Social Commitments

Since its creation, Bordas has always been deeply committed to the environment and has shown a strong corporate social culture.

Always caring about the most vulnerable groups, Bordas has built collaborative relations with various non-profit entities focused on improving the quality of life of these people and promoting their social inclusion.



The Adecco Foundation was founded in 1999 as a result of the Social Responsibility of the HR company, Adecco. This non-profit organization was created with the aim of bringing employment opportunities to the most vulnerable groups at risk of social exclusion, and developing a labour market in which anyone can participate in equal conditions and opportunities.

Its Orientation and Integration Plans are personalised for each candidate, who receives the orientation and training necessary in order to enhance their employability.



Caritas is the official confederation of charitable and social action entities of the Catholic Church.

Established in 1947 by the Spanish Episcopal Conference, Cáritas Española aims to analyze and fight poverty and social exclusion as well as to promote true integral human development, social justice and sustainable social systems in Spain and throughout the world.



Spanish Red Cross is a humanitarian institution of a voluntary nature and public interest, which is part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, whose fundamental principles are Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Volunteering, Unity and Universality.

The Spanish Red Cross, as a voluntary humanitarian organization strongly rooted in society, provides comprehensive assistance to vulnerable people from a human and community development perspective, reinforcing their individual capacities in their social context; through integrated actions carried out essentially by volunteers and with broad social participation and territorial presence.



The Fundación Banco de Alimentos de Sevilla (BAS) is a non-profit organization based on volunteering which was established in 1995 by a General Assembly.

It assumes the management and free collection of consumable food, with the fundamental objective of fighting “against hunger and food waste”.

In addition, nowadays, it is committed to building inclusive and trained communities by offering training programs.



The Fundación Pequeño Deseo, built in 2000, is a national, non-political, and non-profit organization.

Its mission is to make the dreams of children who fight against chronic illnesses or poor prognosis come true, in order to give them emotional support and make their illness more bearable.

Sometimes fulfilling a child’s wish is the best medicine.



The religious congregation of Las Hermanas de la Cruz was founded in Seville on August 2, 1875 by Saint Angela de la Cruz, who lived under vows of poverty, chastity and obedience and whose legacy continues today.

Since its beginnings, they develop actions at the service of the most needy and vulnerable groups, such as the elderly, ill and poor people, to whom they provide assistance, affection, care and attention in the material and training fields as well as in the spiritual.



The Congregation of the Hermanitas de los Pobres, founded by Saint Juana Jugán, is at the service of the elderly in the five continents offering spaces that facilitate the integral development of the most aged people.

With a disinterested spirit of meekness and humility, they welcome and take care of them, creating a great family and accompany them until the end of their lives.



SOS Children ‘s Villages was founded in 1949 in Austria and currently has a presence in 138 countries.

SOS Children’s Villages Spain, established in 1967, is a private, non-profit, interfaith organization that is independent of any political orientation.
Its main mission is to serve children, young people and families who are in a situation of vulnerability, promoting their development and autonomy, through recognition in protective family environments and the strengthening of their family, social and community networks.



UNHCR is the United Nations Refugee Agency, is a global organization dedicated to deliver life-saving assistance, protecting rights and building a better future for refugees, other forcibly displaced communities and stateless people, which operates in more than 130 countries.

The Spanish Committee for UNHCR assists and protects people forced to flee violence, conflict and persecution, supporting the work of UNHCR and its collaborators at the international level, through awareness campaigns and mobilization of resources to finance UNHCR humanitarian projects.



At Bordas we are delighted to have the opportunity to be part of Unicef’ SME Friends Program, a program designed to actively help build a better world.

It is a comprehensive program that fights for the provision of education and a safe and healthy environment for children in vulnerable situations, which is aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

Unicef participates by providing quality education in different African schools, promoting healthy habits, establishing vaccination campaigns, and ensuring the proper development of children, covering basic and fundamental needs for them.

In addition, it builds a safe environment where they are protected against possible threats such as child abuse, violence of any kind or recruitment.



The search for the first job for newly qualified is, in most cases, a complex process due to the more and more, Human Resources teams seek experienced employees.

Training experience is a valuable opportunity to learn from professionals, develop new skills and put the theory studies into practice, becoming more competitive for the working market.

As it has been doing for several years, Bordas collaborates closely with the many institutions such as Schools, Universities and Vocational Training Centres, providing practical training placement for students in order to facilitate and shorten the quality employment search.


Given the current worldwide health crisis of COVID-19, Bordas collaborates through different measures and actions to address the containment of the spread of the virus.

As a sign of our identity and values, Bordas makes donations of hydroalcoholic gel which contribute to the protection of the most exposed and vulnerable sectors, such as the hospital system, nursing homes and disabled people houses.

Bordas considers that unity and solidarity are the key to fight against this pandemic, and for this reason, we will keep collaborating as far as possible during all this exceptional situation.

Learn more about our measures against COVID-19.

Please, feel free to contact us if you need any further information. We will be delighted to assist you.