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Social responsibility

The Stanglwirt team sponsors a child with World Vision

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With their strong sense of social commitment, the Hauser family and the employees at the Stanglwirt offer a better future to deprived children in the poorest countries of the world as part of the child sponsorship scheme operated by World Vision Austria.

Our Stanglwirt team is helping a little girl called Nomfundo in Swaziland to have a better future. By donating just one euro a day, her sponsors at the Stanglwirt are changing the life of little Nomfundo. She is one of the lucky sponsored children who, thanks to this financial aid, have the chance of better medical care and an education.

The Service team at the Stanglwirt are also bringing a smile to the face of a boy called Lo Van Huy in Vietnam. The Service team is pleased to be able to help one of the needy children in Vietnam. Thanks to their financial support, Lo Van Huy can access healthy food and medical care.

The Reception team is also playing its part in the World Vision project by sponsoring a little girl called Lindelwa in Swaziland. Lindelwa's life has also changed for the better thanks to the help from the Stanglwirt team. The assistance is improving the general living conditions of the sponsored child and helping the little girl towards a better future.

Ever since the partnership with World Vision Austria began, our Stanglwirt teams have helped all the sponsored children with financial contributions (one euro a day) and gifts on special occasions such as birthdays, Easter and Christmas.

All material contributions are donated by the Stanglwirt team, the Hauser family and the Stangl-Shop. As part of the sponsorship arrangement, help is provided if any problems arise.

Social responsibility is extremely important to both the Hauser family and the whole Stanglwirt team. For us, helping to improve the future prospects of the many disadvantaged children in the poorest countries of the world is something very close to our hearts.

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