social resposibility

Social
Responsibility



 
We believe that building a sustainable business means caring for our customers, caring for our staff and also caring about the wider world we live in and the people we share the world with. Our mission, to help secure people’s future, extends beyond our customers and our people. We have social responsibilities as individuals but also to be a good corporate citizen. To make a difference, to give something back, to support and empower others.
We foster integrity by being transparent and integrating Environmental & Social Governance into our core business.


 
We’re supporting a healthier planet through low-carbon investments, sustainable solutions and efficient operations.


 
We unlock solutions for a more inclusive society and a resilient future.




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Allianz Partners is extremely pro-active when it comes to corporate social responsibility. Allianz Care, the name you may be more familiar with, is the international health brand of Allianz Partners. Here’s just a flavour of some of the work we’ve been doing around the world:

We’re playing an active role in the fight against coronavirus, not only through the preventative measures that staff are taking by working from home, but also in the efforts we’re making as a responsible corporate citizen.

  • As well as caring for our own customers’ needs, our medical professionals have been working on the frontline, volunteering at local hospitals during their free time.
  • Our colleagues in Italy have created and donated €60,164 to a crowdfunding campaign to build a new hospital in Milan dedicated to the care of COVID-19 patients.
  • Several Business units donated money/raised funds for local charities.
  • We have created a digital COVID-19 symptom checker, open to all. While customers concerned about COVID-19 can contact our 24/7 medical advice line. Staffed by an experienced medical team who provides advice in English, German, French and Italian.
Dublin staff raised €3,400 for a number of Irish hospitals and foundations, supporting healthcare workers on the COVID-19 frontline, through a ‘formal Friday’ initiative. Staff dressed up in their formalwear and sent in photos of themselves doing day to day tasks such as mowing the lawn, or vacuuming.