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"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 focus 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.

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Tebis supports the donation funded work of the WürmtalTisch food bank in Planegg, Germany

The WürmtalTisch food bank 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.). 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 from donations from individuals. If needed, WürmtalTisch volunteers purchase additional food with funds donated by companies like Tebis. Tebis is known as a local employer and supporter of WürmtalTisch, and its current donation is one of many it has given over the past years.

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