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Corporate Citizenship

Social engagement is part of our sense of responsibility and firmly embedded in our corporate values.

Social engagement – or corporate citizenship – has always been an integral part of our sense of responsibility as a company. This is a tradition that dates back to our founder, Fritz Henkel, and is firmly embedded in our corporate values. Together with our employees, retirees, customers and consumers, Henkel and the Fritz Henkel Stiftung are able to support sustainable social projects around the world. They both support activities in the areas of social needs, education and science, fitness and health, arts and culture, and the environment. 

We have structured our activities around four core elements:

Corporate Volunteering: Voluntary social engagement of our employees and retirees

Social Partnerships: Henkel as a company promoting social projects around the world

Brand Engagement: Henkel brands supporting social projects worldwide

Emergency Aid: Immediate aid to people placed in urgent need by natural catastrophe

News

Dr.-Jost-Henkel-Stiftung

With the goal to give young people with less means the opportunity to get the best possible education the Dr. Jost Henkel Stiftung continues to support gifted and motivated young talent since 1958.

Winner images of our photo competition  2015

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Peru

Peru: Cooperarperu helps to improve the health and development of the rural community in Tankarpata.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: China

China: The Heart to Heart initiative supports underpriviliged children in China who are in need of a heart surgery.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Nepal

In the Shangrila Home in Nepal street children are offered warm meals, medical care and education.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Nepal

Nepal: The Shangrila Home provides care for more than 75 street children.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Deutschland

Nepal: This project helps an orphanage and a school.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Tansania

Tanzania: The Art in Tanzania non-profit organization is building an IT-room to provide a space for children to learn computer skills.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Deutschland

Germany: At the Handballkindergarten trainers ensure that children learn their coordination through fun and games.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Guatemala

Guatemala: 48 volunteers support the project.

Henkel MIT-Fotowettbewerb: Deutschland

Germany: Cultural association Taftahü e.V. set up a three-day art and music festival in the Westerwald.

India: The ProtoVillage project helps develop sustainable villages for families.

Philippines: The Ang Galing Project offers a one-to-one approach to teaching children reading and writing.

Uganda: Volunteer work at an orphanage in Jinja.

Uganda: Volunteer work at an orphanage in Jinja.

India: This project helps provide education to poor, rural children.

India: This project helps provide education to poor, rural children.

Germany: The parents’ initiative "Kinderkrebsklinik e.V." supports children during and after their struggle against cancer.

Germany: The parents’ initiative "Kinderkrebsklinik e.V." supports children during and after their struggle against cancer.

China: Grateful Green is a long-term MIT program that aims to help people in need and brighten up their lives.

China: Grateful Green is a long-term MIT program that aims to help people in need and brighten up their lives.

6/19/13 | 1:40 min.

Shaping Futures Success Story

Manashi Bharati took part in the Shaping Futures initiative. Nowadays, she has a full-time position at Naturals in India, and participated in the Schwarzkopf Professional ESSENTIAL LOOKS World Tour.

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6/18/14 | 3:20 min.

Special Olympics Germany

During the German Special Olympics 2014, Henkel employees voluntarily supported the competitions

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8,238,000

8,238,000 euros for donations worldwide.

284

We support 284 days time off from work for employee-initiated projects.

1,358,108

More than 1,358,108 people supported.

2,265

In total, we have supported more than 2,265 projects.

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