Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR can help attract and maintain skilled labor. With a corporate membership your company will get a natural opportunity to talk about your CSR activities - whether it is about providing clean water, ensure access to electricity through solar cells or preventing environmental problems.
The objective of Engineers Without Borders is to help the world’s poorest in building a better and sustainable future in their local environment. We believe that the world’s poorest have and can learn the necessary professional and technical competences for themselves to play a crucial role in building and developing their local communities. With a corporate membership of EWB-DK, your company can help fight against poverty and help "building a better tomorrow" for people who are affected by disasters and poverty.
Become a corporate member of Engineers without Borders and create value for your company and your employers
With a corporate membership you and your company support the activities of EWB-DK with a fixed annual donation. By corporate membership your company will get access to a technical network of dedicated and experienced professionals who are passionated about applying their knowledge to make a difference. On the foundation of Danish know-how together we can help the world’s poor in building a better future!
A corporate membership is non-binding and does not require technical or other commitment.
In October, the annual CSR Awards took place in Vejle. The partnership between EWB-DK, SOS Children’s Villages Denmark, Siemens Denmark and Solar Group was rewarded with the 2015 CSR Partnership Prize for the implementation of a joint project to renovate and upgrade the children’s village in Zanzibar, Tanzania. “The partnership with SOS Children’s Villages Denmark, Siemens in Denmark and Solar Group is exemplary in the sense that it shows the great potential that can be achieved when we cooperate with the private sector and other NGOs: Together we can do so much more,” says Steen Frederiksen, Chairman of EWB-DK.
In 2015, EWB-DK has established several new CSR partnerships. Among others with Lodam Electronics A/S, a Danish engineering company working with innovative and efficient electronic climate control solutions. The partnership with Lodam focuses on combining the technical knowledge and interests of the company with EWB-DK’s work and projects. By combining the technical knowledge of Lodam with that of EWBDK’s volunteers, and sharing it with local partners, projects are elevated to a higher technical level, securing local sustainability and benefiting the end users.
EWB-DK has worked for establishing access to clean drinking water after the severe flood and mudslide in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone in august 2017