Social program 

Eurohome feels very commited to the society we live in. This commitment is inspired by our philosophy and manifests itself in the various sponsoring activities in which we are involved.

In the fight against cancer, both patients and their loved ones feel a huge sense of helplessness. Cancer is everywhere. Fighting it seems pointless. Forty percent of people in the western world develop cancer. Everyone involved has firsthand experience of how dramatically their lives are affected and how destructive this disease can be. ven2-4cancer was created with the aim of empowering people to convert the sense of powerlessness, caused by cancer, into strength. We achieve this by motivating as many people as possible to constantly challenge and expand their boundaries.

Our motto is “Never, ever quit!”

In memory of those who died too young of cancer and to inspire those who are fighting it.

The Voerman Foundation
The Voerman Group has its own foundation, which was created to support special human projects. The Foundation has helped with the development of a school in Tanzania but also supported and guided people in social distress.

KICI is the largest independent charity collecting used clothes in the Netherlands which has been making a tremendous effort since 1975 to reuse discarded textile and footwear on a professional basis. After sorting, used clothes that are still fit to wear are marketed outside Europe or given to thrift shops or domestic food banks. Used clothes and other donated textiles that are not fit to wear, are given a second life as rags or insulation blankets. Textiles that are not fit for anything are pulped and recycled. The pulped product is used to produce new products like jeans, emergency blankets or environmentally-friendly insulation materials used to insulate buildings.

Downside Up
Downside Up, a Russian non-profit organization, provides support and advice for families raising children with Down’s syndrome, develops innovative training for children and support methods for parents, disseminates knowledge and experience among Russian professionals, and works towards raising public awareness about Down’s syndrome with the aim of changing attitudes. Downside Up provides all its programs free of charge.

We have started a toy project with the Dorcas foundation on the same basis as our partnership with KICI. We ask our clients for toys that are no longer used, not in order to throw them away but to give to our movers. We ensure that these toys end up in various children’s institutions in Eastern Europe supported by Dorcas.

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