Sustainability is an important guiding principle of B. Braun's corporate activities
As a family-owned business, B. Braun acts around the world as a 'citizen of society'. The strategy for our societal engagement comprises of building upon and exchanging our know-how, the promotion of regions and the creation of prospects. Every year we sponsor over 200 social projects in over 30 countries.
B. Braun supports its customers in developing knowledge, honing skills and understanding what is considered best practice. We consider this to mean that we act as a good citizen for society in the long term, beyond our actual business activities, and set an example for other companies.
Charities supported by B. Braun Australia and New Zealand
Pacific Islands Animal Welfare
The Pacific Islands Animal Welfare Charity enables individuals, veterinary professionals and organisations in the Pacific Islands to conduct critical and vital spay and neuter clinics and
general veterinary services for FREE that would otherwise be out of reach for many impoverished communities.
Vets Beyond Borders
Vets Beyond Borders is an animal charity which deploys volunteer vets, vet nurses and other animal welfare workers to help improve the lives of animals and developing communities around the world.
Children’s Medical Research Institute
Jeans for Genes was established in 1994 by Children’s Medical Research Institute to fund revolutionary research that helps diagnose, understand, and find cures or treatments for conditions affecting kids, including genetic diseases, cancer, and epilepsy.