• ENABLING THE YOUNG
    through quality education

  • ENABLING THE YOUNG
    to have fun & perform

  • ENABLING THE YOUNG
    to combat inequality

Young people are our future and we want to be a part of giving coming generations the best starting point possible and the ability to grow and prosper into educated, healthy and valuable individuals. This we why Data Respons have set up a fund called Enabling the Young. The fund will support a wide range of efforts where young people benefit, and we seek worthy causes were we feel assured that the support given will go more or less directly to the cause with very few administrative expenses.

 

“It is important for Data Respons to enable young people to have the best opportunities to grow and prosper!”

Kenneth Ragnvaldsen, CEO Data Respons

    

Photo by Lars EA Hedlund

Enabling the Young through Chess

Data Respons has, fourth year running, signed an agreement for supporting the international chess championship, Stockholm Chess Challenge for young talents.

Enabling street children in Nepal

Data Respons support The Society for Street Children in Nepal, a non-profit fund-raising organisation working for the provision of permanent accommodation for street children or those who risk becoming street children in Nepal.

On Own Feet

Since 1998 Data Respons has cooperated with the humanitarian organisation “On Own Feet”, which works with children in war-torn countries.

Scolarship programme

Our company MicroDoc supports students with a scholarship program during bachelor or master studies through I.C.S. (International Co-operative Studies)

Running together against hunger and hardship

Every year our employees at Ingolstadt-based EPOS CAT contributes to the United Nations Children’s Fund by participating at the Unicef Company Charity Run! As bonus to the donations made, this activity also brings the team together, as well as achieving good health!

Enabling child mobility in Leipzig

Data Repons company ITSonix support the project “Total Garden” where the kindergarden Kita Am Kirschgarden rehabilitated their out doors areas to motivate children to be more active during the day.