Volksbank distributes security articles to kindergartens, blackboards and rescue organisations
In road traffic, one inattentive second is often enough – and the accident has already happened. Far too often, children and young people are the victims. Against it not at all enough can be done, are convinced Volksbank and citizen donation Volksbank Pinneberg Elmshorn convinced and donated now 27,500 euro to the action child accident assistance registered association.
27.500 Euro for the campaign “Kinder-Unfallhilfe e.V.” (Children’s Accident Relief)
Since 2016, VR Bank in Holstein eG has been inviting regional entrepreneurs to barbecue and network. The event was also used to promote a good cause. Last year, more than 25,000 euros were donated by the approximately 400 participating companies. The Bürgerstiftung Volksbank Pinneberg-Elmshorn increased the sum to 27,500 euros. It is to be used in the entire circle for accident prevention.
The campaign Kinder-Unfallhilfe e.V. can be pleased about it. For 20 years the non-profit association has been committed to the safety of children and young people in road traffic, clarifies or supports children who have already had an accident. For this the association procured together with the citizen donation 2000 reflecting safety collars and 400 bicycle helmets. In addition, 400 consolation packs are distributed to fire brigades, ambulances and the technical relief organisation, because in the event of an accident, a cuddly bear can take away the fear of the little patients or distract them from the care in the ambulance.
Who can request the security articles?
Interested kindergartens, blackboards, technical relief organisations, fire brigades and rescue services can contact us to receive parts of the safety equipment for their facilities.
Security articles have already been handed over to the following institutions and organisations:
Handover of the safety collars for DLRG Pinneberg e.V. to Nils Warnecke, Head of Association Communication (Photo: Bastian Fröhlig)
Handover of the safety collars for the Mullewapp day care centre in Bad Bramstedt
Handover of the bicycle helmets for the Klaus-Groth-Schule Tornesch to teacher Mario Selck (2nd from left)
Handing over of the safety collars for the Förderwichtel e.V. Kindergarten Wichtelhöhle Norderstedt
Handover of the safety collars for the Child Protection Association Elmshorn e.V. to Elke-Maria Lutz (l.)
Handing over of the safety collars for the non-profit kindergarten Hemdingen e.V.
Handing over of the safety collars for the Ev.-Luth. Kindertagestätte St. Jürgen (Horst) to educator Frau Bock (r.)
Handover of the safety collars for the Protestant kindergarten Hindenburgdamm (Pinneberg) “Bunte Grashüpfer” to educator Karin Deutschmann (l.) and educator Stefanie Ben Cheikh (m.)
Handing over of the consolation teddies for the volunteer fire brigade Tornesch-Ahrenlohe to community leader Dirk Lolies (r.) and press officer Jochen Grünwald (2nd from l.)
Handing over of the comfort teddies and bicycle helmets for the volunteer fire brigade Barmstedt to equipment keeper and deputy train driver Peter Huckfeldt (l.) and deputy group leader Horst Schlüter (m.)
Handover of the safety collars for the Waldkindergarten Elmshorn e.V.
Handing over of the safety collars for the day care centre Wittekstraße (Pinneberg) of Lebenshilfe
Handover of the safety collars for the day care centre Langelohe (Elmshorn) of Lebenshilfe to head Kai Zipperling (2nd from right) and nursery nurse Daniela Brünnicke (2nd from left)
Handing over of the consolation teddies for the Hohenfelde volunteer fire brigade to community leader Bernd Reumann (l.) and deputy community leader Marc Wagner (r.)
Handing over of the consolation deejay for the volunteer fire brigade Moorrege to community leader Sven Heitmann
Handing over of the comfort teddies for the THW local association Barmstedt to train troop leader Sven Lücke (l.) and driver Miljan Hückelheim (r.)
Handover of the consolation teddies for the Schenefeld volunteer fire brigade to community leader Tomas Berens (r.) and press spokesman Dennis Fuchs (l.)
Handing over of the consolation teddies for the volunteer fire brigade Rellingen to community brigade leader Kai-Uwe Otto
Handover of the consolation teddies for the volunteer fire brigade Tangstedt to deputy community brigade leader Florian Jarzebski (r.)
Handover of the comfort teddies for DLRG Elmshorn e.V. to Alexander Gierke (l.), Technical Director of Operations
Handing over of the comfort teddies for the volunteer fire brigade Quickborn to community leader Wido Schön (r.) and deputy community leader Daniel Dähn (l.)
Handing over of the consolation teddies for the volunteer fire brigade Bönningstedt to community brigade leader Stefan Birke (r.)
The bicycle helmets are intended for children who would face financial problems if they had to buy them. Safety takes precedence over costs. Under these conditions it is possible to give them to blackboards and school associations.
Sizes: S (48-54 cm) M (54-58 cm) L (58-61 cm)
The safety collars are intended for delivery to kindergartens to ensure greater safety through the visibility of children in road traffic.
comfort teddy bears
The Consolation Teddies are intended for aid organisations to relieve the children of fear and comfort in the event of an accident on site.
The allocation shall be made subject to reservation on the basis of the limited quota. There is no legal entitlement to an allocation. The allocation will be made to the aforementioned organisations and kindergartens in the business area of VR Bank in Holstein eG on a first come, first served basis and should be completed by the end of October.