Cooperation according to DNA's values and brand

Our charity targets are naturally linked to DNA's business operations, values and brand. Our goal is to consider carefully and request that our cooperation partners act responsibly. We aim at long-term and successful cooperation with our selected targets.

SOS Children's Village and DNA continue their partnership

DNA will remain one of the main partners of SOS Children's Village, supporting it financially and providing data communication connections for its premises. Support is being directed at child welfare and youth work in particular. DNA employees have been offered the option of volunteering from the very start. This will not change.

DNA Business Challenge

A fun goal-shooting game where corporate customers compete for the title of Regional Goal Champion, hosted by regional sales, and donate money to charity.

Participation in the Media Literacy Week

DNA is involved in a cooperation to organise the national Media Literacy Week that is held every year. The Media Literacy Week is coordinated by the Media Literacy School. The Media Literacy School is an office under the Ministry of Education and Culture that has a statutory task to promote media education, children's media literacy and the development of a safe media environment for children in cooperation with associations of the industry.

Valtti: Grants for continuing a soccer hobby

As a company, DNA wishes to be involved in supporting the well-being of children and the youth. Through cooperation with the soccer club Valtti, we support the opportunities of children of limited means for continuing a hobby that is dear to their heart.

Oxygen for Lake Vesijärvi

DNA is one of the main partners of the Lake Vesijärvi Foundation that supports the restoring and oxidising of Lake Vesijärvi. In addition to financial support, DNA has opened a donation telephone number for the Lake Vesijärvi Foundation.

DNA's electric Christmas card

Instead of giving Christmas gifts, we supported the child protection work of SOS Children's Village and raised awareness of its work. In addition, at Christmas 2014, DNA distributed a donation of EUR 10,000 between three charities that included the Baltic Sea Action Group (BSAG), the Proud Age movement that supports active old age, and the Federation of Mother and Child Homes and Shelters that offers protection for children and families.