PC donation Stiftung Kinderzukunft


Computer science lessons are ensured: Steinbach & Partner has donated new personal computers


Doing good is sometimes very close: The Stiftung Kinderzukunft has its headquarters in Germany near our Frankfurt office. The foundation has been supporting aid projects for children worldwide for 35 years. Daniela Mesbah, Managing Partner at Steinbach & Partner, got involved voluntarily with her team and supported the foundation with a donation to purchase PCs. As a representative of Steinbach & Partner, she presented the foundation with a cheque for 1,500 EUR last Saturday as part of the 35th-anniversary celebration of ‘Hilfe für Kinder in Not’: 5 new PCs could be purchased through the donation for a children's village in Bosnia and Herzegovina.


"The computers have been purchased and the excitement is great. With the new acquisition, the computer science lessons are secured, and the children will benefit from them in their future life," says Vera Berding from the Stiftung Kinderzukunft and sends greetings from Osman Pozderovic, the director of the Selo Mira children's village in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He said: "It means a lot to us that we can train our children in computer science so that they can acquire the basic skills they need for a better future. Thanks to the support, we can give the children this core competence and thus increase their chances in the job market. Many greetings and a big thank you again!"


At the anniversary celebration with prominent guests from politics, sports, and society, Daniela Mesbah and the team from Steinbach & Partner gained a comprehensive impression of the work of the Stiftung Kinderzukunft. What is special about the foundation is that 100 percent of the donations directly benefit the children, as according to the statutes the administrative costs are covered by the income from the foundation's assets. She and her team are impressed by the dedication of the staff and the outreach of the foundation: "As we all know, children come into the world with very different starting conditions. It's good when as many as possible contribute to helping those who don't have it that easy."


Among the prominent supporters of the foundation are Toni Schuhmacher, Jessica Schwarz, Rudi Völler, Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, and Gerald Asamoah, who received the Children's Future Award during the evening for his Gerald Asamoah Foundation for children with heart disease.


Picture : Claus Tews