Social Responsibility

Pride in Mentorship and Social Responsibility

Our company culture is grounded in a commitment to issues that impact children everywhere. From relieving distress in a crisis, to fostering understanding on a local level or promoting animal welfare, Helen Doron Educational Group takes a proactive role. We’re very proud of our social programs and have won three global awards for our role in mentorship.

We care about our local and global communities. It’s in our DNA!

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Young Heroes Campaigns

A yearly “Young Heroes” campaign focuses on empowering children to influence their communities, each one concentrating on one or more of the company’s core values. The generous winners’ prizes are donated to non-profit organisations related to the specific value promoted. Topics such as: helping solve a local concern in a community, promoting literacy and encouraging kids to be active and stay physically fit, are worked on together by students, teachers, parents and franchisees in local learning centres or on a national level. Many of these projects have long-term effects and are ongoing long after the campaign is over.
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Supporting NGOs

Helen emphasizes the importance of helping those in need whenever she is interviewed for television, radio, or newspapers. This aspect holds great significance for the Helen Doron Group. The group’s belief system places more emphasis on ethical benefits rather than promotional ones, and charitable efforts are considered a vital part of their overall mission. The Helen Doron Group is committed to promoting equality for minorities, animals, and all living beings. This commitment is reflected in the company cafeteria, where only vegan food is served.

Furthermore, the group actively supports various Animal Rescue Organizations that specialize in saving injured, abandoned, or neglected pets. They are dedicated to alleviating animal suffering and sponsoring programs to achieve this goal. Ms Doron sets an example by bringing her dogs to work, and she encourages employees to do the same.

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