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Social responsibility at Tebis

"We are fully committed to serving society," says Tebis AG Chairman of the Board Bernhard Rindfleisch. "Our guidelines are based on a set of values that focuses on community." Tebis creates secure jobs for its employees and ensures a healthy work/life balance. Tebis also fulfills its social responsibility outside of the workplace. The company is involved in social and cultural activities, encourages the personal commitment of its employees and, at least once a year, supports regional, supra-regional and international projects.

Social responsibility at Tebis

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The lunch table at "Meals for Children"

Tebis pays for food in the "Meals for Children" project group in Göppingen, Germany

The "Meals for Children" project group, financed exclusively by donations, has offered free lunches for children and young people − mainly from poverty-stricken families − since July 2010.

The lunch table is located in the facilities of the SOS aid center for children and young people in Göppingen and is run in collaboration with the social affairs committee of the Local Agenda 21, also in Göppingen. This free lunch program is supplemented by educational activities. Tebis is financing the basic expenses for the lunch in 2017. Last year, Tebis already provided the funds for meals for 2016.

 

 

 

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