Social Projects


We intend to create a better world for all of us

Questel funds and/or supports employee-sponsored social projects

For your project to be funded, it must meet the 3 main features:

While these projects are local in nature, we intend to spread our service and donations evenly throughout the world. We finance each project recurrently up to 5,000 euros.
Questel’s support can also be in other forms such as giving time and participating in causes on a voluntary basis, providing equipment, etc.
Questel does not make any direct or indirect contributions to political parties, politicians, lobby groups, advocacy groups, etc…


Amazing projects around the world

Help for Ukrainian refugees

Considering the horrific war in Ukraine and the enormous number of refugees entering the EU, Questel and its subsidiary, Brandstock, have resolved to make donations to “The Red Cross” and “Caritas”. The recurring nature of our donations to the Red Cross meets our funding criteria.

Project: Deli Esperanza in Peru

New Hope Peru serves orphaned and vulnerable children in Southern Peru by providing residential and family-based care, including family reintegration services and adoption. Questel’s donation will be used to complete the construction of a bakery that will enable the organization to be partially self-sustaining.

Support to our Filipino team

In December 2021 the world’s strongest tropical cyclone, Typhoon Rai, hit the Philippines. The impact was devastating and affected many, including members of the Questel team based in Cebu. Questel is offering help through financial support.

Project "Pedaleando por el Futuro" in Colombia

The project of the association Club Medio Fondo aims to offer young people with low resources, especially from the city of Medellín, the opportunity to take cycling as a healthy lifestyle option which moves them away from the dangers of our society, given that the discipline and dedication that this practice implies, will not only make them better athletes but better people.

Project Nanhi Kali: academic support and care for Indian girls

Project Nanhi Kali is one of India’s largest programmes which enables underprivileged girls to complete 10 years of schooling with dignity. This programme is towards educating girl child for classes 1 to 5 (Primary School) and 6 to 10 (Secondary School).  The project has impacted over 5,00,000 girls across the country since inception.


Environmental education for Haitian children

The association Terre des Hommes trains and educates young children to be prepared in case of natural disasters, to understand climate issues, to preserve their environment and livelihoods, to create an environment conducive to access to education and thus reduce their vulnerability to disasters.

A home for needy children in Peru

The Peruvian organization the Aldea Infantil Sagrada Familia (Holy Family Children’s Home) takes in boys who are considered to be in a physical and/or moral abandonment. Questel’s donation will be used to replace obsolete computers that the boys mainly use for their studies.

Questel's partnership with Karupa Foundation

Questel’s support is offered through its partnership with NGOs. Here, we are helping an Indian NGO, to access our database and develop socio-economic projects in order to fight against poverty in Indian villages. The Karupta Foundation brings hope to millions of children around the world’s.

A wig for children in Germany with Deutsche Kinderkrebshilfe

Did you know that you can donate your hair to organizations which make wigs for children or adults that have lost their own due to cancer? Our colleague Giulia, donated 40 cm of her hair to Deutsche Kinderkrebshilfe, a group which is collaborating with the German Children Cancer Foundation.

One year later, update on Mahila Haat project in India

The association Mahila Haat  has raised awareness among villagers about the conservation and management of natural resources, developed a rainwater harvesting system in the village for proper use of rainwater, and developed the area thanks to reforestation.

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Arthritis Foundation: research in innovative therapie

Questel’s team is conducting a mission for Arthritis Foundation: raising funds and managing research on rheumatoid arthritis. The daughter of our colleague, Viviane, suffers from this illness, and she welcomed the opportunity to be the ambassador of Questel to the Foundation.

Christmas with children in a Peruvian orphanage

The holiday season is meant to be celebrated and share with others, most especially children. Questel Peru team visited 11 handicapped children Hogar “San Anibal di Francia” , orphanage in Arequipa and organized a party. Time also to donate food for some months.

Gold sponsorship for Translators without Borders

Over half of the world’s population can’t access information in a language they speak and understand. Translators without Borders develops and provides innovative language solutions to help people communicate in a language and format they understand.

Brands For Good 2019 - Gala Dinner sponsorship in Singapore

Questel’s team is conducting a mission for Arthritis Foundation: raising funds and managing research on rheumatoid arthritis. The daughter of our colleague, Viviane, suffers from this illness, and she welcomed the opportunity to be the ambassador of Questel to the Foundation.

Revival of source of water in Kumaon hills, in the Himalaya

Climate change is a global environmental problem. The reduction in rainfall and lack of rainwater affects the availability of water in the sources on which villages depend. The intention of Mahila Haat is to sustainably revive the water sources for villagers.

23rd edition of Rêves de Gosse (“Children’s Dream”) Air Tour

More than 28,000 children from all walks of life (including underprivileged children, children with special needs, and ordinary children) had an opportunity to realize their dreams as they boarded a small tourist plane for a 20-minute flight, thanks to Rêves de Gosse.

Drinking water for children: a sporting challenge raised

A 3000km bike ride from Montpellier to Marrakech financed the construction of drinking water wells for children in an eco-autonomous village of Morocco. Our 6 amateur cyclists successfully met The association La route de l’eau  by reaching Marrakech in 14 days!