Hemmersbach Drel

Our Direct Action

As a company first of all, we have a responsibility for society and the world. At Hemmersbach our work contributes to more than just making other people rich. We work hard to make the world a better place.

At Hemmersbach we care. We believe in our social responsibility and get involved. This is Direct Action. This is Hemmersbach. 

Our purpose is fighting injustice where authorities fail. We do this with Direct Action, without donations but self-financing and the commitment of our own colleagues. We are committed to donating 20% of our annual profits to our Direct Action projects. For the good cause and where it is needed directly.

We run two Direct Action projects: Hemmersbach Rhino Force in South Africa and Zimbabwe and Hemmersbach Kids' Family in India and Poland.

Hemmersbach Rhino Force

Rhino Force is a Direct Action conservation organization protecting one of the most endangered species on earth – rhinos. 

We have a three steps approach:

  • Our elite troops protect rhinos and other wildlife from poachers in Southern Africa
  • We preserve rhino genes in our own biobank Cryovault, to protect African rhinos from extinction
  • We support local rural communities and offer them jobs and other alternatives to poaching

Every year 100 Hemmersbach colleagues from all over the world visit our projects in Southern Africa and experience how our work makes a difference there.

Hemmersbach Kids' family

We take care of children that grow up without their parents in Poland and India. We don’t just give them shelters. We turn their shelters into homes. 

We improve their living conditions and equip their children homes with heaters, laundry machines and computers. We give them both access to psychological care and better education to prepare them for a bright adulthood.

By the end of 2020, we will increase the number of kids we take care of in Poland up to 2,500. By 2021, we are going to be the largest organization taking care of children’s homes there.

Furthermore, we will build a village in India in the upcoming year. It will be home and school for over 300 street kids that have nothing or nobody to live safely with.

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