Furthermore, Confectionary Holding has reiterated its commitment to diversity, equality, and integration, and is participating again this year in the awareness campaign, #EmpleoParaTodas, which is launched each year by the Adecco Foundation to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Confectionary Holding believes that unemployment is the main cause of inequality and poverty in Spain’s society, especially when it involves those people made vulnerable by other factors.
Thanks to Confectionary Holding’s support in campaigns like #EmpleoParaTodas, the Foundation is giving a boost to its employment project for women, victims of gender violence, with disabilities, single parents, and also those over-fifties who have been long-term unemployed.
The #EmpleoParaTodas awareness campaign condemns the fact that the integration of women into the workplace still faces stereotype situations and a social culture that has failed to adapt. For this reason, it is calling for a commitment from both business and society at large to facilitate women’s integration into the workplace.
Via its brands, 1880, el Lobo, Doña Jimena, and Imperial Toledana, Confectionary Holding has collaborated with the Adecco Foundation for several years now. Confectionary Holding’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme includes other projects in collaboration with organisations, such as UNICEF’s children’s programme, Fundación Manuel Peláez, Spain’s Food Bank, and the “One toy, one dream” campaign, among others.