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Corporate Social Responsibility at EU Business School

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is undertaken by businesses to ensure a safer tomorrow. Here at EU Business School, we integrate CSR in a number of ways. Most importantly, we lead by example, incorporating CSR into our business strategy and educational philosophy. We are proud to play our part by incorporating sustainable thinking into our curricula; educating students about modern developments and actively contributing to exciting green projects and development initiatives. We help our students develop socially responsible mindsets, creating both conscientious and successful leaders for tomorrow's business world. Learn more about our corporate partnerships and CSR initiatives below.


Student Initiatives
 

Our students are involved in building and establishing initiatives during their studies at EU Business School.

Corporate Social Responsibility Students for Humans

Corporate Social Responsibility Paint the World




Our CSR Initiatives
 

We contribute to both global and local initiatives in each city with an EU campus in Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux and Munich.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility


Freude Herrscht
 

Freude Herrscht was set up by the friends and family of Mathias Ogi, son of former president of Switzerland Adolf Ogi, to celebrate Mathias’ thirst for life and perseverance to future generations.

Freude Herrscht is dedicated to lending financial support to various programs and events that promote a healthy degree of self-esteem and physical fitness in children.

Corporate Social Responsibility

The Kofi Annan Foundation

The Kofi Annan Foundation fosters political will to overcome threats to peace, development and human rights. The Foundation mobilizes those who are in a position to influence and bring leadership to the world’s most pressing problems.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Plant-for-the-Planet

Plant-for-the-Planet is a global movement that was started by a fourth grader with an ambitious goal: to fight the climate crisis by planting a trillion trees around the world by 2020.

A Helping Hand

We are working with local organizations to improve the infrastructure of Yirwal, a West African village, located in Burkina Faso, a landlocked country where French is an official language. Thus far, we have funded an ambulance, two flour mills and a water well. By improving the infrastructure of the village and empowering women entrepreneurs, we have improved village conditions for the community particularly for children. Easy access to water is improving attendance at the local school. Currently, we are planning a training center to prepare young people for work.

Ayuda en acción

Ayuda en Acción (Help in Action) is an organization that promotes over 120 programs that improve the living conditions of more than three million people in the most disadvantaged areas of our world.

McDonald’s Winderhile Foundation

McDonald’s Winderhile Foundation is a subsidiary of Ronald McDonald House Charities, an American independent nonprofit organization whose stated mission is to create, find, and support programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children.

Münchener Tafael

The Münchner Tafel e.V. (Munich Table) is a nonprofit organization that distributes food to people living in poverty at 27 delivery points and 107 social facilities in Munich’s city center.

El somni dels nens

The Fundació El Somni dels Nens (Children’s Dream Foundation) makes the dreams of children affected by cancer and other chronic illnesses come true to help them maintain a positive outlook during their treatment.

Marianne Strauβ Stiftung

The Marianne Strauß Foundation was established in 1984 by her children to continue her legacy in helping the elderly, disadvantaged and handicapped. Close cooperation with government agencies and other relief organizations enables the Marianne Strauß Foundation to help in cases that would otherwise exceed the financial capabilities of those affected.

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