The voting period opens

Until 30 April You Decide what projects we will finance

You Decide

Customers, employees, brokers, suppliers and healthcare personnel from DKV and also the general public have until 30 April to support their favourite initiative.

Again this year, DKV has launched the campaign Tú decides” (It’s your choice) Campaign, with the aim of financing projects on healthcare, the environment and the quality of life of people from needy communities.



Until 30 April, employees, brokers, medical staff, customers, suppliers and the general public can vote for the social projects that the company will support as part of the 14th DKV Call for Grants for Health projects. In 2018, 1950 people voted physically and over 19,250 did so online.

Once voting has closed, DKV will donate Euros 120,000 to all the projects, which means we can support up to ten projects in all and donate a maximum of Euros 12,000 to each of them.

The category for this edition is “Health and the Environment” and votes can be cast from all over the world.

This year, 52 final projects have been chosen, which will compete in each of the categories explained below:

Open vote categories:

Voting in this category is open to any person of Spanish nationality who resides in Spain; two projects will be chosen as winners: 

  • Health and the environment: projects in which the central component is the environment and its relationship with health. These may be environmental projects that have a positive impact on people's health and/or awareness initiatives on the influence of environmental factors on health.

Closed vote category:

Only clients, employees, brokers, medical staff and suppliers of DKV can participate in this category and eight winning projects will be chosen from the following types of projects:

  • Prevention and health promotion: projects that focus on preventing illness and/or promoting improvements to health and quality of life for children, young people, women, people with addictions, people with rare diseases and/or older people. 
  • Health and disability: projects that focus on preventing illness and/or promoting improvements to health and quality of life for people with physical, sensory or intellectual disabilities. 
  • Childhood obesity and eating disorders: projects that focus on people with eating disorders and/or childhood obesity; with the beneficiaries being children's and young people's groups.
  • Healthy ageing: projects aimed at preventing cognitive impairment and improving and maintaining the cognitive faculties of older people.

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DKV believes that companies have a social responsibility to people and, therefore, affirms its commitment to being a responsible business: the company argues that the need to monetise, through good products and good service, is compatible with the pursuit of social and environmental benefits.

In fact, corporate responsibility is one of the pillars on which the company's strategy is based. Responsibility forms part of its mission and is a key part of its business approach, which is based on meeting the ethical, social and environmental expectations of all stakeholders: employees, clients, medical staff, brokers, suppliers, administration, society, etc.