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Even when times are tough, Kissel + Wolf maintains social responsibility

Over 15.000 Euros donated


Our medium-sized family-company based in Wiesloch, no longer gives out Christmas presents for customers and partners, but donates to charity instead. "Of course, the corona crisis has affected our company," explains Managing Director Tammo Hess. “But especially in these tough times, we want to demonstrate our social responsibility and we are absolutely delighted to be able to donate 15,000 Euros to various charitable institutions."

Recipients are: the German Red Cross, Wiesloch Chapter; the Malteser Aid Service, Wiesloch; the Junior Fire Brigade, Wiesloch; the Support Association for the ‘Agape’ Hospice, Wiesloch; the children’s hospice ‘Sterntaler’ in Dudenhofen; the Animal Protection Association for Wiesloch-Walldorf and surrounding areas; the Wald Kindergarten ‘Zipfelmützen’ in Wiesloch and the DKMS in Tübingen.

The company also handed over a significant amount of liquid hand and surface disinfectant. This is widely required right now, wherever people come into contact with each other and risk spreading the COVID-19 virus. Kissel + Wolf GmbH used its know-how and production facilities to make and supply the disinfectant - free of charge – to many public, charitable and social organisations.


Image 1: L-R: Beate Däuwel (PR Manager, Children’s Hospice ‘Sterntaler’) and Tammo Hess (Managing Director of Kissel + Wolf GmbH) during the handover of the disinfectant package.

Spendenübergabe Zipfelmütze V.l. Geschäftsführerinnen Martina Thum Und Frau Birgit Hemmer Mit Frau Wehran Der Kindergartenleiterin.
Image 2: L-R: Martina Thum, Birgit Hemmer (Supervisors ‘Zipfelmützen‘ kindergarten), Patricia Wehran (Supervisor Kinderhaus ‘Gewann Hof‘) and Tammo Hess (Managing Director of Kissel + Wolf GmbH)