One such event was Companies Solidarity Day, which Enagás professionals attended. Enagás is committed to supporting vulnerable groups and promoting their integration.
Enagás once again joined this initiative, which aims to promote and facilitate corporate social engagement through corporate volunteering.
Some volunteers spent a day with people with mental and physical disabilities from ASPACE in Seville. And in Madrid, a visit was organised to the Faunia park, where Enagás volunteers accompanied young people with intellectual disabilities from the Capacis Foundation.
Committed to inclusion
Enagás is committed to promoting equal opportunities, social inclusion, and raising awareness of disadvantaged groups and preserving the environment. The company develops volunteer initiatives with non-profit organisations with the intention of enhancing the welfare and quality of life for individuals with specific needs.
Since the launch of Enagás’ volunteering programme, 2,200 of its volunteers have taken part in over 140 initiatives.
The 2030 Agenda recognises volunteering as a means to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. In accordance with its Social Action Strategy, Enagás encourages and supports corporate volunteering initiatives that seek to involve its professionals in achieving these goals.