With our annual Christmas donation we support social and medical institutions committed to helping children with a hard fate. We thus hope to make at least a small contribution in bringing some light and hope into the lives of these young people.
NSPCC is the leading children’s charity fighting to end child neglect and abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. It helps children who have been abused rebuild their lives, protects those at risk and stands for numerous efforts to prevent abuse from happening at all.
The PetitSuisse Kinderhilfe Schweiz supports children in need regardless of their ethnic backgroung, religion or natioality. It stands up for their needs and rights, and gives hope and happiness through numerous projects and acitivities.
The Kinderhaus AtemReich in Munich gives children with sever respiratory deseases that are dependent on intensive care the opportunity to find a home in a family-like environment and lead, as far as possible, a normal and dignified life.
The Swiss research foundation Schweizer Forschungsstiftung Kind und Krebs is committed to helping children throughout Switzerland suffering from cancer through donations for therapy and drug research.
The association Märkische Sozial- und Bildungswerk e.V. maintains youth support projects in Berlin, Cottbus, Lübben (district Dahme-Spree), and Erkner (district Oder-Spree).
The foundation Stiftung & Verein "Große Hilfe für kleine Helden" supports sick childern and their families during hospitalization in the Childrens' Hospital of Heilbronn and thereafter.
The facility Lichtblick Hasenbergl cares for children, adolescents and young adults coming from disadvantaged families in the Hasenbergl suburb of Munich.
The Kinderklinik und Kinderpoliklinik im Dr. von Haunerschen Kinderspital (Childrens' Hospital of the Ludwig Maximilian Universirty of Munich) provides comprehensive care for infants, children and adolescents in all areas of paediatric medicine. Dedicated teams of nurses, physicians and therapists strive to optimally meet the damands of their small patients in a family oriented surrounding.