Fashion Company JEANS FRITZ Collects Over 250,000 Euros For The Kinderschutzbund

Hagen / Hullhorst, hard to believe 2011 25 February: Ten years the Hullhorster fashion company for the German child protection association involved. Over 1 million euros for the protection of children gathered in the course of time. The new record was set last year: nationwide 255.371 euro was collected! Thanks to, this is the free family calendar with its success story. He is practical and there is also still plenty of sponsored odds. As thanks for a small donation JEANS FRITZ customers receive nationwide in every store this scheduler. The cheque on the German child welfare association was held in the presence of the Hagener of Mayor Jorg Dehm. Dahab is delighted about as much use for the good cause.

“Community involvement is also dependent on the support by dedicated companies. Both sides benefit from the children, but especially.” For the new JEANS FRITZ – branch in Hagen, he pressed both thumbs. Frank Eickmeier, managing partner and Frank Schwier, head of the Technical purchasing Jeans Fritz fashion trading company mbH: we have long engaged in the children welfare association and consider this as part of our corporate philosophy. The people show us in Hagen and the whole Federal territory that they find important and correct.” JEANS FRITZ bears the cost of printing and offers the ideal environment for the calendar action. Dieter Greese, and Friedhelm Guthoff, a Chairman, the other Director of the Kinderschutzbund Landesverband NRW, thanked: we want to protect children from neglect and violence. It is awesome, if through such an initiative our everyday usage is supported in the long term.” Each euro is money well spent. Especially Christa Burghardt, Director of the children welfare association chapter in Hagen was delighted. “The local association is with his work for the award it’z-good” nominated for engaged learning.

Thus, school projects of the children welfare association will be awarded. There are four groups for homework in Hagen students volunteer with 70. “Child protection is a task for the future. It is great if all tackle it together”.