In 2021, the LogiPlus Group will again forego Christmas presents for business partners and customers. For many years, it has been a matter close to the heart of the SAP consulting company to support institutions in the region that work for children. This year, the donation of 3,000 € will go to the Sterntaler children’s hospice in Dudenhofen.
Since 2009, children and adolescents with life-shortening illnesses have been admitted to the Sterntaler inpatient children’s hospice and cared for together with their parents and siblings. Qualified nursing staff and educators provide this care around the clock. The facility is mainly financed and supported by donations and volunteers. The facility would like to use the donation to finance the family rooms in which the families are accommodated during the stay of their children.
LogiPlus Managing Director Axel Kunkelmann and Christian Speck, Head of Marketing at LogiPlus, came to Dudenhofen to hand over the donation. There they were warmly welcomed by Sterntaler employee Beate Däuwel.
“We are very happy about the LogiPlus donation,” said Sterntaler employee Beate Däuwel. And added: “Like all inpatient children’s hospices in Germany, we are urgently dependent on donations. This is the only way we can help children with life-shortening illnesses and their families in all ways. And the fact that there are only 17 inpatient children’s hospices in the whole of Germany, which unfortunately leads to a long waiting list, does not make the situation any easier.“
Beate Däuwel bedankte sich ganz herzlich bei den LogiPlus-Vertretern für die Spende. Geschäftsführer Axel betonte dabei: „Es stimmt uns traurig, dass die besonderen Umstände durch die Corona-Pandemie und der Ausfall vieler Veranstaltungen zu einem erheblichen Rückgang des Spendenaufkommens geführt haben. Umso mehr freut es uns, dass wir mit dieser Spende einen Beitrag zur Finanzierung dieser beeindruckenden Aufgaben leisten können.“
Beate Däuwel warmly thanked the LogiPlus representatives for the donation. Managing Director Axel emphasised: “It saddens us that the special circumstances caused by the Corona pandemic and the cancellation of many events have led to a considerable decline in donations. We are all the more pleased that we can contribute to the financing of these impressive tasks with this donation.”