through services and advocacy targeting the elimination of poverty.