Fair and Real Cost Pricing
For a better world
The Charity Lotteries are socially driven organisations. We want to make the world better by supporting the work of charitable organisations and raising awareness of their work. This may involve culture, the climate, health, social cohesion, promoting human rights or combatting poverty.
This website is based on the CSR report Planet First! 2012. The CSR report has been drawn up according to the G3.1 reporting guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), level GRI B+. This report has been externally verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Accountants N.V., the accountancy firm that also audits the annual accounts of the charities. The CSR Report (PDF 2MB) and GRI table (PDF 0.3MB) can be found here. (2011 CSR Report)
The CSR report Planet First! 2012 extensively communicates about the challenges of corporate social responsibility. Would you like to find out more? Please refer to the report (pdf).
Fair and real cost pricing
The Charity Lotteries started implementing the code of conduct for suppliers.
The overall use of FSC paper increased with 6% compared to 2011.
The usage of renewable energy increased with 24% compared to 2011.
A study on the societal effect of the contributions of the Charity Lotteries in the Netherlands shows that every euro donated leads to two to three euro of added value.