We take pride in contributing to good causes locally and worldwide.
It is not possible to see or feel if there are harmful chemicals in a fabric and only a few chemicals disappear after washing. However, it is possible to buy fabrics without harmful substances because there are many alternative and harmless chemicals and methods that manufacturers can use instead of the harmful substances. Therefore, all textiles and foam used in by KlipKlap’s collection are OEKO-TEX® 100 certified. The idea behind the OEKO-TEX® system is that all OEKO-TEX® products must be made of materials that cannot cause harm. It also ensures sustainable production for manufacturers and for consumers who are guaranteed textiles (and similar material) that have been tested for more than 300 different health and environmentally harmful substances. The OEKO-TEX® laboratory tests include around 100 test parameters and take into account the intended use of the textiles. The more intensive the skin contact of a textile product, the stricter the limit values for each product class.
Product class I: Articles for babies and toddlers
Product class II: Articles used close to the skin
Product class III: Articles used away from the skin
Product class IV: Materials
Products from the Petite Collection have been tested in Product class I.
All of by KlipKlap's products from the Foldable Collection have been tested in Product class II, which is an exceptionally high level for furniture.
This is a non-profit initiative on Danish hospitals, developed by the NGO ‘Børneulykkesfonden’.
The volunteers, visiting and playing with sick children nationwide are called ‘Legeheltene’. We are supporting them in their work on Skejby Hospital in Aarhus, Denmark, where we have sponsored products to their children’s ward.
THE DANISH CANCER SOCIETY
Each month we are donating to the Danish Cancer Society which is Denmark's largest disease-fighting organization and Denmark's largest patient association. The association's three main areas are research, prevention and counseling and support for cancer patients and their ongoing.
SAVE THE CHILDREN
The Save the Children was established in Denmark in 1945 to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts. All children deserves the best start in life - no matter who they are or where they live.
by KlipKlap are proud to be able to help ensure, that this work can continue through a campaign collaboration in 2019/2020 and a design collaboration for the NGO’s 75 year’s anniversary in 2020.