Henkel magazine for social engagement
This year’s Henkel magazine for social engagement – “Together” – has been published. It gives an overview of the contribution the company makes toward social progress and reports on the volunteer work of many of its employees and retirees.
The new issue of the “Together” magazine focuses on the 15th anniversary of the “Make an Impact on Tomorrow” (MIT) Initiative. Henkel employees and retirees all over the world support numerous projects through this initiative. To mark the 15th anniversary, Henkel is helping three projects with a special one-time grant.
“We are very proud of the volunteering spirit shown by our employees and retirees,” says Kathrin Menges, Executive Vice President Human Resources of Henkel, in her Foreword. “Henkel’s social engagement lives most of all from the dedication shown by our employees and retirees in the broad spectrum of projects all around the globe. I would like to thank them here on behalf of the entire Board.”
The new magazine presents the Fritz Henkel Foundation, which was established in 2011, and shows how it helps to consolidate and strengthen Henkel’s social initiatives.
The magazine also reports on educational projects around the world that have been supported in a targeted manner through corporate and brand engagement, as well as on Henkel’s emergency aid. The current issue gives the regional contacts for all questions relating to social engagement an opportunity to introduce themselves. They invite all MIT volunteers to take part in the 2014 MIT Photo Competition.
The “Together” magazine is available in English and German (German title: “Miteinander”) and can be viewed online or downloaded as a PDF file here: http://www.henkel.com/download-and-services/corporate-citizenship-magazines-28304.htm
Henkel’s social engagement encompasses its support for the volunteer work performed by its employees and retirees as part of the “Make an Impact on Tomorrow” (MIT) Initiative, corporate and brand engagement, and international emergency aid. In these three areas, Henkel attaches importance to collaboration with our employees and retirees, with customers and consumers, and with charitable organizations.
Since 2011, Henkel has consolidated its social engagement – internationally known as corporate citizenship – under the umbrella of the Fritz Henkel Foundation. The establishment of this foundation underscores Henkel’s longstanding commitment to social involvement that goes beyond its business interests. The Foundation efficiently consolidates international emergency aid, global brand and corporate engagement, and activities across Germany.
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