Würth Elektronik lights up children’s eyes

Employees participate in Diaconia fundraiser for low-income families

For the second time in a row, the Young Talents of Würth Elektronik at the headquarters in Waldenburg have participated in the "Gifts under the Christmas Tree" campaign of the Schwäbisch Hall Diaconal Association. In this way, they are fulfilling the Christmas wishes of children from low-income families in the region. The trainees of the manufacturer of electronic components went on a shopping trip, wrapped the presents and handed them over to the Diaconia. On Christmas Eve, 50 children's eyes will light up.

Gifts under the Christmas tree are unfortunately not always possible for all children, even in the Schwäbisch Hall church district. As part of the "Gifts under the Christmas tree" campaign, needy families have the opportunity to hang cards with children's wishes on two Christmas trees located in the Brenzhaus and St. Michael's Church. Donors can then make these dreams come true. The campaign for those affected by child poverty is organized by the Evangelical Youth Organization and the Schwäbisch Hall Diaconal Association, as well as by the St. Michael and St. Katharina parishes.