Light and warmth for Ukraine
SÜLZLE Group supports Gustav-Adolf-Werk
The SÜLZLE Group’s donation of 15,000 euros was used for power generators in western Ukraine before Christmas. The aim is to ensure that the families who want to stay in Ukraine do not have to leave because of the cold. “For us, it is important that people can hope and believe again at a time like this,” said Edith Kuret, a member of the SÜLZLE Group management, when handing over the donation to Pastor Enno Haaks on 12 December. Haaks is General Secretary at the Gustav-Adolf-Werk based in Leipzig. The diaspora work of the Protestant Church in Germany has been helping, among others, the people in Ukraine and all those who have been forced to flee since the Russian attack. In order to secure the current power supply during extreme frost, a transporter of the Gustav-Adolf-Werk from Baden-Württemberg set off on 14 December for Ukraine, loaded with 30 generators. Ten of them were purchased with the donation from the SÜLZLE Group and distributed to needy families, kindergartens, schools and public institutions.
Embark on the eventful round tour of the biodiversity trail in the Generationenpark in the Pfingsthalde Rosenfeld.
Picture from left: Edith Kuret (Member of the Management Board of the SÜLZLE Group), Pastor Enno Haaks (General Secretary at Gustav-Adolf-Werk e.V.) and Heinrich Sülzle (Managing Partner of the SÜLZLE Group) at the handover of donations on 12 December 2022.
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