We at the Cloud Consulting Group firmly believe that companies can make an important contribution to the common good. In our work, we value mutual appreciation, equal treatment, equal pay, continued training and genuine social responsibility. That is why, alongside our own projects, we are cooperating with various non-profit organisations, both nationally and internationally, to contribute to the common good on step at a time.
Together we can help refugees to find a job, integrate into their company and give themselves and their families an opportunity for a new, worry-free life. We can offer socially disadvantaged children and families the opportunity to be more productive and get help where it is needed. And we can help people from poorer countries earn a living and prevent disease. Because everyone deserves a chance.
|Perspectives for refugees||Support for the community||In-house training of refugees||Offering refugees a perspective|
|Promoting democracy||Support for socially disadvantaged children||Education||Giving children a future|
|Clean oceans||Fighting the causes of migration and flight||Health||Animal protection||Sustainable tree planting|
What exactly does Actions Speak Louder than Words mean for these projects? We donate about 10% of our net profit from the previous year by distributing the amount equally among all these charitable projects on a monthly basis. This allows each organisation to leverage the money for its individual challenges and realise its mission, month after month and year after year.
Refugees need help finding a job; Jobs4refugees has made this help its mission. The organisation establishes contacts between employers and refugees and offers assistance with overcoming cultural and formal barriers. Refugees are provided with support as part of workshops and application training. Jobs4refugees motivates employees and shows them how to succeed in job interviews and prepare a C.V. They also help the refugees find suitable jobs to enable them to lead a normal life in Germany.Learn more
Kriegkstr12 has stood for understanding and organising social coexistence together for one and a half years now. The voluntary association works together with the AWO Frankfurt Youth Foundation on various projects to prevent the division of society and promote mutually beneficial social coexistence. Their projects include jam sessions, joint film evenings and excursions, as well as a catering service and clothing donations for the homeless. The special thing about this volunteer work is that every project idea is welcome and can be realised jointly. Because it is only by working together that these goals can be achieved and the idea behind them disseminated.Learn more
Integration works best in conjunction with language skills and work. We have made it our mission to offer one refugee a permanent position every year and train him or her as a salesforce administrator, consultant or developer. With success! Ahmed has been with us since June 2017 and is a multiple-certified salesforce developer. Rami started with us in October 2018 and is already a certified salesforce administrator. Both employees have become an important part of our company, leveraging their knowledge and commitment to provide our customers with support in various projects.
Gegen Vergessen – Für Demokratie e.V. has been combining historical remembrance work with a concrete commitment to democracy since 1993. The association investigates National Socialist crimes and various forms of political extremism, offers those seeking advice help in dealing with right-wing extremism and assists educators with historical and political education. The association aims to show that it is worth contributing to society while taking part in the debates about a common European identity and culture of remembrance.Learn more
Promoting talent, facilitating education and providing opportunities. The children’s project die Arche has been committed to helping children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds for many years. Die Arche conducts a variety of courses that teach children and their families about reliable daily structures, appreciation, self-esteem, educational skills, integration and a healthy lifestyle. Homework supervision and various educational programmes also encourage and challenge children in order to unleash their potential and empower them for real life. Die Arche arranges various leisure activities and holiday camps in order to also empower children in the company of their peers.Learn more
All children and adolescents should be given equal opportunities for a professional future and personal development. Comprehensive reading skills are an essential prerequisite for personal and social development, as well as success in professional life. That is why Stiftung Lesen is committed to ensuring that reading, and above all the joy of it, becomes part of every child’s and adolescent’s experience. To this end, the foundation conducts reading promotion programmes, campaigns and research projects throughout Germany. Reading literacy is not only important for each individual, but also for society as a whole. The foundation aims to reach not only children but also parents, educators, teachers and other important multipliers through the programme. Learn more
The Ocean Cleanup is a non-profit project dedicated to cleaning up the oceans. Using a self-constructed waste collection system, The Ocean Cleanup plans to first free the North Pacific Gyre and later the entire ocean of plastic waste and give marine mammals a safe home again. The idea behind the large-scale project is to use the so-called marine vacuum cleaner to suck up half of the plastic waste that has accumulated in the Pacific within 5 years, without nets or high speeds in order to avoid endangering marine animals. The extracted material is to be sorted and recycled on land and later used to manufacture new products.Learn more
The non-profit organisation kiva enables people from all over the world to support small businesses in developing countries with microloans, in order to help them and their families get out of the poverty trap and lay the foundation for a self-sufficient life. Microloans allow everyone to use their money to do good for others. The microloans can be paid out again or invested in other projects. Not only do transparent loans help those in need, you also know where the money is coming from and what is being done with it. They also encourage contact between people, thus leading to the development of a worldwide network.Learn more
Nobody should have to live with a disability if it is possible to prevent it. The Christoffel-Blindenmission, CBM, is an international development organisation that helps people with disabilities. The organisation is committed, in projects all over the world, to permanently improving the lives of people with disabilities and eye diseases in developing countries. The CBM aims to break the cycle of poverty and disability in poorer countries while improving quality of life and promoting equal opportunities for people with disabilities.Learn more
SOS Children’s Village is one of the large support associations in the globally active umbrella organisation SOS Children’s Village International. Its mission is to offer children a safe home and a hopeful future. The non-profit organisation creates a family environment for children whose parents cannot take care of them. SOS Children’s Village also leverages care, counselling and support to offer children, adolescents and families in difficult circumstances the opportunity to lead a self-determined life. By establishing training and employment centres for socially disadvantaged young people and people with disabilities, the organisation is laying the foundation for a more hopeful future.Learn more
Nature conservation concerns all of us. That is why the WWF has been working for more than 50 years worldwide in over 100 countries to protect nature and the biological diversity of our planet. The organisation is committed to stopping the worldwide destruction of nature and the environment, and creating a future in which people and the rest of the natural world live together in harmony so that the next generation will also be able to experience, discover and enjoy the diversity of our planet. The WWF has already successfully implemented more than 13,000 projects since its establishment, demonstrating that it is not only necessary but also possible to protect nature.Learn more
The student initiative was founded by 9-year-old Felix in 2007 and quickly developed into a global movement with the goal of planting trees around the world to counteract global warming. “Reaching goals together and securing our future.” Plant for the Planet is animated by children around the world - an initiative by children for children. Together with people from all over the world, they aim to plant 1,000 billion trees worldwide. These trees can bind a quarter of the annual man-made CO2 emissions and thus ensure a better climate.Learn more