2018-07-31 | Company-News
Apprentices get involved with the Lebenshilfe Kinzig und Elztal
Social commitment of the apprentices of August Faller at Waldkirch site.
Under the direction of Natalie Anhorn, apprentices from the August Faller Group are supervised during their specialist training. Having to organise projects themselves encourages and supports the young people in their personal development. It’s important to the apprentices that they carry out their projects in the social field.
And this year, the Lebenshilfe Kinzig und Elztal was delighted to be the Faller apprentices’ social project. On 29.06.18, the organisation marked its 50th year with an anniversary celebration organised with the support of the apprentices. In coordination with the Lebenshilfe staff, the apprentices were responsible for setting up and packing away the festivities at the host’s venue. All the table and room decorations and the materials purchased were entirely organised and set up by the apprentices. The assistance they provided in taking care of the numerous residents and visitors was gratefully accepted.
“It was a really great experience to get to know the residents of the institution in Elzach and the work of Lebenshilfe Kinzig und Elztal,” said Justine Linder, apprentice administrative assistant at August Faller Group.
About Lebenshilfe Kinzig und Elztal:
Lebenshilfe im Kinzig- und Elztal helps people with disabilities by providing employment, care and accommodation. The association counsels and supports their relatives. It strives to enable people with disabilities to play a part in community life throughout the Kinzig- und Elztal region. Further information is provided on Lebenshilfe Kinzig und Elztal