We believe businesses should support society. The following is a list of socially beneficial projects that we believe in and we support financially.
If, as our customer, you feel you know of any social project that is worth supporting and that fits well into the Eichenhain.com values, let us know - we are happy to consider it (but please be mindful that the choice is up to us).
We try to donate once a month, sometimes, when this will not work we will donate later multiple times to cover for the lost times.
DSW's focus is on achieving universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Digitale Gesellschaft e.V. campaigns for civil rights and consumer protection in term of internet policy, such as against data retention and in support of net neutrality. Digitale Gesellschaft e.V. is related to Netzpolitik.org.
The organisation works to save old and endangered breeds of domesticated animals. Since its founding in 1981 no traditional breed has gone extinct.
There are lots of public or unowned fruit and nut trees and other crops out there. Mundraub.org wants to catalogue them all and protect our forgotten cultural landscape.
NABU`s main objectives are the preservation of habitats and biodiversity, the promotion of sustainability in agriculture, forest management and water supply and distribution, as well as to enhance the significance of nature conservation in our society. A list of projects including the natural reintroduction of wolves in Germany can be found here.
Netzpolitik.org is a journalistic platform for digital rights.
Wau Holland was a German journalist and computer activist. In 1981 he helped found the Chaos Computer Club. The Wau Holland Foundation is related to the Chaos Computer Club and is aimed at promoting and pursuing Wau's "unique freethinking in relation to freedom of communication and informational self-determination." A list of the foundation's projects can be found here.
Even if some Wikipedia administrators seem to enjoy their power too much, the project itself is outstanding.