A festive cap on 2020 – our global support on behalf of customers and partners

A festive cap on 2020 – our global support on behalf of customers and partners

What a year 2020 has been; for many a difficult year given the pandemic and resulting economic uncertainty that ensued. For Textkernel the focus of our efforts is people, and so it seems fitting for us to offer our support to a number of organizations that have a humanitarian mission at their core.

To cap 2020 we have selected a number of global and local causes to support on behalf of Textkernel and our customers, below you will find an overview of our initiatives.

UNICEF’s “school-in-a-box”

There is perhaps no more effective way to tackle poverty and unemployment than education; providing the skills and critical thought for new generations to find jobs and live better, more meaningful lives.

This year we’ve supported UNICEF to provide educational kits for 1280 refugee children. You can follow these support packages on their journey from Copenhagen to their final destinations through this link.

NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam

works to educate the general public of the value of science. Due to closures, the NEMO has experienced a rather difficult year. As a proud Amsterdam-based company, we are pleased to extend our support to NEMO.

“Hilfe für krebskranke Kinder Frankfurt e.V.” (Support for children with cancer)

Founded in 1983 by affected parents and together with the Frankfurt University Hospital, the association supports children with cancer and their families by improving their living conditions, supporting medical care and funding research projects.

Reforest Action is a French organization founded in 2010.

Thanks to their unique model of crowd planting, they have today financed more than 10 million trees in 25 countries thanks to the commitment of 2,000 companies and 200,000 citizens. Textkernel will offer 2000 trees in the name of our customers and partners. 1000 trees will be planted in Haiti and 1000 trees in Peru.

Thank you for your continued support, and we wish you a festive season!

The Textkernel Team