Which team will score the first goal number 6 & 13?
Can you guess which team will be first to score goal 6 or 13 in the Grundfos Match of the Day? Then you can enter the draw to win 2 tickets to the final.
Each day, we select a Grundfos Match of the Day. When a team has scored the first goal number 6 or goal number 13, a donation will go to one of four clean water or climate projects.
Supporting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals 6 and 13
This year's European championship is about more than winning a title. As an official sponsor of the Men's European Handball Championship 2018, Grundfos has decided to use the Men's EHF Euro 2018 in Croatia to draw attention to the UN's global sustainable development goals, in particular goal 6 - clean water for all, and goal 13 - climate change.
Clean water for all
The UN has defined 17 goals for global sustainable development. As one of the world’s biggest manufacturer of pumping solutions, Grundfos particularly cares about two specific goals: goal 6 & goal 13.
Goal 6 is about ensuring access to clean water and sanitation for all. Often, water scarcity is not about a lack of sufficient water, rather it is a matter of bad economics or poor infrastructure. This impacts negatively on food security, livelihood choices and educational opportunities for poor families across the world.
Combat climate change and its impacts
Goal 13 focuses on climate change, and how people are experiencing the significant impacts of a changing climate, which include changing weather patterns, rising sea level, and more extreme weather events.
As an official sponsor of the Men's European Handball Championship 2018, Grundfos is using the Men's EHF Euro 2018 in Croatia to draw attention to the UN's global sustainable development goals. Each day, we select a Grundfos Match of the Day, and when a team has scored the first goal number 6 or goal number 13, a donation will go to one of four clean water or climate projects.
Grundfos is supporting four water and climate projects, which have been initiated by WaterAid and Practical Action.
Timor Leste: A brighter future for women and girls
The project aims to build clean water systems in villages and teach sanitary practices, allowing women to spend more time on education – and less on collecting water from unsafe sources.
Mali: Healthy communities
This 4-year programme will improve water sanitation and hygiene by building and rehabilitating water points and toilet blocks. It will also help young men and women set up small businesses in water and sanitation.
Kenya: Women energy entrepreneurs
Targeting 730 women in specific areas of Kenya, this project helps them set up or expand small energy enterprises that make environmentally-friendly products available in poverty-stricken communities.
Peru/Bolivia: Sustainable forestry in the cloud forest
Providing training in sustainable production methods and exploring new avenues for small coffee producers in the Cloud Forest, this project helps make them more resistant to the effects of climate change.
Grundfos is proud to be an official sponsor of the Men’s EHF EURO 2018,
January in Croatia
Discover how our world-leading approach to pump solutions and water technology matches the players’ commitment and performance on the court.