This year, we decided to thank our customers by thinking of others: Correct confections and social apple spritzers are a token of appreciation for all those with whom we were able to realize great projects this year – but we are also supporting two remarkable Hamburg projects that have inspired us and that we would like to recommend to you as well.
WHY CHRISTMAS TASTES EVEN BETTER THIS YEAR:
Our gift supports two projects that have a lasting impact on the lives of the people involved.
With refugee women and disadvantaged marginalized groups, people are supported who otherwise have few opportunities in the labor market.
In addition to the social aspects, however, there was one thing above all that convinced us: the taste. Sweet confections and fruity apple spritzer – who can resist? Not us!
„kulturchoc“ ist eine Starthilfe für geflüchtete Frauen und Migrantinnen und Empowerment zum Start in eine neue Heimat.”kulturchoc” is a start-up aid for refugee women and migrants and empowerment for the start in a new home.
To this end, the project offers women, who are often not considered for other support measures due to a lack of education or unrecognized qualifications, the chance of a new professional start – by making delicious confections, work cookies and other nibbles.
In addition, the project supports these women in making a successful start in their new home country – through the “Empowerment Program”, which consists of the following components:
cultural and sports program
Would you like to learn more about kulturchoc? Here you can find more insights:
This year, too, we were busy organizing, designing and packing. A little look behind the scenes – and a Christmas greeting from our managing directors Oliver Helms, Frank Meier and Hendrik van Laaten – can be found here.
CROWNS IT ALL: THE CROWN CORK COLLECTION CAMPAIGN
Don’t know what to do with the crown caps? We would have a tip:
Here at the Medienwerft, all crown caps are collected and then donated to kronkorkensammelaktion.de to make a contribution to colorectal cancer research.