3C-CARBON | 17. Dec 2020
Even in difficult times, 3C-Carbon Group AG once again shows a heart for local voluntary work and once again provides generous financial support for the AWO's multi-generation house (MGH) in Landsberg. The high-tech company is donating 20,000 euros, and the campaign is thus already celebrating its 10th anniversary.
The meeting of the generations is actually the highest goal at the multi-generation house, but contact restrictions put a spanner in the works this year: older people were supposed to keep their distance, contacts with children and young people were considered questionable. "But especially in difficult times we have to stick together," said Karsten Jerschke, CEO of 3C-Carbon Group AG, and wished all volunteers a Merry Christmas with the donation to the MGH. He understands his financial injection as recognition and as motivation not to give up.
"Among the very important projects are our activities in the schools, such as the reading mentors at all primary schools in the district or the mentors in the secondary schools," explains Betina Ahmadyar, who took over the MGH management in spring. So far, not a day has gone by in the usual routine; hygiene measures accompany her everyday life at the MGH just as much as the many digital innovations. She was all the more pleased about the commitment of her esteemed partner from the business world, the 3C-Carbon Group AG in Landsberg. The group of companies is thus sticking to its long-standing cooperation with the AWO facility and is once again supporting the MGH with the sum of 20,000 euros, which was raised last year.
"The cohesion of society should be further strengthened!" is the message from 3C-Carbon Group AG again this year. The economy benefits from the good cooperation between the generations with many positive impulses for a good atmosphere of the 3C-Carbon location. MGH director Betina Ahmadyar reacted with relief and expressed her gratitude for the sustainable cooperation, which is an important part of her financial planning. Under the umbrella of the multigenerational house, around 150 citizens are involved in more than 20 projects.