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Social responsibility

We believe that we can make a difference in the world through our actions. Learn more about our social commitment here.

What does social responsibility mean to us?

"Children need our special protection and support. It takes effort from all parts of society to give them a good life. It makes us proud to say that we have improved the lives of children, from a little thing like high visibility waistcoats for kindergartens to our commitment to sponsor children all over the world." (Tim Lorenz, Managing Director)

Why do we take social responsibility?

"We believe that we can make the world a little safer with our products. But there are also problems that we cannot solve with our products. That's why we get involved with various institutions, in our immediate surroundings and wherever children and families need help." (Tobias Mörk, Managing Director)

Mission Child Welfare

The issue of donations is of great importance to us. Numerous organisations support children and babies in growing up, even in difficult situations. That is why we donate 100,000.00 € to various organisations with whom we want to make the world a better place for children.

Donation project of the month

Every month we focus on a project close to the hearts of our employees. This month: the Förderkreis krebskranke Kinder e.V. (Support Group for Children with Cancer).

Förderkreis krebskranke Kinder e.V. (Support Group for Children with Cancer)

With the blue house, the association offers families of children with cancer a temporary home where parents and siblings can live and recharge their batteries during the treatment of the young patients in the immediate vicinity of the Olgahospital.

The work of the association is important because it is donation-funded and supports both parents and advances cancer research. When a child becomes ill, it is sometimes difficult to still have a good, loving family time. I think it's great that the Blue House offers families here a sheltered home for a time.
(Marcel Eisenhardt)

Would you like to learn more about the heart projects and how reer donated 100,000 € to give children a better tomorrow?

Product donations to organisations

Time and again, opportunities arise to draw attention to issues such as health and accident prevention through fundraising campaigns. 
We support the Save the Children campaign (e.g. to support children in Ukraine), have already distributed night lights in the children's wards of hospitals in the region, supported "Helping instead of Hamstering Sindelfingen" and donated changing table heaters and other products to clinics in Ghana.
Most recently, we donated changing table radiant warmers, fever thermometers, teething rings and benches to children's hospitals in Ukraine through the "Aktion Tschernobyl Hilfe".
 With these campaigns, we hope not only to support people in difficult situations, but also to draw attention to the excellent work that people do for the benefit of children.

High-visibility waistcoats for daycare centres 

Together with our partner, the Federal Working Group "More Safety for Children", we make entire day-care groups more visible and equip the children with safety waistcoats. This way, the little ones are clearly visible when the day-care group goes on an outing. This gives the children more protection and the accompanying persons a better feeling, because the group is clearly visible.

Hospice Leonberg

Children's hospice services accompany children and young people when they themselves or their parents are affected by an incurable and life-shortening illness. They accompany the lives of these children and families until death and beyond. Rainer Mörk, partner and former managing director of our company, says about this work, on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Leonberg Hospice Service, which we support:

"For decades, we as a Leonberg family business have been committed to the safety and well-being of children. That is why it is particularly close to our hearts to support the valuable work of the Leonberg outpatient children and youth hospice service. They accompany families in the most difficult times that one can only imagine as a parent. Thank you very much for your commitment!"

Felix" children's ambulance

The Björn Steiger Foundation has been working for many decades to improve the rescue system. Not only do we have them to thank for the standardised emergency numbers 110 and 112, emergency call boxes on motorways and air rescue, but as early as the 1970s they developed "Felix", an emergency ambulance especially for the needs of premature babies.

Felix is now in its 5th generation of service at various locations in Germany. As the children's emergency ambulance is not anchored in the laws of the federal states for the rescue service, we support the acquisition and operation of the children's ambulances.

Sponsored children

We regularly sponsor children through the organisation plan.de.

Support for parents of triplets

A child is the greatest happiness on earth and turns the everyday life of new parents upside down. When this happiness comes into the world in triplicate, any support is most welcome. We regularly support parents of triplets with products that make the start of the young families easier.