Educating and empowering kids
Every child has the right to health
Giving all children worthy childhoods
Creating an environment of love and respect
Welcome to Endoca Foundation
At Endoca Foundation it is our mission to make a difference for children and the most disadvantaged in the society. Most importantly we want to make a positive change in the world.
What we do
Our current projects right now includes our fund for children whose parents can’t afford to buy CBD oil either as alternative medicine or as nutritions. In the future, we will build orphanages to give children an environment of love and respect.
A word from our director
We are a nonprofit organization embracing social projects, such as the Institute of Cannabis, Natural Medicine and Sustainability and our hardship fund for parents who cannot afford CBD oil for their children.
Manu Sareen is the executive director and a board member of Endoca Foundation, as well as one of the main drivers behind initiating the Foundation and its day-to-day operations.
Everytime you support Endoca you support the growth of our fields. For our fields we in bring local farmers and provide them with the know-how and equipment to grow hemp. We transform millions of acres of non-organic land into organic farmland by giving the farmers the means and land to support them to make ecological choices.
Ecology is important for us, because we want to help the environment and fight the global pollution problem. Today we grow over 2000 acres of hemp on organic land. Therefore, by supporting us you help us transform more land and help the environment.
The nonprofit organization, Endoca Foundation, has announced its new managing director to be the former Minister for Equality and member of the Danish Parliament, Mr. Manu Sareen. Endoca Foundation, which is funded by the Dutch-based CBD-oil company Endoca, will henceforward have its day-today operations in Copenhagen under the leadership of Mr. Sareen.
Mr. Sareen has been a Minister of Social affairs in Denmark, has a long career with experience as both a social worker and mediator, working as an ethnic consultant as well as being a member of the City Council of Copenhagen.
The position to become the managing director of Endoca Foundation opened after Mr. Sareen was contacted by the CEO and founder of Endoca, Mr. Henry Vincenty. After Mr. Sareen let politics in 2018 because of the stressful life a long career in politics can cause, he began advocating for medical cannabis because it had helped him out of his stress, and this came to Mr. Vincenty’s interest.