Charity and Sponsoring

Responsibility & Sustainability
Since the foundation of the company in 1998, regional roots have played a key role. The Bornheim location in particular contributes directly to the company's success. We have achieved a lot thanks to our customers - and we want to give a lot back. That is why STAHLWERK is aware of its responsibility, which is reflected not least in its social, cultural and charitable commitment.

Together for the region
STAHLWERK is involved in many charitable and non-profit projects. For example, it has supported the German Children's Hospice Association, the Bonn Workshops, the Bonn Children's Heart Foundation, the DKMS and Aktion Leben mit Autismus e.V., as well as the Rot Gelb Wesseling 1992 e.V. association. Supporting local and regional charitable projects is an integral part of the company's philosophy.

Ambulanter Hospizdienst e.V.
The Ambulante Hospizdienst e.V. for Bornheim and Alfter is one of around 1,500 regional hospice services throughout Germany. The hospice movement works to ensure that seriously ill and dying people - as well as their relatives and loved ones - receive the greatest possible help and support.

Förderkreis Bonn e.V.
In cooperation with the Children's Cancer Centre of the University Children's Hospital Bonn, the Förderkreis Bonn e.V. supports the treatment and care of children with cancer and their families. The association is financed exclusively by donations. The team consists of professional full and part-time staff and many volunteers.

Bonner Werkstätten
For several decades, the Bonner Werkstätten have been committed to enabling people with disabilities to participate in working life under fair conditions. The varied offers create long-term professional perspectives for the people. The association is now one of the largest employers in the Bonn/Rhein-Sieg region.

Deutsche Kinderhospiz Stiftung
The German Children's Hospice Foundation accompanies children, adolescents and young adults with a life-shortening illness as well as their parents and siblings. The German Children's Hospice Association provides a forum where affected families in similar circumstances can exchange information and network. It accompanies the families and strengthens self-help.

The DKMS is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the fight against blood cancer. It was founded in Germany in 1991 by Dr. Peter Harf and since then, with over 1,000 employees today, has pursued the goal of giving as many people as possible a second chance at life with a stem cell transplant.

In 1989, kinderherzen was founded as Fördergemeinschaft Deutsche Kinderherzzentren e.V. by doctors and parents of children with heart disease. The primary goal of the non-profit organisation is to significantly improve the chances of survival, the treatment options and the quality of life for children with congenital heart defects in Germany and worldwide.
Leben mit Autismus e.V.
The association Leben mit Autismus e.V. is a self-help organisation acting in solidarity. The charitable association was founded in 2009 by parents, relatives, guardians, friends and interested professionals to help people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in Bonn.
Straßenkatzen Köln e.V.
The association Straßenkatzen Köln e.V. is dedicated to animal welfare and cares for about 200 feral cats in the greater Cologne area at more than 20 feeding stations with the aim of rehoming them in responsible homes or giving the four-legged friends the chance of a good life suitable for cats.

Day care centre Der Spatz e.V.
Der Spatz is a small day care centre for 21 children who are cared for by a team of 4 teachers. Our children have an ideal place for their development and are individually supported in their personality. Founded in 1986 as a non-profit association, many Spatzen children have already benefited from this.

Lucky Dog Hostel
Lucky Dog Hostel has been helping dogs in need since 2011. The association has made it its mission to help abandoned, abused and unwanted animals. The aim is to offer neglected four-legged friends a new home. Older dogs in particular, who have little chance of being placed, are cared for and taken into permanent care.

Support Association Hardtberg Grammar School
The support association of Bonn's Hardtberg Gymnasium is an association of parents whose children study at the HBG and former pupils. The donations enable the support association to financially support school events such as theatre performances and concerts, but also to finance teaching and learning materials that the school would otherwise have to do without.

Founded in 1988, FOUR PAWS works for a world in which people treat animals with respect and compassion. With offices in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Kosovo, the Netherlands, Switzerland, South Africa, Thailand, Ukraine, Great Britain, the USA and Vietnam, as well as shelters for animals in need in eleven countries, FOUR PAWS provides rapid help and long-term solutions.

Tierhilfe Vierbeiner Erftstadt e.V.
Since many animals are in urgent need of veterinary care after the terrible flood disaster and may even require long-term treatment, Tierhilfe Erftstadt e.V. has made it its mission to help these animals. The non-profit initiative is active regionally and cares for animals in need with a lot of commitment, heart and soul and passion.

Rot Gelb Wesseling 1992 e.V.
The sports club Rot Gelb Wesseling 1992 e.V. enables people of all ages to participate in sports. From F-youth to senior citizens, the club offers a wide range of activities. Many volunteers ensure that the games run smoothly, especially in the youth area.

SV Germania Impekhoven 1922 e.V.
SV Germania Impekhoven 1922 e.V. is an amateur sports club from Alfter. The club, which is financed by donations as well as membership fees, currently plays in the district League A and also offers the youth numerous training opportunities. The donations help to keep the club running and to equip the teams.