Charity and Ligula Foundation
We give, all year round
In 2020, in an ongoing pandemic, Ligula Foundation contributed with SEK 439,250 SEK (≈43,925 euro) to charity. Which we are very proud of. The amount is partly from the return on our capital and partly through the 10 SEK we receive on every booking that comes from Ligula Hospitality Group’s website Ligula.se
For more information, please visit https://ligula.foundation
Ligula Foundation is founded by family Löffler and Tastsinn AB together with the subsidiaries and sister companies of the Group, primarily Ligula Hospitality Group AB. The background is a willingness and ambition to help out in the world and thereby contributing to a better society at large.
The work of the Foundation is financed by a fundamental contribution from the family as well as contributions and donations from the various companies in Ligula Hospitality Group. The size of the contributions depend to a certain extent on the number of overnight stays that are booked on-line. 10 SEK per booking made via Ligula.se goes to Ligula Foundation.
Our thoughs about charity
This is not restricted to the countries where we operate: we screen the market once a year, and make a donation to the organization where we see the greatest need for the time being.
We have supported organizations like Doctors without borders, Societas Socialis (SOS), Save the Children, Unicef, Queen Silvia’s Children’s Hospital and others
We have also supported Nordens Ark for a number of years, as a fodder partner. Nordens Ark is a private non-profit foundation, that works to give endangered species a future. They breed, research, educate and inform about biological diversity. At the moment, we hope that our support will help to increase the endangered wolverine population, and support the measures taken to improve the habitats where the animals live naturally. Earlier, we have supported the Maned Wolf and the Lapland Owl in the same fashion.
Through financial support and visits in the area, Ligula Hospitality Group has also supported children that have been victims of one of the oldest armed conflicts in the world: the persecution of the Karen minority in Burma, where several thousand refugees, many of the children, have fled over the border to Thailand.
We are engaged in an orphanage in Thailand, where our support mainly consists of direct purchases of food, clothes, renovations and other daily needs. We also give direct support to two young women with a university education, by providing financial support for school fees and accommodation.