Page Overview: Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility.

Social engagement is firmly anchored in the corporate self-image of the BMW Group. The BMW Group assumes social responsibility to permanently make a positive contribution to the development of the region in which we operate.


The Tech4Kids project wants to spark children’s interest in technology and sustainable mobility. Primary school students get their first introduction to digitalization and e-mobility in workshops at the BMW Junior Campus as well as through plant tours specifically designed for children. 

Donation of a BMW 3 Series Touring.

In the summer of 2019, the BMW Group’s Munich plant donated the last BMW 3 Series Touring of the fifth generation to the Munich food bank Tafel e.V.

Community Forum.

The Community Forum gives BMW Group Plant Munich an opportunity to support associations and non-profit institutions in the vicinity of its location in Milbertshofen. The premises are offered free of charge. The only condition is that the classes must also be offered free of charge to participants. During the week, we welcome and send off our young guests who take part in the plant tour for children.


Girls’ Day is an annual nationwide campaign day on which companies like ours open their doors to girls and young women age 14 to 19, to give them an idea of some of the vocational training jobs available. After a brief introduction to vocational training at the BMW Group, the girls experience various technical jobs related to automotive production. From lab technology jobs to body construction and final assembly, they get to enjoy a sneak peek, ask questions and even try their hand if they want to. Experts and trainers are available at various points and happy to assist and answer questions.