We take care
Doneck Euroflex S. A. is aware of its social responsibility as a reputable company. We stand up for intergenerational fairness, and gladly get involved in society. We aim to engage in economic activities while minimising impact on the environment, and advocate for ethical business conduct. We follow DIN ISO 26000 when further developing our sustainability programme. As a member of the United Nations Global Compact, we have reported since December 2013 in a "Letter on Communication" at the UN.
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We’re aware of our social responsibility, and embody this well beyond our staff and their families. Our social involvement seeks to help people forced to create their own prospects from disadvantaged positions. We lend them a hand and support them.
Projects we have been involved in:
The donation for the 18 people aged between 20 and 55 with physical and mental handicaps was welcomed by the health care professionals and educators alike. The facility would like to invest in a useful acquisition for the direct benefit of the residents. The bicycle with the motor we donated (2014) is now used far more frequently and for longer distances.
The voluntary fire brigades of Grevenmacher and Mertert have now joined into one. With the cheque it has handed over, Doneck Euroflex wishes to support this voluntary organisation.
1st Participation in "dayCare" – a Care Luxembourg campaign. Four trainees and pupils from the region will be taking a look “over the shoulder” of the Doneck team in the company on 26.10.2016".
The three-year cooperation with CARE Luxembourg a.s.b.l. starts with the connection of two maternity hospitals in the North of Niger to the water supply. This saves the midwives the long way to the well. This measure strengthens the health of the new-born babies and their mothers. In the following years, a nutrition centre for children in primary schools will be built.
Doneck is donating the new panther chameleon "Jack" to replace the stolen one "Freddy" in the Grevenmacher butterfly garden. So another attraction has now moved into the terrarium.
As in previous years, Doneck is again supporting the Charity Golf Tournament with a donation. The organiser Matthias Weyer was able top hand over the highest donation amount (€ 72,295.-) in the form of cheques to the “Lion Heart Foundation”, “Sven hilft e.V.”, “Treffpunkt am Weidengraben” and the “Demenz-Zentrum Trier”.
On May 28th 2016, two pupils actively “lent a hand” at Doneck Euroflex instead of going to school. The pay for this day goes as a donation to educational projects in five African countries - Burundi, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda and the Ivory Coast - and will be used for adolescents of the same age.
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Our wheelchair basketball team, the "Doneck Dolphins", close the 2015/2016 season with an excellent 4th place. The name sponsor is extremely proud of this success in the 1st national wheelchair league!
The Doneck Network is the new title sponsor of the Doneck Dolphins Trier for the 2015 to 2020 season. We have enhanced the partnership, which began as a shirt sponsor two years ago. We hereby support a successful, regional team in the first wheelchair basketball league.
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Just like we did last year we donate to this year's charity golf tournament. The organizer Matthias Weyer will be presenting cheques to Tafel Trier, Hospiz Trier e.V., Beschützerinstinkte e.V. and autisme a.s.b.l. Luxembourg.
The "Gréiwemaacher Pompjeeën" was pleased to receive a donation in return for their actions on 06 August 2014. This will be invested in the development of volunteer fire departments in the eastern region of Luxembourg and benefits many defences in the region. Through their exemplary work it has been possible to avoid major damage.
Record donations at this year’s golf tournament: Thanks to generous donations, the managers were able to present cheques to the Deutsche Kinderrheuma Stiftung (foundation for paediatric rheumatism), Auryn Trier (an organisation helping children with parents affected by mental illness), Mobile Spielaktion Konz (mobile campaign promoting creativity for children) and the Jugendwerk Don Bosco Trier (youth welfare establishment).
For the first time ever, the Dolphins’ youth teams were able to roll out onto the court in professional jerseys. Sponsored by the Doneck Network, the two-tone reversible jerseys were a big surprise to everyone. They will be worn at all the young athletes’ games and practice sessions, and are sure to attract a lot of attention.
Trier’s wheelchair basketballers were faced with a difficult situation before the start of the national league season: the jersey sponsor who had been signed well in advance bailed out at short notice, creating a large hole in the very tight budget. We helped the club, and will be supporting the successful wheelchair basketballers as a jersey sponsor starting from the 2013/2014 season in what will be an extraordinary partnership.
Foyer Pietert is home to people aged 16-53 with physical and mental disabilities requiring 24/7 care. Half of them are there as a result of accidents, while the other half have been living with a disability since birth. Foyer Pietert is distinguished by its homely atmosphere and very close contact between residents and nursing staff. Our donation helped convert the in-house bicycle into an e-bike, making bike rides in the surrounding area easier.