SOCIAL ACTION AND TERRITORIAL VINCULATION
It is a fact that cities and society are constantly evolving and this goes for Saba too. The company is continuously involved in a process of review, restructuring and development to adapt to the needs of customers and citizens, always focused on service quality and the connection to the regions in which it operates.
Since its inception, the Saba style has always involved the commitment to being a part of the evolution of cities and to contributing to sustainability and corporate responsibility. In this regard, the company collaborates with Corporate Social Responsibility projects that operate in the countries in which it has assets.
Saba's lines of action in the area of sustainability and social connection are oriented towards three areas, in which projects are sought with which the company is committed in the long term and which are always linked to the territory in which Saba operates. In the first place, initiatives in the field of health and framed in the hospital environment, among which should be highlighted the agreement to promote the SJD Pediatric Cancer Centre of the Sant Joan de Déu Hospital, which will be the most important childhood cancer hospital construction in Europe.
Since its inception, the Saba style has always involved the commitment to being a part of the evolution of cities and to contributing to sustainability and corporate responsibility.
Secondly, support for disadvantaged groups, with a special focus on children and families. Here we can highlight the collaboration with Cáritas and Aldeas Infantiles, the largest direct care organization for children in Spain, with a presence in 139 countries, including most of those in which Saba is present. The agreement with the Incorpora Programme of the Obra Social de la Caixa would also be included in this section, with the aim of providing jobs for people at risk of social exclusion.
Finally, projects involving action against climate change and which clearly connect with Saba's philosophy and its role as manager of sustainable mobility. Worthy of note here is the collaboration with Plant-for-the-Planet, a non-governmental organization founded in Germany and present in 71 countries which aims to sensitize children and adults to the problems of climate change and global justice.
All collaborations are reviewed and tracked from year to year. Support is maintained with a view to further expanding the actions, always within the parameters established in Saba regulations. In this sense, as established in section 24 of the Code of Ethics, the company regulates internally contributions and collaborations with third parties, with the exception of those related to political parties or organizations linked to them.