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Humana People to People was established to combat poverty with communities around the world.
To reach this goal, Humana believes that cross-sectoral collaboration is absolutely essential. Working together with diverse partners who play an important role in the environment and global development, Humana constantly strives to forge new alliances to eradicate poverty.
There are numerous opportunities for new partners to collaborate with Humana to:
Law 07/22 on Waste and Contaminated Soil for a Circular Economy prevents the destruction of unsold surpluses of non-perishable products, including clothing and footwear.
Coronavirus pandemic and the consequent strict confinement and closure of commercial establishments during various phases of 2020 and 2021 has caused the accumulation of significant stocks of clothing, footwear and accessories.
The Destocka Program is designed and intended for organizations that want to dispose of their stocks in a responsible and efficient manner, within the framework of the Waste Law, also accessing important tax benefits. The goal is to make the most of them to turn them into a resource with a social purpose.
Corporate Volunteer Program (currently inactive as a result of the health crisis)
Humana is committed to corporate volunteering and its contribution to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda. At the Foundation, we consider corporate volunteering as a mobilization of the company's human capital in search of improving the environment in which operates and the relationship with its stakeholders, thus exercising a role of social leadership as a responsible company. It is basically the combination of the traditional concept of social volunteering with the company's relationship strategy with society. For this reason, we invite all our collaborating entities to be part of our 3C program with specific volunteer activities.