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ALMATO Donates New Laptops to the Kinderschutzbund Reutlingen

The time just before Christmas is often a time of stress and last-minute to-dos. However, it is also the time we sit back and think about how we can share our fortune with others. This is why this year, ALMATO supported the Kinderschutzbund Reutlingen, a charitable organization focussed on children.

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    [Translate to English:] v.l.n.r.: Eva Zimmermann, Markus Eckhoff, Ursula Schlüter und Peter Gißmann.

The Kinderschutzbund Reutlingen is an organization that helps children and their families. They offer a variety of different support programmes, a few of which are the distribution of donated clothes, a helpline and lessons.

Many children do not have access to computers or the internet at home. The Kinderschutzbund wants to help them by giving them the opportunity to work with computers. However, in the past this was not entirely possible.

"All children shoukd have access to new technologies so that they get all educational opportunities.", says Peter Gissmann, Managing Partner of ALMATO.

Which is why ALMATO donated seven new laptops to the Kinderschutzbund. Peter Gissmann and Markus Eckhoff presented the donations to the members of the organization.

"It is a great gift which will significantly benefit the children we take care of.", says Ursula Schlüter, chairwoman of the Reutlinger Kinderschutzbund.

We are excited that we can help the Kinderschutzbund with our donation.

Sara Gebhardt      18. December 2015

Author

Sara Gebhardt

Sara Gebhardt

Sara started working as Marketing Manager at ALMATO in 2015.

She has a M.A. in International Cultural and Business Studies. As part of a Double Degree Programme she spent a year in Scotland and wrote her thesis on What Would Bond Buy? An Investigation Into Young Consumers' Attitudes Towards Product Placement in Films.

After her studies, she moved to Belgium and worked for a software company as Business Developer for Germany and Spain, before moving back to her beautiful home city of Stuttgart. In her free time, she reads obsessively across all genres.