Val du Geer
The Val du Geer is an Adapted Work Company which provides to working age people with disabilities the possibility of having an active social status. Founded in 1964, the Company has more than 240 workers supervised by experienced collaborators and is evolved since its creation towards a professional, competitive, and sustainable company. Since 2015, G-flex is working together with the VDG, integrating social work with the logistic chain’s challenges, adapting all the internal processes to be able to include the employees of the VDG in a safe, professional, and efficient environment. Together, we create opportunities for inclusion, continuous learning, and develop our daily work with great passion.
Founded in 2011, the project is placed in Nacavala Ville, region of Nampula, north of Mozambique. Nowadays, they serve more than 240 children, providing them elementary school, school tutoring, meals and educational activities, financed through donations. Furthermore, New Hope started, in 2019, a new program, called Casa Nutri. This program intends to combat child malnutrition, one of the biggest problems of the region, by providing prevention, treatment and support to children between 0 and 2 years and pregnant mothers framed within this situation. G-Flex Europe, with its Brazilian distributor, GFE do Brasil, are the main sponsors of this project of New Hope and provide this assistance for 50 children.
Years of individual struggle have caused a group of mothers to come together to help each other in the fight against childhood cancer. Thus, was born, in 1992, the APACC - Association of Parents and Friends of Children with Cancer and Hemopathies, which welcomes children undergoing treatment and their companions from all parts of Brazil and Latin America. In 2005, the institution moved to its new headquarter, where it continues today, and has undergone several renovations to receive and serve 112 people nowadays. Their values are solidified by solidarity, friendship, love, commitment, equality in relationships, humanization and hope. The support house offers free accommodation, meals and social assistance during the treatment of patients at the Centro Infantil Boldrini Hospital, Unicamp and others in the city of Campinas. On average, the House offers 19,000 accommodations, 48,000 meals and 2,000 transports to the hospital per year and still has a body of more than 100 active volunteers. To make guests feel at home and still maintain an active routine, Casa Ronald Campinas provides daily activities such as handicrafts, recreation, computers, and various celebrations, for patients and companions, in addition to promoting charity events in favor of cause. With our business partner in brazil – GFE do Brasil LTDA, we bring our support in time, dedication and financial support to this extraordinary project. [wpforms id="287"]