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Hager Group supports a German refugee initiative
Under the banner of the initiative ‘All together’ (“Wir zusammen”), Hager Group has committed to making a real and lasting contribution to the integration of refugees in Germany.
’All together’ is an initiative set up by German companies and their employees to support people who have had to flee from war and crisis zones. Nearly 60 renowned companies have already joined the initiative since the project was launched at the end of 2015, and the number is growing steadily.
With our commitment, we want to send a signal that Germany is an open and tolerant place that takes in people in need. This is also largely in keeping with our corporate values of courage, authenticity and integrity. From the very beginning, our founders worked across borders to bring together people from different cultures, languages and nations. This openness has made us strong. Today, people from 60 different nations work in our company; in other words, diversity has always been part of the culture of our company.
Our commitment to ’All Together’ is headed by the Peter-und-Luise-Hager Foundation. We are focusing on the promotion of language courses and integration into the labour market.
What are we doing specifically?
Last year, using donations of cash and goods, we supported a refugee class at a grammar school in Dortmund. At the beginning of 2016, we sponsored the Ensheim/Eschringen refugee aid centre (close to our location in Blieskastel).
We are currently supporting the Blieskastel Refugee Aid Association and Saarbrücken’s ‘Arrive’ (“Ankommen”) network. The goal of both initiatives is to offer arriving refugees a place to start, to create a meeting place for refugees and volunteers and to provide unbureaucratic help with any problems that emerge.
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