PFA is active and engaged in society, and it contributes to improving social conditions both in Denmark and around the world. PFA participates in a number of activities and has partnerships with several organisations, and it has also created the PFA Use Life Fund.
PFA believes that the support it provides is most effective when it is done in partnership with entities who are focusing on a single specific cause.
PFA mainly offers its support via partnerships with associations who are connected to PFA’s core business. This may be in areas such as initiatives working with prevention, promoting health and fighting illnesses.
For other types of supporting activities, we prioritise there being a connection between PFA’s activities and the purpose that is being supported. Finally, we also support initiatives aimed at informing and spreading awareness of issues that are closely related to life and pensions.
The support can be in the form of:
- Financial contributions
- Employee hours donated to volunteer work
PFA’s support comes with some requirements
When PFA provides support to an organisation’s work, it is important that the funds are managed carefully. Therefore, there are some requirements that come with the support, such as receiving written reports on the association’s objectives and management and how the support is used. In addition, we prioritise supporting projects that are not solely dependent on PFA’s contributions and in general work towards a sustainable development.