G4S considers it important to highlight young Estonians and recognize their achievements. For that reason, in 2006 the company introduced an award to pay tribute to young life-savers: the G4S order of merit “For Bravery.”
A number of young Estonians have received the award:
G4S Youth Club
For close to ten years, G4S has offered the children of Estonia
extracurricular and educational activities. In 2002, the company launched the
non-profit association G4S
Youth Club and provided the primary funding for the club. The club
was disbanded in January 2012.
G4S Youth Club was a children and youth association open to all young Estonians. The Youth Club operated all across Estonia, led by regional supervisors, and offers year-round educational extracurricular activities for children age 7-15.
- G4S Youth Club won the Bluebird annual prize from the UNICEF’s Estonian National Committee in 2006 and 2010.
- In 2008, the Union of Estonian Youth Associations gave G4S Youth Club director Triin Maripuu with the title of mover and shaker of the year.
- In 2010, Tallinn named G4S the most youth and child-friendly company. The city of Tartu named G4S its most conscientious enterprise that same year.
- G4S Youth Club director Triin Maripuu was given the G4S Eesti 2010 Mover and Shaker title (Aasta Tegija).