managed by S. Remus (Communication)
The aid organization Primavera was founded1990 by ten employees of the company Robert Bosch, with the aim to help children from the slums in developing and emerging countries and to offer them a new perspective.
Although the number of members has risen considerably in the meantime, the organization still consists of former and active Bosch employees mostly. Thus, the social responsibility of the company founder Robert Bosch is being carried on in the world.
Primavera does not limit its initiatives on medical care or the basic needs of more than 30,000 children only. For the organization it is important, to offer children a way out of the poverty cycle. Therefore, we support many educational or vocational activities to to enable them an independent living in the long-term.
Supported are 37 projects in 15 different countries, which are managed by volunteering employees at the local Bosch locations and together with social facilities on site. Thus, every euro donated by members, friends, sponsors numerous events and countless private initiatives flows directly into the project groups.
Learn from our chairman why the engagement at Primavera is worth a try!
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In November 2016 Mr. Grosch (member of Primavera board) visited Chiguru Center to get an impression of the center in general and to see what happened to the donations collected on Betterplace.org. He met the boys who were directly supported by this project and also had the chance to talk to the parents of the two boys who received the hearing aids and therefore were able to hear for the first time of their lives. They expressed their greatest thanks to Primavera.
Mr. Grosch returned highly motivated to keep supporting the Chiguru Center and with a very positive impression of how the money was used to help these children in offering them a way to a self-determined life. There is still money needed to finance health and educational needs of this project.