Hilti donates to Lacrima Augsburg | Bereavement support for children receives a donation of €8,115

Hilti donates to Lacrima Augsburg |  Bereavement support for children receives a donation of €8,115

Hilti Deutschland AG has donated the sum of €8,115 from its “Winter Weeks” to Lacrima Augsburg, an offer from the Johanniter in Augsburg. With these annual action weeks, social projects in the region are supported.

From left to right: Michael Rettenmaier, member of the regional board, Gabriela Becker, head of Lacrima Augsburg, Christiane May, area manager/authorized officer of Hilti Deutschland AG, Martin Kößl, sales manager for the steel/metal region of Swabia, Stephan Resch, sales consultant for Hilti Deutschland AG | Photo: Kerstin Biedermann

“We are literally speechless about this unbelievable donation amount of €8,115 from Hilti Deutschland AG. Lacrima Augsburg is an offer financed purely by donations that has existed since July 2020. Demand has increased significantly in recent years. We accompany children and young people who have lost a close relative through death. With this donation, we can now enable four children to take part for two years and buy additional handicraft materials,” reports Gabriela Becker.

The winter weeks take place every year at Hilti Deutschland AG. For every purchase of free items during the Hilti Winter Weeks, Hilti donates 5 euros to social projects and organizations. This year, Hilti has doubled this amount and donated €8,115 to Lacrima Augsburg. The employees of the local branches can make suggestions as to which social project could be supported.

“For us, the Hilti location in Gersthofen, it is a matter close to our hearts to support Lacrima Augsburg and to give children and young people a contact point so that they can look positively into the future despite the serious loss,” says Christiane May, Area Manager of Hilti Deutschland AG .

“We would like to take this opportunity to thank Hilti Deutschland AG again and Stephan Resch, sales consultant at Hilti Deutschland AG and volunteer in the Johanniter rescue service in Augsburg, who suggested our project for the winter weeks,” says Michael Rettenmaier, member of the regional board of the Johanniter in Bavarian Swabia.


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