from left: Margit Däubler, Betina Ahmadyar (MGH), Christoph Kruse (3C-Carbon)
3C-Carbon once again donates a record sum to the multi-generation centre

3C-Carbon Group AG is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and is sharing the joy of its success with the Landsberg multi-generation house: the rapidly expanding group of companies in the field of development and production of high-tech fibre composite structures for automotive, mechanical engineering, medical technology and aerospace is donating a fabulous 33,333 euros to social projects.

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The AWO multi-generation centre (MGH) in Landsberg is delighted. For 13 years, the centre has been able to count on the generosity of the high-tech company from Landsberg. MGH director Betina Ahmadyar is nevertheless surprised, because the sum of 33,333 euros exceeds her wildest expectations: "We congratulate the 3C-Carbon Group AG from the bottom of our hearts and feel like a birthday boy ourselves!" Does she already have plans for how to use the money? The commitment to helping refugee women and children, which already plays a major role in the organisation, springs to mind. In view of the global situation, help in this area must not be allowed to diminish and is definitely needed.
Current challenges and cost increases, including the German government's austerity programme, have already made the team at the multi-generation centre think about how costs could be reduced. Now a load has been lifted. All projects are to be realised as planned next year. "And we will finally be able to thank our volunteers for their diverse voluntary work, send them an invitation or give them a bouquet of flowers," says Betina Ahmadyar happily.
After all, 30,000 such volunteer hours are put in every year: Volunteers pedal for rickshaw rides for senior citizens, reading mentors accompany first-time readers at primary schools and mentors support secondary school graduates. Young people help parents with childcare as babysitters and explain the use of digital devices to older people. Broken everyday items are given another chance at the Repair Café. The band and choir also make music and sing.
"Volunteer work must be recognised," says Karsten Jerschke, CEO of 3C-Carbon Group AG in Landsberg. He wants to strengthen the culture of recognition with the donation. The high-tech company believes in good social cohesion. The company location can also benefit from this.

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