At Cmotions we think it is important, in addition to commercial activities, to also be socially engaged. In order to make a positive contribution towards a better society now and in the future, we have launched the ”Who Cares?” programme. Through this programme, Cmotions is seeking to increase its impact on society in a positive way.
We work on the basis that it is intrinsically within people to do good. That’s why we do not see “Who Cares?” as a way to point the finger at things that are done wrong, but as a way to encourage people to do good. Participation is therefore never compulsory – but everyone is invited to participate in activities.
There are lots of fun, good and responsible activities at Cmotions. “Who cares?” can serve as a springboard for you to act on your own CSR ideas! To make it all a bit more streamlined, we have designated 4 focus areas, but we are also happy to think outside this framework.
In the period ahead, “Who Cares?” is going to focus on one of the essential elements of sustainability: the future. Activities will preferably be directly related to “education for the next generation”.
26 March 2019
The world of data aside, we think it is important to contribute to society as a... read more
20 March 2019
Together with thousands other organizations in the Netherlands, Oranje Fonds organized NLDOET on the 15th and... read more
19 November 2018
With the “Who cares?” programme, Cmotions strives to make a positive contribution towards a better society.... read more
12 July 2018
How can we in the ‘Who Cares?’ programme further increase our impact on society? I have... read more
3 July 2018
It’s a May morning at Nijmegen City Comprehensive School. There are 50 students, 7 laptops with... read more
15 March 2018
On Sunday 11 March 2018, eight of our colleagues took part in the 44th edition of... read more
18 January 2018
One of the main motivations for me to get involved with “Who Cares?” was the desire... read more
Do you have an idea or suggestion? We would love to hear it! We are always looking for new initiatives. Simply pass on your idea or suggestion using the form below or contact us directly by phone or e-mail. You can find our contact details at the bottom of this page.