Support Plan by committing time or resources
We really appreciate your support in the form of time or resources for our activities and events in the Netherlands. You can take action, for example, by participating in a sponsored run, promoting your cooperation with us through your communication channels, or deploying your employees to work for Plan. Whatever commitment you make, we welcome it! You can draw inspiration from these examples.
Petersburg Consultants ran for Plan to mark their anniversary
Team Petersburg Sportief marked their 20th anniversary by joining the Bridge-to-Bridge sponsored run in Arnhem. They raised € 1160 for the Plan International Netherlands girls’ fund, with employees and their families walking together along the 10 km route. Director Anja Vijselaar says: “We opted for a Plan International Netherlands project that supports African girls by, for example, providing them with Little Sun solar-powered lights. We wanted to show our social commitment.”
Language Institute increases Plan’s reach
The Netherlands Language Institute sponsors children in communities where we ensure healthy food, clean drinking water, accessible and good education, and publicizes our work on its website and social media. It also gives discounts on language training for employees of Plan International Netherlands. By working together we are creating a better world for children and young adults.
We are happy to support the activities of Plan International Netherlands. We help to improve the living conditions of children in developing countries by contributing to the financing of their education and supporting projects in education.
Simac, child sponsor for over 30 years
For Eric van Schagen, CEO of Simac, corporate social responsibility truly matters. Simac encourages employees to make a small monthly contribution to Plan International through a deduction from their salary. By bringing together these contributions, Simac has been sponsoring children for over 30 years. Simac currently sponsors 14 children. Do you want to become a child sponsor?