Children playing

Young minds. Big changes.

We proudly presents Azets 4 Kids, our brand new Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiative.

Azets 4 kids supports kids with the tools and resources they need to create a brighter future for planet Earth

Kids are the foundation for Azets 4 Kids. They are the future and they deserve to be taken seriously. However, they are the ones who will be facing the devastating consequences of climate change and environmental degradation. 

These are some of the key reasons that we have built Azets 4 Kids upon three pillars: 

  • Helping kids
  • Helping the fragile environment 
  • Enabling more and better education 



Our way of being a responsible company

Azets 4 Kids is our way of truly taking corporate social responsibility. With Azets 4 Kids, we will be able to make a difference and have a positive impact on society!

How Azets 4 Kids is contributing

As a large company operating in nine European countries and with more than 7,000 employees, Azets wanted to find their own way of becoming a truly responsible company.

Following an intense period of meetings, idea-sharing sessions and motivated discussions, Azets 4 Kids saw the light of day: A new ESG initiative tailored to Azets and the modern world, supporting kids with tools and resources they need to create a brighter future for planet Earth.

Now employees across the organisation are engaged in several projects. Below you see some examples:

On June 8th 2022 Azets organised a pan-European Plastic Pick-up Day with the employees to mark UN World Ocean Day.

In Denmark Azets contribute to De Danske Hospitalsklovne (The Danish Hospital Clowns) with donations and charity events.




For Christmas 2021 Azets donated funds to the World Childhood Foundation in Sweden, the Red Cross’ Family Group for Children of Convicts in Norway, the Sekasin chat in Finland, The Hospital Clowns in Denmark and The Orlat Foster Care in Romania.

In Orlat, Romania, Azets is offering presents to the children in a foster care home.

Azets in the UK has run a fundraiser challenge for The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation with the whole organisation contributing.