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Holiday campaign 2015

In 2015 Tebis also supported charitable projects in place of sending holiday gifts to its customers and partners. It made donations to four regional projects as well as an international one. As in 2016, Tebis employees in the head office in Martinsried, Germany, and in the subsidiaries in Germany, selected all of the organizations and projects and independently organized and carried out the necessary measures in the past year.

The facilities supported in 2015 are listed below.

Holiday campaign 2015

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Tebis Technische Informationssysteme AG

Einsteinstraße 39 82152 Martinsried/Planegg
+49/89/81803-0 Further information

Employees from WürmtalTisch with Konstanze Stoeckl from Tebis AG (on right)

Tebis supports the work of WürmtalTisch in Planegg, Germany, which is financed through donations

WürmtalTisch is an initiative of the social welfare organization of the Protestant churches in Gräfelfing, Krailling, Planegg and surrounding areas (Evangelischer Diakonieverein Gräfelfing, Krailling, Planegg und Umgebung e.V.) and has been in existence for about 10 years.

The organization, which is run entirely by highly committed volunteers, serves roughly 150 needy persons from the immediate area once a week. The goods provided consist mostly of donations from regional businesses, but also of donations from individuals. If needed, WürmtalTisch volunteers purchase additional food with donated funds. A vehicle is used to collect and purchase additional food. The vehicle, which is also financed by donations, will have to be replaced in the coming years. Tebis is known as a local employer and supporter of WürmtalTisch; its current donation is one of many it has given over the past years.

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