Social and ecological responsibility is an essential part of our corporate culture. Every year, the MAN Group donates over €1 million to non-profit projects. However, personal commitment is just as important. For example, when it comes to the integration of refugees, nothing is more valuable than communication and personal contact.
Partnership with SOS Children’s Villages
MAN employees should have the opportunity to become involved in the Company's not-for-profit activities and to make their own contribution. This is why we have created the employee volunteering initiative together with our long-standing partner SOS Children’s Villages. It is designed to create a new awareness of topics that are important to us and to build bridges within society. MAN can look back on a number of previous collaborations with SOS Children’s Villages: for example, MAN supports the education program that was established by SOS Children’s Villages in Ethiopia and takes part in providing emergency assistance to crisis zones, as was the case in Japan after the 2011 earthquake. Now, we also want to motivate our employees to get involved, thereby making the idea of social responsibility a more tangible concept and truly bringing it to life.
Global CR projects
Through various global projects, MAN shows its commitment to society, employees, and the environment. The diversity of our CR projects reflects our business areas and how international our presence is on the one hand, but on the other hand also the various causes that our employees are committed to. Some of these projects develop from our core business, while others started as spontaneous relief campaigns. The following link will take you to a list of current projects that MAN employees can get involved in. The list is continuously updated.
Projects starting in September 2018: MAN is looking for colleagues – including junior managers – to join the educational coaching program offered by the childcare agency Dominik-Brunner-Haus der Johanniter in Ramersdorf, where they will have the opportunity to pass on their experience and knowledge to young adults as committed mentors at the Johanniter Center for children and young adults.