Charity campaign 2021

Christmas is the time of contemplation and charity!

Once again this year, it is our aim to help sick and socially disadvantaged children and their parents, to put a smile on their faces and to give them a new perspective for tomorrow.

As in previous years, we invested this year’s budget for Christmas presents in a donation to children with cancer in Germany and Austria. A donation of € 3,000 went to the German Childhood Cancer Foundation. A further € 2,000 was donated to the Austrian Children’s Cancer Aid.

The children’s cancer aid organizations are committed to ensuring that children with cancer can recover and are in no way disadvantaged in terms of their quality of life and future prospects. In doing so, they provide competent assistance to affected families and support them in financial emergencies.

It is important to us that our donation gets into the right hands and that we do good with it. With the above-mentioned children’s cancer organizations, we know that our donation will be put to good use. Mr. Fruth from the German Childhood Cancer Foundation (Parents’ Initiative Intern 3 at the Dr. von Haunerschen Kinderspital Munich e.V.) told us that the urgently needed donations would be used to cover running costs, as many donations unfortunately failed to materialize due to the pandemic and the cancellation of numerous charity events. Mrs. Rauschl told us that the donations would be used to support important projects in the clinics.

Thank you very much for your understanding for this decision and for your support!

COMPANY

Südmetall stands for modern technology and passion in a traditional market. For 25 years, founded in 1995 by Jakob Persterer, the company has been a reliable partner for trade and commerce. Today, Süd-Metall Beschläge GmbH has over 280 employees and is represented on (almost) all continents of the world. As an independent family business, it is one of the market leaders in the German-speaking region with the product ranges of fittings, glass and metal construction.
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