“We believe our success is due to our four pillars of sustainability: effort, intelligence, qualification and honesty, above all. We also believe in the law of reciprocity: the cornerstone of our company is sustainability: Master House destines some of its revenue to charitable foundations and NGOs, honoring our commitment to the community.”
If you relate deeply to our principles, click on the links below and do your part in helping make the world a better place for everyone.
- To protect the Amazon forest, habitat for thousands of species, home of a great biodiversity and birth place to millions of people. The forest is paramount for climate control initiatives in the planet.
- To incentive renewable energy and energy efficiency investments, reducing greenhouse gas emissions to help fight global warming.
- To defend the oceans by creating a network of conservation units and stimulating sustainable fishing practices.
- Working toward peace, facing the real causes behind conflicts and eliminating the production of nuclear energy and weapons.
- To stimulate sustainable and safe agriculture, rejecting genetically modified organisms.
Doctors Without Borders
- Focusing mainly on medical services, the Doctors Without Borders organization aims at providing medical assistance and preemptive care to all those in need, regardless of where in the world they might be.
- In cases where medical services are not enough to guarantee the survival of a people – such as in extreme cases – the organization will supply food, water, sanitation and shelter. This type of work is done primarily during crises, when the previous balance is interrupted and human lives are threatened.
- The work of MSF – Médecins Sans Frontières International (or Doctors Without Borders in French) is conducted under the rules of medical ethics, particularly the duty to offer aid, do no harm and maintain neutrality, which guarantee the right to confidentiality. According to this code, no person can be punished for doing medical work, regardless of the circumstances and the beneficiaries of such work.
Clube dos Vira-Latas (The Mongrel Club)
- Rescue and treatment of at risk animals and animals that have no tutors;
- Neutering campaigns;
- Awareness campaigns, even directed at police officials;
- Surgeries, including orthopedic work;
- Physical therapy, acupuncture, muscular and orthopedic trauma treatment;
- Post-op follow up;
- Birthing services;
- Clinical services.
GRAAC, the Support Group for Children and Adolescents with Cancer charity
GRAACC – Grupo de Apoio ao Adolescente e a Criança com Cancer (or, loosely translated from Portuguese, Support Group for Children and Adolescents with Cancer) is a non-profit organization created to insure children and adolescents cancer the right to all chances of cure and quality of life, including the highest scientific standards of care available.
The charity’s hospital conducts circa 3,000 consults every year, ranging anything from chemotherapy sessions, consultations, ambulatory care, surgeries, bone marrow transplants, among others. asides from diagnosing and treating child cancer, GRAACC works on developing teaching and cancer research.