Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) company policy is based on four pillars: Education and culture, Integration and social work, Climate protection and conservation and Humanitarian aid.
Striving to make a difference to the local communities where we operate, we invest in actions and projects meant to produce lasting effects in these areas.
CSR Programs sponsored by DB Schenker Romania in 2017:
“We Plant Good Deeds in Romania” is volunteer program in Romania. The initiative is scheduled to run for a period of five to seven years at a national level and its main objectives are to report illegal deforestation, to organize tree plantings on public land that is not currently included in the forest fund, to monitor the plantings and to perform maintenance activities.
Through the association 60 high school students participate in a personal and professional development project that combines interactive workshops, company visits, formal and non-formal education. Unde the guidance of a mentor, The Exceptionals will plan and implement individual projects that will make a difference in their own communities. These projects have the opportunity to become self-sustaining and the potential to turn into social businesses.
Through the project, 10 young people with disabilities will participate alongside DB Schenker employees in different activities like physical education, cooking and handicrafting., learning what it means to be healthy, what are the risks to which they can expose through a wrong diet and what they can do to have a better health.
The objective of the project is to provide support to children with disabilities and their families, through recovery and education programs through specific therapies and educational activities, within a post-school program that will facilitate the integration of children in the public school system.
The project aims to increase social inclusion for 35 children from poor families in District 6, who will benefit from inclusive socio-educational programs for a period of two years. 15 of them, diagnosed with psychomotor disabilities, will be integrated into the Therapeutic Recovery Program - Psychotherapy based on Behavioral Analysis and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Logopaedics and Physiotherapy.
The project proposes the repair and use of 2 electric cargo bikes to collect at least 80,000 kg of recyclable waste per year from at least 20,000 beneficiaries in districts 1 and 2 in Bucharest, developing a viable system of selective waste collection with ecological impact .
The project will have as beneficiaries 30 children with neuro-psycho-motor disabilities, who will benefit from cognitive stimulation, sensory stimulation, ludo therapy and social recovery services at the organization's recovery center.
Through the project, a minimum of 35 children (0-12 years old) with disabilities and development delays will participate each month in recovery sessions, emotional therapy through relaxation and music, and once a month in socializing activities.
The project aims to reduce the dropout rate in schools among 60 children in difficulty, from two disadvantaged areas in Iasi (Cantemir area and Ses Bahlui area), by providing psycho-socio-educational services within two Educational Centers.
The project aims to respond adequately to the specific psychological needs of over 200 children admitted to the oncology department in Iasi, by offering a multidisciplinary psychosocial intervention program that complements the medical act.
The association is building a house for a family of 6 persons, a father and five children, who were left homeless after a fire.