DEMMELER donates 20,000 euros
For many years, as owner-managed family company we support social and charitable projects with donations. The engagement is diverse. "Instead of distributing Christmas gifts to corporate customers and partners, we want to use our support to contribute to creating relief in the service of humanity and charity. We are particularly concerned with people who have been hit hard by fate, whether through illness or disability or an inhumane social environment ", Johannes Demmeler, Executive Partner of DEMMELER describes his goals. The company support this commitment with a total donation of 20,000 euros to the organizations "From Heart to Heart e.V. - Help that arrives", "WEISSER RING e.V." and "Christoffel-Blind Mission Germany e.V.".
About the organisations:
From heart to heart e.V. - help that arrives:
In accordance with the principles of charity, personal reference, transparency and sustainability, From Heart to Heart e.V. is committed to people who do not have it as good as we do. Various projects at home and abroad such as food sharing in Kempten, the construction of a day clinic in Tanzania, the Hope School in South Africa, a day care center for disabled children and adolescents in Bosnia and much much more.
WEISSER RING e.V .:
Those who fall victim to a crime or experience crime and violence in their personal environment usually have a hard time: In a society oriented towards money and perpetrators, the suffering and concerns of victims are still secondary in many areas of life. WEISSER RING e.V., Germany's largest victim protection organization, supports those affected with quick and direct help, stands up politically for the interests of the victims and is committed to crime prevention.
Christoffel Blind Mission Germany:
Too many people in developing countries still have disabilities, although this could be avoided. The aim of the CBM is to break the cycle of poverty and disability in developing countries and to create better quality of life and equal opportunities for people with disabilities.