• Responsibility

    Pilgrim is built and run with heart and soul, and these are key elements of Pilgrim’s DNA. Our social responsibility (CSR) is a vital part of our business and we seek to extend that philosophy to all of our partners and suppliers to cover materials, manufacturing processes and working conditions – wherever our products are made. That is why we choose collaboration partners with the utmost care and have established a Code of Conduct with our suppliers in the East.


    Show your support for the humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors without Borders. Since 2003, Pilgrim has supported the organisation by designing and producing one or more special MSF products every year, sold to benefit the MSF. By purchasing the products, you are hereby a vital part of this support.

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    • Pilgrim and Doctors Without Borders

      Doctors Without Borders was founded in 1971, and it is the world's largest medical emergency aid organization that helps victims of wars, conflicts and natural disasters. The organisation is independent, and thus very dependent on private donations, so that it can continue to work at saving lives where the need is greatest.

      "For Pilgrim, the collaboration with Doctors Without Borders means a lot. Everyone needs doctors, all countries can be hit by natural disasters of one kind of another, and we believe that everybody, regardless of where they come from, who they are and what they believe in have a right to medical aid. And we are very proud that we can use our annual collections to help people in need receive urgent assistance, and that millions of lives can be saved," says Annemette Markvad, owner for Pilgrim.

      Pilgrim donates quarter of a million to the fight against COVID-19

      Pilgrim has throughout 2020 supported Doctors Without Borders’ fight against the global COVID-19 outbreak.

      Since April, Pilgrim has committed to donate 100 DKK/13,5 EURO for every sold key style necklace of the season – an initiative which was supported by further donating 25% of revenue, in the days after re-opening their physical stores in Denmark.

      These efforts have now led to a donation of quarter of a million DKK directly to Doctors Without Borders fight against COVID-19, worldwide.

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