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9,000 Euros donated to charity

  • Mipa News

As part of MIPA SE's annual Christmas raffle, once again a considerable amount of money was raised to benefit three social projects in the region. The proceeds from the raffle organised at the last Christmas party were topped up by MIPA SE, so that a total amount of 9,000 Euros was available, which was divided equally between the "Stille Hilfe" association, the "KlinikClowns Bayern" and the "Malteser Herzenswunsch" ambulance.

The "Stille Hilfe" association, which was founded in 2014, focuses on helping people who are in need through no fault of their own. "Stille Hilfe" tries to support people from the Landshut region who have suffered severe strokes of fate and bring a little bit of happiness back into their lives.

Malteser "Herzenswunsch-Krankenwagen" ambulance enables terminally ill people to fulfil their last wish. Specially trained volunteers accompany the patients one last time to a place of their choice. The journeys are carried out in a specially converted ambulance.

The "KlinikClowns Bayern" association was founded in 1998 and has been organising professional clown visits to Bavarian hospitals ever since. Due to the strong interest and targeted public relations work, the KlinikClowns have since been able to extend their activities to facilities for disabled people, wards for seriously ill adults, palliative care units, retirement homes and hospices.

At the official donation handover in Essenbach, Mipa CFO Robert Jungwirth and the Mipa trainees, who traditionally organise the Christmas raffle, had the opportunity to hand over the donations in person and find out more about the activities of the associations and the exact use of the donations.