Alpro Social Fund: Communal sustainability after work

Through the Alpro Social Fund, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation, we support internal and external projects for a better society, projects in which Alpro staff and their families are involved.

As well as the projects selected and approved by the Fund Management, all our staff can also make a formal application to the Fund for a project with which they're closely involved. As well as the selection committee, all our employees can vote for them. We are very proud of the way in which our staff are also giving their free time after work for a better world.

You can follow the approved projects via this website and see the results.

Reddingsorganisatie Vlaanderen – training SAR teams Rebecca van Hove € 5.000
KOC Sint-Gregorius Gentbrugge – Gregorius on the move Stephanie De Vriese € 4.000
Therapeutic farm Suskewiet Zwalm – handy, creative Suskewieters Jan Van Cauwenberghe € 1.388
De Branding – purchase of a weighted blanket Hannelore Coussement € 675
Arne Bacelle Alpro Product Donation
Arne Bacelle Alpro Product Donation
Arne Bacelle Alpro Product Donation

The Alpro Social Fund's own selection

1. Malnutrition matters

Malnutrition Matters is a Canadian-registered, non-profit organization, dedicated to providing sustainable low cost food technology solutions for malnutrition, primarily by using soya, but also cereals, grains, fruits and vegetables.

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2. United Fund for Belgium

De Habbekrats VZW offers disadvantaged young people, aged between 10 and 21 years old, the opportunity to spend high quality free time in friendly, easy-access meeting places where they can enjoy a healthy meal. The VZW also teaches them values, standards and social skills through various training courses.

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3. Child Focus Run

Child Focus provides free assistance in case of the disappearance and sexual exploitation of children. Child Focus Run is a fundraising running event that gives the organization visibility and the necessary financial support to continue to provide their social role free of charge.

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