Donation instead of Christmas presents
This year, KEP Europe GmbH is forgoing the shipping of Christmas presents and is donating a large share of the Christmas budget to a charitable organisation.

This year, a large share of the amount, which we usually spend on Christmas presents, will be donated to the German Childhood Cancer Foundation.

The German Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to improving treatment methods, chances of recovery and the quality of life of children suffering from cancer.

The organisation provides advice to families concerned and supports them in financial emergencies. Similarly, they promote and finance important research projects to improve the chances of recovery of this disease.

 

The lively participation of numerous companies in the “Donate Instead Of Presents” campaign has already helped raise more than 147,000 Euros (status 09/12/2015).

 

 


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