Tiberghien supports the Toontjeshuis project. This organization is committed to people for whom it is not self-evident to live independently. Toon's father, Joost Callens, CEO of Durabrik, wants to create social added value as a social entrepreneur with the non-profit organization Toontjeshuis. The goal is to provide housing in a sustainable way with the necessary comfort for those who need it. A Toontjeshuis meets the needs of its residents. In this way, they contribute to a happy and quality future for everyone.
Tiberghien, together with Altius, is member of the WIELS Business Club. WIELS is an institution for contemporary art in Europe without a permanent collection, and presents temporary exhibitions by national and international artists, both emerging and more established.
Together with other Brussels-based law firms, Tiberghien and Altius patricipate in the '20km door Brussel' every year. In 2019, the Legal Run is supporting Arthur Forever. The purpose of this association is to support children suffering from infectious diseases such as meningitis, as well as their parents; to help medical research into such illnesses and to raise awareness about organ and blood donation.
Tour & Taxis
The Brussels office of Tiberghien is located in the Royal Depot, in the Tour & Taxis site. It has been rewarded for its efforts and progress in various ecofriendly measures.