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Buschjost GmbH supports the “Wünsch dir was” campaign

Many staff at Buschjost GmbH lent their support to the make-a-wish campaign “Wünsch dir was” and fulfilled the Christmas wishes of children and young people from low-income families.

Bad Oeynhausen. Social engagement in the local region is a matter of course for Buschjost GmbH. That is why the Bad Oeynhausen-based company decided not to send Christmas presents to customers and business partners this year, but instead used the money to support the make-a-wish campaign “Wünsch dir was”, which is run by the registered association Karlsson e.V. based in Herford. As part of the campaign, children and young people from low-income families can write down their Christmas wishes on a wish list. A total of 108 wish lists have now been fulfilled by Buschjost GmbH. What makes it special is that it was not only the company, but also a large number of its staff who contributed to this campaign.

“It was important for us to do something for our region,” explains Oliver Wehking, Managing Director of Buschjost GmbH. “The ‘Wünsch dir was’ campaign benefits disadvantaged children and young people from Herford, Bielefeld and the surrounding region. So it soon became clear to us that we wanted to lend our support to Karlsson e.V. again this year.” This is already the second time that Buschjost GmbH has contributed to the ‘Wünsch dir was’ campaign run by the Herford-based association to promote greater equality of opportunity among children.

Out of a total of 108 Christmas wish lists, 57 were fulfilled by staff at Buschjost GmbH. The company contributed the remaining presents, together with a donation of €200. “Many colleagues registered their support for the wish-list campaign again this year,” Vanessa Reimann, Marketing Assistant at Buschjost GmbH and organiser of the Christmas campaign, is delighted to report. “It’s a very personal gift to make a Christmas wish come true. That has convinced many of the supporters to contribute to the campaign. Managing Director Oliver Wehking is one of them: “Contributing to the wish-list campaign was something really close to our hearts. We are also very proud of the commitment shown by our team.”

 

The Christmas presents were handed over on Tuesday 15 December. Petra Imort accepted the parcels on behalf of Karlsson e. V. Together with her colleague Jutta La Mura she will now ensure that all the presents will be under the Christmas tree in time for Christmas Eve.

 
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