16-Sep-2015 Düsseldorf / Germany
23 pages of social engagement
From providing a home to street children in Nepal, supporting a Mexican community with the installation of heaters and water tanks to helping disadvantaged students in Germany – social engagement at Henkel is diverse. This year’s Henkel magazine for social engagement, “Together,” highlights the company’s contribution to social progress and reports on the volunteer work of many employees and retirees.
In 2014, the volume of donations exceeded the 8-million-euro mark for the first time. Henkel supported a total of 2,265 aid projects, including many involving volunteer work of our employees and retirees. “I believe that the extraordinary engagement demonstrated by our employees and retirees is also a key element of our corporate culture,” says Kathrin Menges, Executive Vice President Human Resources, in her foreword. “Social engagement is highly regarded throughout Henkel and lives from the dedication and energy of our employees and retirees.”
Do you want to know more about Henkel’s social engagement or individual projects around the world? Download the 2015 issue of “Together” here.