Each year, the Ramboll Foundation grants financial support to the following three areas:
- Research, studies and education
- Current and former employees and their families in difficult situations
- Humanitarian aid
Over the past five years, the Ramboll Foundation has donated an average of DKK 3.6 million a year. In 2015, the donations amounted to DKK 7,028,000. Financial support was given to 15 different projects.
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Donations in 2015
Research, studies and education
- DTU: Plastic design of concrete structures/plastic dimensioning of concrete structures DKK 911,900.
- DTU: Research within clean room and laboratory design DKK 1,165,000.
- DTU Environment: Research within water resource monitoring DKK 1,200,000.
- HITEK: Engineering periodical, digitalization project DKK 50,000.
- Ramboll Finland: Studies within ground water recharging DKK 235,000.
- Ramboll Sweden: Integrating infrastructure, stimulation of pedestrian and bicycle traffic DKK 839,419.
- Ramboll Sweden: Long term stability of cemented paste backfill in the mining industry DKK 528,876.
- IASS: Support of Cuban delegation to an international conference on masts and towers (International Association for Shell and Spatal structure) DKK 50,000.
- UNF Physics camp: UNF Physics summer camp aiming at increasing young students' interest in technical science DKK 30,000.
- Anonymous: Staff well-being (support to employees in difficult circumstances) DKK 272,100.
- Danish Red Cross: Donation to support refugees in Syria. Double-up of staff contribution DKK 546,000.
- UN Live Museum: Donation to the conceptualisation of the UN Live Museum of Humanity DKK 800,000.
- Ramboll Oil & Gas: Donation to local disaster relief "Rebuild Chennai" in India DKK 25,000.
- Ramboll Group: Light Art to Ramboll Head Office DKK 375,000.
Donations in 2014
Research, studies and education
- Peter Collin: convenorship of the new versions of Eurocode 4-2, Composite Bridges SEK 500,000.
- DTU Solar Decathlon: international competition of low electricity houses DKK 1,000,000.
- Zeppelin University: enhancing blue-green and social performance in high density urban environments DKK 4,000,000.
- Rambøll Norge – Lavkarbsem: research project regarding the development of environmental cement that may contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions DKK 169,891.
- Design of Wooden Wind Turbine: the aim of the project is to run a small workshop in Brazil where they will teach developing communities how to construct small scale wind turbines DKK 145,207.
- Engineers Without Borders (EWB), Sweden: engineering projects with focus on improvement of education facilities for children and youth in disadvantaged communities, mainly in Africa. DKK 296,372.
- Rebuilding Streetlight in Tacloban – Philippines catastrophe: contribution to the recovery of housing in Tacloban following 2013’s Typhoon Haiyan, i.e. building evidence for what works best in post-disaster recovery DKK 168,977.
- Jaco Boase –Research project to investigate what works best in a post-disaster recovery DKK 147,970.
- Danmarks Indsamlingen: DKK 250,000.
- Engineers without borders (IUG), Denmark: EWB contributes to the establishment of a residential building and a training center in the children's village Malandaghi in India In addition, EWB will function as building adviser to the establishment of a therapy building for disabled people in Bolivia DKK 500,000.
How to apply for a donation
Applications will be decided by the Foundation Board. The Board meets four times a year. Applications for the quarterly Board meeting should therefore be submitted before the following dates:
- 1 March
- 1 May
- 15 August
- 15 November
|The donation guideline provides the overall framework for applicants seeking support from the Ramboll Foundation. The guideline should be studied carefully and applicants should assess, if the intended falls under the Foundation statutes and the donation principles. Read or download donation guideline|
Secretary to the Foundation Board
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