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  • Syntegon employees fulfill Christmas wishes for people with special needs
  • Joint initiative with Lebenshilfe Crailsheim and Sozialpsychiatrie Schwäbisch Hall
  • “Packaging for a good cause” drive

Crailsheim, December 15, 2023. In the run-up to Christmas, Syntegon organized a wishing tree campaign at its Crailsheim site in a joint initiative with Lebenshilfe Crailsheim e.V. and Sozialpsychiatrie Schwäbisch Hall. In keeping with the campaign motto, Verpacken für einen guten Zweck, employees brought joy to people whose lives have been affected by a physical disability or mental health issues. (Verpacken means both packaging and wrapping in German). The processing and packaging technology experts handed over 85 gifts to the two organizations.

 

Syntegon in Crailsheim

Dorothea SchürgGerullis (left) of Lebenshilfe Crailsheim e.V. presents a gift from Syntegon to Steffen Engler (right),

a resident of one of the organization's accommodations.

 

The end of the year is approaching, and with it the season of giving and reflection. Syntegon is taking this opportunity to champion a good cause. Syntegon employees rose to the occasion, fulfilling Christmas wishes as part of the “Packaging for a good cause” campaign. Each participant was asked to choose a wish, get a present, and – of course – wrap it up nicely. On December 14, the Crailsheim site’s commercial manager David Teske and Syntegon Human Resources representative Jessica Kristin Pratz presented 85 gifts to Peter Schnabel and Udo Kahler, chairmen of Lebenshilfe Crailsheim e.V., and Christoph Holl, regional manager of Samariterstiftung. The latter are going to distribute the gifts to the residents of several facilities.


Lebenshilfe Crailsheim supports people with disabilities. It works with sports associations, adult education centers, and integration assistance services in and around Crailsheim. Sozialpsychiatrie Schwäbisch Hall offers various forms of housing, a day care center, social-psychiatric services, and jobs in a workshop for people with mental health issues. 


Regionalleiter der Samariterstiftung übergibt ein Geschenk von Syntegon an Wolfgang Odenwälder

Samariterstiftung regional manager Christoph Holl (right) presents a gift from Syntegon to Wolfgang Odenwälder (left),

a resident of one of the organization's accommodations.

 

“The wishing tree drive is right in line with our mission statement, processing and packaging for a better life,” says Stephan März, site manager at Crailsheim. “We are delighted to see our employees so committed to fulfilling the Christmas wishes of disadvantaged people in our region.” The Crailsheim site’s commercial manager David Teske adds, “In the Christmas season, it is so important for us to bring joy to young people in the region. Our colleagues' efforts made that happen.”

 

Syntegon-Geschenke für den Urlaub in Crailsheim

Syntegon employees donated 85 gifts to Lebenshilfe Crailsheim e.V. and Sozialpsychiatrie Schwäbisch Hall as part

of their wishing tree drive.

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