In our view, investment is not only about the money, and it’s this principle which guides us also in our charitable and support activities. We do much more than just provide financial injections. We actively participate in projects and try to use our standing in a positive way, while at the same time supporting socially beneficial activities and helping those who need it. We feel that returning some of our earnings to the society we both live and do business in is the right thing to do.
Do you know of a problem in line with our values that we can help with? Let us know at email@example.com.
We currently support
We are a long-standing partner of Czech Top 100’s ranking system which assesses the 100 most important companies in the Czech Republic. It is the oldest project of evaluation and awards in the Czech business world. Czech Top 100 has been mapping various aspects of businesses on the Czech market for over a quarter of a century.
The society organises numerous events throughout the year, such as: Czech Top 100 Golf Trophy by Apogeo, Gala Evening with Awards Ceremony of the 100 most important companies of the Czech Republic, “Czech Brand” award, and the Management Excellence Award.
We have been the main partner of the Czech Ski Federation for many years. It is the oldest national skiers’ federation in the world, having been founded as early as 1903 in the mountain town of Jablonec nad Nisou. We also support the Czech national team skier Kryštof Krýzl and the awards ceremony for the year’s best Czech skier or snowboarder King of the White Track.
We have also supported the documentary film The Sailor from Toxpro production. It follows an emotional story of a man who carved out his own course through life. Paul Johnson has lived for years on his boat in the south-east of the Caribbean islands. However, continuation of his lifestyle is hampered by both his age and the state of his boat, all while the hurricane season is fast approaching. Will the hero find his way out from this difficult situation?
We also support:
Forbes Gala 8 – general partnership
We are general partners of the upcoming Gala Evening by Forbes magazine which will feature a charitable auction. The final sum collected will support five non-profit projects and help improve the Czech Republic.
Liberální Institute – general partnership
We support non-profit projects which strive to change the world for the better, just as we do. One of them is the Liberal Institute, the country’s oldest think tank, which promotes the ideas of both political and economic freedom.
We support the United movement dance studio and their dance troupe JRA2 on their way to the World Championships from their South Bohemian hometown of Veselí nad Lužnicí. The dancers’ hard work earned them a place at the Championships in Croatian Poreč where they, in addition to many other achievements, became world champions in 6 disciplines.
It is also our honour to help the following projects::
Following the footsteps of the US-based Foundation for a Civil Society, this foundation has been developing Czech philanthropy since 1997. Its goal is that giving, philanthropy, generosity and caring for others become ordinary components of Czech citizens’ lives. They support those who improve their world for the better, directly echoing Natland’s official vision by investing to change our world for the better.
The Drop of Hope Fund helps to save lives of children with blood diseases, with tumors, or whose treatment requires a bone marrow transplant. They upgrade equipment in Czech hospitals, contribute to improving the mood of both children in treatment as well as of their parents, and also significantly support research projects.
This foundation is an independent organisation helping children suffering from abuse, a mental or physical handicap, abandonment, and more generally children who are in difficult situations. They also offer free legal advice, run educational campaigns, and campaign for legislative changes towards the better protection of children.
The society started in 1992 among the ranks of war correspondents and journalists for whom it was not enough to merely report information about wars. They also started to provide direct help to areas affected by conflict. Today they are one of the largest non-profit humanitarian organisations in Central Europe. They help in crisis locations and support human rights around the world.