Bringing value to our customers has helped us grow, both as a company and as professionals. We like to share what we have earned. Not just by reinvesting one third of our revenue in new ways to serve our customers. Not just by letting employees join in the profits. But also by giving back to those who deserve a little push.
It’s in our company’s DNA to make people happy. Our charity program is based on the same philosophy. We want to support passionate non-profit organizations to make a difference where it matters. Helping them to create a lasting impact, all for a noble cause.
Charity comes from the heart. It starts from personal commitment. Every year, we invite all employees to submit a charity organization that means a lot to them. We then vote as a team on which projects to allocate our budget to.
A new year is the perfect time to make resolutions and work towards new goals and challenges. Sometimes professional, sometimes personal.
At the start of 2019, CEO Anita Van Looveren challenged our colleagues around the world to connect by running together for a good cause. OMP pledged €20 to charity for every 1 km run at a series of global event, including the Antwerp 10 Miles.
“2019 was the year of connection at OMP,” Anita explains. “That’s why, in addition to our yearly tradition of charity donations, we made a challenge that will bring us together in new ways, making personal connections across the company and having fun at the same time. Over the year, we raised an amazing €42,550 for charity by running a staggering 2,127 km. Or to put that distance into perspective – that’s all the way from our Head Office in Wommelgem (Antwerp) to our newest office in Barcelona, and back again! Thank you to all the runners and supporters who made this challenge such a success ”
With the OMP Running Challenge, we want to raise money and awareness for missing and exploited children around the world.
Also known as the European Center for Missing and Sexually Exploited Children, Child Focus finds missing, abducted and runaway children and helps sexually abused and exploited children. Additionally, the organization runs projects like Clicksafe, a prevention platform that educates children and young people about safe and responsible internet use.More information
Project Magic is a program designed to teach people with a social, physical or psychological disadvantage to do magic. It is mainly used to practise certain motor skills and for improving the children’s self esteem.More information
Adoptie Sri Lanka is a Belgian non-profit organization with several projects running in Sri Lanka, e.g. supplying glasses for the population, the financial adoption of a child, ...More information
Day care center (DVC) De Toren offers people with young dementia targeted care in a safe environment. Users can request the necessary care or participate in activities.More information
AVSI is a non-profit organization which carries out development cooperation and humanitarian aid projects throughout the world.More information