A place of help and hope. Collective action was needed to guarantee a fast and effective way to help refugees fleeing the war. Biedronka teamed with its partners to ensure that those in need were receiving proper assistance.
The world was moved by Poland’s hospitality with Ukrainian refugees. Perhaps, for Poles, the war may be another form of Russian imperialism, but the fact is that this same war has dissipated differences and rekindled the Polish spirit of Solidarność (Solidarity).
United by the desire to add value to Mozambique and be a source of inspiration for others, five young Mozambican women crossed paths at the Girl Move Academy. Jerónimo Martins is a part of this innovative project, which has already been awarded a UNESCO prize.
Launched by Pingo Doce, the Bairro Feliz project is aimed at contributing towards happier communities by supporting the locals’ causes. Filipa Pimentel, Sustainable Development and Local Impact Director of Pingo Doce, shares some happy stories that resulted from the project.
Set up in 2001, Szlachetna Paczka (the Noble Gift) is one of the most recognizable social projects in Poland. Arkadiusz Mierzwa, Corporate Communications and Sustainability Director of Biedronka, recounts the story of their partnership and its impact on the future of families in need.
Malnutrition is one of Colombia’s most serious public health challenges. Spearheaded by Ara, the Misión Nutrición programme emerged with the aim to contribute to a better nourished country. Andrea Jimeno, Corporate Communications Director at Ara, tells how the project is changing that reality.
The Biedronka Foundation was launched in April 2020 with the mission of helping elderly people live better, healthier and longer lives. Lives worth living. The Foundation’s President, Katarzyna Scheer, expands on the values, concerns and goals of its work with Polish seniors.
In an interview to FEED, the President of the Portuguese Red Cross analyses the support provided to the city of Beira. For Francisco George, it can’t be a one-off thing and the focus must now be on healthcare consolidation.
Fátima Loureiro, from Jerónimo Martins, and Henrique Soares dos Santos, from Francisco Manuel dos Santos Society, were aboard the aircraft provided by the Group. They registered their impressions on their visit in this logbook and shared it with FEED.
The Mezze restaurant is a project from “Pão a Pão”, a non-profit organization created by three Portuguese and one college student from Syria to help refugees. Its launch was supported by the Jerónimo Martins group, through the Recheio cash&carry.
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