Help that works.

FSC social activities.


United Nations Global Compact

FSC is supporting as an active member since more than 5 years (since October 2013).

UNGC, einer strategischen Initiative für Unternehmen, die sich verpflichten, ihre Geschäftstätigkeiten und Strategien an zehn universell anerkannten Prinzipien aus den Bereichen Menschenrechte, Arbeitsnormen, Umweltschutz und Korruptionsbekämpfung auszurichten. Der Global Compact fordert Unternehmen auf, sich zu einem Katalog von Grundwerten aus den Bereichen Menschenrechte, Arbeitsnormen, Umweltschutz und Korruptionsbekämpfung zu bekennen, sie zu unterstützen und innerhalb ihres Einflussbereichs in die Praxis umzusetzen.

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KiKo – Aid for Children in Columbia

Fortunately, we are doing well which enables us to share with the less fortunate. And so, we continuously support the KiKo Aid for Children in Columbia charity initiative. Thanks to our direct contacts, we can be sure that our help is 100% used where it is needed most.

For more than 14 years, KiKo has been supporting the Florecer School in Popayán, Columbia. It is a therapeutic day nursery caring for traumatized and intellectually disabled children and youths.

Due to the initiative of Renate Frick, who is originally from Germany, the school has gained a wider reputation beyond the city. In addition, the Germany Ministry for Economic Cooperation approved the facility as a partner for voluntary social gap year programmes.


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Caritas Market Garden Riegel – meaningful work and social inclusion of people with disabilities

Since 2009, FSC has been supporting the work of the Caritas Market Garden Riegel in Freiburg during the pre-Christmas time.

Every year, our customers enjoy the Christmas greetings from FSC – handmade advent wreaths fresh from the black forest.

The organization focuses, among others, on providing services and facilities for people with disabilities.

The Caritas Organization of Freiburg City runs ten workshops employing approximately 1,200 people with mental handicaps, physical and multiple handicaps as well as mental illnesses.


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