BIMobject® Charity Project

BIMobject runs an annual charity project where we give 1% of our time to improve the quality of life of those who are less fortunate.

We are striving to promote social participation and we want to satisfy human needs in other countries. Here you can see updates from our past and ongoing projects.

If you want to support our charity project you can buy our Teddy Bear, called Joy! She costs 20 euro and all the profit goes straight to our charity project.

Please contact hope@bimobject.com if you have any questions.

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BIMobject® Charity Project 2016

Jump for Hope

No one can do everything, but everyone can do something

The holidays are getting closer and most of us already have all the things that we need. We are happy for having a roof over our heads, water in our taps, food in the fridge and shoes on our feet. Things that are obvious to many of us, are not obvious to others. The children in Shree Bagbachhala Primary School, located in Nepal, South Asia do not have all these things and their wish is to have a safe school to go to. Our holiday-wish this year is to create better conditions for these children in need.

As a part of our annual charity project Hope, we will help them to rebuild the school together with local engineers and technicians. We will provide them with proper toilets to avoid the spread of diseases, supply them with drinking water and renovate the building structure that was affected by the earthquake in 2015. They will also get a library to encourage education. The school has approximately 100 students and is located in a very remote area in the highlands of the province Dhading.

If you are a building product manufacturer and would like to help us to help, please send an email to hope@bimobject.com. Small things can make a big difference. Bring joy during the holidays through giving.


Love from the BIMobject Team.

The project is called REBUILDING SCHOOL PROJECT at Shree Baghbachhala Primary School,8- Goganpani, Dhading. Follow this link for more information.

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BIMobject® went the extra mile for charity 2016

On May 8th, BIMobject employees in five different countries participated in the Wings for Life World Run.

With a radical concept, the Wings for Life World Run is a global race with the mission to find a cure for spinal cord injury. Everyone in the Wings for Life World Run is running for those who can’t. In practice, this means that all entry fees and donations raised by participants go directly to fund research.

The annual charity run takes place on the same day, at the same time, in cities worldwide.

Taking the opportunity to support a good cause, we put together our own BIMobject team in five of our different locations in Europe, geared up – and took off running.


“We would like to thank everyone who signed up and joined the cause together with us. It was a great day and one could tell that people were happy to get involved”
says Natalie Nilsson, PR & Marketing Manager at BIMobject

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BIMobject® Charity Project 2015

Jump for Hope

In November 2015 we visited 5 orphanages and 12 families in need in Kraków, Poland.

We brought 2,5 tons of necessities, clothing and toys to give 200 children in need a memorable Christmas. The families were also taken on a shopping trip, so they could buy all the food they needed to make their Christmas celebrations complete.

”We hope that we can inspire other companies to take the initiative and devote 1% of their time to charity. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something.” says Natalie Nilsson, PR & Marketing Manager at BIMobject

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BIMobject® Charity Project 2014

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In December 2014, we flew to Gdansk in Poland with our bags filled with gifts, to visit an orphanage and three families in need. We gave them necessities and purchased food in order to give them a better christmas.

These families were living in extremely poor conditions in comparison to the standard of living as we are accustomed. Through our work we wanted to give the children and the families a memorable experience and support them with necessities.

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