15. Jul. 2022
The Grundfos Foundation has approved new Community Engagement Grants worth EUR 605,000 to support local projects across Denmark, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda.

Nine new Grundfos Foundation Community Engagement Grants were awarded in June to support local communities worldwide. The majority of the grants will benefit underprivileged communities on the African continent.

Thus far in 2022, grants worth approximately EUR 1.8m (13.5 million DKK) have been approved out of the EUR 2.7m (20 million DKK) total allocated in 2022 for support to community engagement by Grundfos companies. Of the extra EUR 672,000 (DKK 5 million) earmarked for the Ukraine crisis, EUR 120,000 (~DKK 900,000) are still available.

Find out more about Grundfos Foundation Community Engagement Grants here.

Project Title Location Partner Amount (EUR)
Community water center in Effiakuma, Ghana Ghana AFROLYNK 60,658
Drinking water for Zuo community, Northern Ghana Ghana Green Gold Ghana 37,903
Digital empowerment of women with migrant & refugee background Denmark ReDI School of Digital Integration DK 100,000
TENACITY: Strengthening WASH behaviour and capacity at Kuanfatu Village Indonesia Wahana Visi Indonesia 126,752
Sustainable water supply for Ol Pejeta Conservancy and communities in Kenya Kenya Ol Pejeta Conservancy 99,920
Provision of re-usable Pads for school girls in Uganda Uganda Eco pads 32,296
Community handwashing stations South Africa Save Our Schools NPO (SOS NPO) 254,320
Usinga solar powered water supply system Tanzania Tanzania Development Foundation Trust (TDFT) 90,993
Sakhile Center of Learning: Sustainable building, water and energy project South Africa University of South Africa 20,517
Total EUR 604,692
Slums of South Afrika

Grundfos South Africa has been working with the local NGO Save Our Schools (SOS) to provide drinking water in the Bloekombos informal settlement. The Community Grant will help create handwashing stations to improve hygiene at the tap stations. Photo: SOS