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SOCIAL AWARENESS

At TWINCO Solution ApS we view ourselves as active members of society. We see social responsibility as a natural aspect of running a business. We want to promote sustainability and responsible development and strive to make a positive difference.

 

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In 2015, beside the supports of Children’s Welfare and SOS Children’s Villages, we also support a local project in Denmark throughFMKB – Families of Children With Cancer. FMKB holds a number of professional, social and recreational activities for the families who has children and young people with cancer, and work for improvements in the treatment. FMKB helps to secure funding for research on cancer related to children and young people, and work to prevent the consequences of both cancer diseases as treatment.

 

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Children’s Welfare - Denmark

The financial aid supports two important activities: A helpline for children and young people, and counselling and support for children in grief support groups who have lost a parent or sibling. The children’s helpline currently has about 200 voluntary counsellors talking to about 13,000 children and young people a year. The counsellors are adults with professional qualifications who are trained in talking to children experiencing difficulties. The conversations range from “small” problems to conversations about loneliness, neglect, substance abuse problems and contemplating suicide. Children’s Welfare in Denmark currently has nine conversation groups throughout Denmark for children dealing with grief. The children are met by professional counsellors who help them to get on with their lives despite their great loss. Learn more about both activities and Children’s Welfare in Denmark on: "http://www.bornsvilkar.dk/"

 

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SOS Children’s Villages – International

is an independent, international NGO development organisation that works to improve children’s rights and living conditions. The organisation was founded in Austria in 1949 by Hermann Gmeiner. SOS Children’s Villages has been nominated for Nobel Peace Prizes on several occasions and in 2002 received the Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Award. SOS Children’s Villages are located in 132 countries and encompass more than 1,800 projects: SOS Children’s Villages, schools, nursery schools, social centres, medical clinics and humanitarian relief programmes help more than 1 million people. Since 1964, the organisation has had a Danish branch with about 100,000 contributors and more than 20,000 sponsors. Read more at www.sosboernebyerne.dk