We belive that every company is responsibile to give back to the society. Since Nores Plastic Ltd. is active worldwide, we feel it is only fair that our good deeds know no borders. Through the years we have been actively engaged in supporting our wider society using a variety of channels.
"Donating to charity is the perfect opportunity to make a difference in the world. By making a difference to someone's life, you are leaving behind a legacy. You are making a statement that your life was worthwhile because you made a contribution to society."
Lastefond - Children's Fund
Nores Plastic Ltd. is committed to contributing to the improvement of childrens' treatment conditions in Estonia. Therefore we have been supporting for several years the University of Tartu Hospital Children's Fund. Our positive role model has not gone unnoticed even by our foreign business partners - in 2006 and 2012 the Children's Fund received a significant contribution from our Chinese customers.
In 2016 our support contributes to helping three young people with a very rare genetic disease called oligodontia. With this gene flaw after a child looses its milk teeth, majority of permanent teeth will never develop. With this disease the only cure are dental implants and together with a couple of other companies we have covered a part of their treatment costs.
INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS
The ICRC is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence. It takes action in response to emergencies and at the same time promotes respect for international humanitarian law and its implementation in national law.
Donation for 2008 earthquake victims in Sichuan, China
In 2008 a terrible earthquake disaster shook China and the whole world. As we have long-term benefits from doing business with China therefore we felt the need to help our Chinese brothers in hard times. Through the Estonian Red Cross Nores Plastic Ltd. has sent its own contribution to support the earthquake victims.
Donation for 2010 alumina sludge disaster victims in Hungary
In October 2010 the small town of Devecser in Hungary was hit by an unprecedented environmental disaster. Toxic alumina sludge that escaped from a factory has flooded an area of 40 square kilometers. The mud was described as slightly radioactive and containing heavy metals and it has destroyed several villages. The disaster relief could take years and maybe even then life will not be the same in the region any more. With the assistance of Estonian Red Cross, Nores Plastic Ltd. has decided to support the Hungarian Red Cross in helping the disaster-stricken civilians.
"Education serves as the means to bring about the desired change in society, to develop a generation of virtuous individuals and thus contribute to the development of good human beings. Education also helps bring awareness to economic growth, environmental issues and sustainability."
AIESEC is an international non-governmental not-for-profit organization that provides young people with leadership development and cross-cultural global internship and volunteer exchange experiences across the globe, with a focus to empower young people so they can make a positive impact on society. The AIESEC network includes approximately 70,000 members in 126 countries and territories. It is the largest youth-run organization in the world.
2015 and 2013 - Sponsored AIESEC "Youthpreneur" international project to deliver interactive workshops prepared by foreign volunteer students for high-schools in Estonia
2011 - Sponsored AIESEC "Be Successful" program in Estonia to promote entrepreneurship among high school students
Youth For Understanding Estonia
YFU is an international educational exchange organization. A network of over 50 independent national organizations worldwide, YFU representatives work together to advance learning across cultures.
2011 - Supported Merle Luuk's participation in the student exchange program to study one year in Austria organized by YFU Estonia
"We believe it is very important to support artists who unlike the business world are not chasing profit but inspiration. They remind us that sky is the limit in art, in life and in business too."
In 2011 we contributed to support an Estonian cinema student Kris Haamer in making his movie project about Sao Tome & Principe Island's young artists efforts toward success.
In 2003 we contributed to display the works of the Estonian artist Ly Lestberg and her students from the Estonian Art Academy's graphics department in the Viinistu Art Museum.
Ly Lestberg "Elysion" (2003)