Social responsibility.

Deeds instead of words.

We are aware of our social responsibility. For many years, we have supported aid organizations Caritas and the Red Cross as well as several social projects. 


  • Immanuel House

    Mother and Child House in Vienna, CARITAS

    Immanuel House is a transitional residence for homeless women and their children. It is open to women of any nationality and religious affiliation. The intensively supervised small apartments are integrated into a classic Viennese residential house. A trained team accompanies and supports the families during their stay there. The goal is to accompany the women until they can organize their lives independently again.

  • JUCA

    Youth centre in Vienna, CARITAS

    The JUCA is a home for young, homeless men and women. A team of social workers and counsellors supports the young adults in overcoming personal, legal, social and financial problems as well as general crisis situations. Together, they look for ways in which the residents can get their lives back on track.

  • ZPC

    ZWI Perez Chajes School

    The ZPCS is a public school with public rights. It comprises a private kindergarten, a private primary school and associated after-school care centre as well as a private secondary school with public rights. The school offers all subjects of the educational canon prescribed by the Austrian education system as well as subjects beyond this. The team of teachers also pursues the goals of education, general education and personal development in a complex unit. The integration of children with a migration background, children with disabilities as well as social and psychosocial problems is an important concern of the ZPCS. Our contribution directly finances the implementation of educational projects focussing on language skills.

  • CliniClowns

    Hospital visits by laughter therapists

    Laughter as medicine. With their visits, the CliniClowns give sick children, adults and geriatric patients the joy of life and let them briefly forget their physical pain and mental suffering. The clowns are specifically trained individuals, including social workers, freelance artists, educators and therapists. “Clown therapy" is a complement to conventional medicine and has a positive effect on recovery.

  • Immediate help

    Red Cross and Caritas

    Our society is currently facing tasks that we have not had to deal with for decades. With our acute support, we want to make a contribution to ensuring that these institutions can help all those who need this help more urgently than ever, even in these particularly challenging times.

Social Commitment

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