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Awapatent’s corporate responsibility during 2017

All three of them have values and goals in line with Awapatent’s own core values, core purpose and business idea: to show courage, openness and passion, to help building the prosperity of tomorrow, and to encourage R&D and entrepreneurship. We are proud to be able to give financial support to these admirable organisations and hope that both our employees and our clients feel that they are part of this important support. Please read more about our general view on corporate responsibility.

SOS Children’s Villages
Awapatent’s donation to SOS Children’s Villages goes to a project in Dassa-Zoumé in Benin, West Africa, where the organisation run a project for families in need. About 225 children are included and they receive education, healthcare, food and psychological support. Their parents benefit from training, advice and microloans to help them start their own businesses. The aim is to help the families to become self-supporting and independent.

Team Rynkeby
Awapatent is a gold sponsor of Team Rynkeby, an organisation supporting leading child cancer charities in Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands and Iceland. Team Rynkeby arranges a variety of fund-raising events, the largest being a cycle ride to Paris each summer with 1,700 participants. Started on the initiative of Rynkeby Foods in Denmark in 2002, Team Rynkeby raised just over €8.84 million to fight childhood cancer in 2016.
The cyclists are divided into 44 local teams, and when becoming a sponsor, you choose what team to support. Many of the teams represent the same cities as where Awapatent has its offices. Our ambition is to shift from team to team during the years in order to move our sponsorship closer to each one at Awapatent. So far we have supported Helsingborg, Copenhagen and Stockholm. This year our contribution goes to Team Jönköping.

Médecins Sans Frontières
Awapatent is a “Corporate Supporter 2017” of Médecins Sans Frontières, which is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation delivering emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. They assist people regardless of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.