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Social commitment

We are social.

“People are at the heart of what we do” is the motto by which we embody our social responsibility towards our employees, fellow members of society and our region. We show social responsibility both internally and externally and support regional projects in particular. But see for yourself:

Social projects
SOS Children’s Villages
The Gambia
Menschen in Not (People in Need)
Campus
School
Special Olympics
TSV Kupferzell
Seniors Transport
Social projects
SOS Children’s Villages
SOS Children's Villages

Instead of giving the usual promotional presents to our customers, RECA NORM has donated to the SOS Children’s Villages association in Hohenroth, Germany every Christmas since 2013.

Donations are used for current and upcoming projects to ensure residents are able to continue living worry-free in the family and environment they’re used to.

Through our financial assistance of EUR 50,000 this year, we are supporting the construction of a new residential home for people with a greater need for care. Handover of the building is planned for April 2021.

The Gambia
The Gambia

For RECA NORM, social responsibility now plays an important and indispensable role.

RECA assists the organisation Christliche Humanitäre Hilfe Gambiahilfe through the regular provision of tools and financial support. This is enabling the establishment of an on-site training centre for craft professions.

Our trainees are also aware of this social responsibility.
They support Gambiahilfe-Hohenlohe e.V. in raising money for the education of children and young people in Gambia. The money is used, for example, to provide teaching materials and books, while technical training is supported by our products.

Menschen in Not (People in Need)
Mesnchen in Not

Menschen in Not is a relief association formed in 1970 with the support of the readership of the Heilbronner Stimme newspaper. The association supports people and families who are particularly in need or who have found themselves in emergency situations.

Numerous social organisations are provided with an assistance fund, which enables them to support their clients quickly and without bureaucracy throughout the year. Certain projects are regularly declared a priority in order to prevent emergency situations and to provide opportunities for self-help.

This project is very close to our hearts at RECA NORM because 100% of the support benefits regional organisations and therefore supports people in our area.

 

Campus
Campus SHA

Heilbronn University, Schwäbisch Hall Campus

RECA is a sponsor and promoter of the Schwäbisch Hall campus
Inspiring the next generation is important to RECA. This is why RECA has been providing financial support to the Schwäbisch Hall campus of Heilbronn University for almost ten years. RECA is thus contributing to the Heilbronn-Franken economic region.

Students get initial insights into economic processes through excursions, lectures and company fairs. In addition, RECA offers students the opportunity to complete their practical semester in the company as well as to write their bachelor’s/master’s thesis on a subject related to their course of study.
In the individual areas, work students support TEAM GREEN in their projects. “At RECA, you are welcomed with open arms. Colleagues are there to support you with help and advice” report students.

School
School

RECA offers insights into the professional world

There is close, contractually-defined collaboration between RECA and the Johann-Friedrich-Mayer school in Kupferzell, the Hohenlohe secondary school in Öhringen and the vocational business school in Schwäbisch Hall.

The objectives of these cooperative arrangements are to maintain long-term, continuous and sustainable cooperation, as well as to promote the exchange of information and experience between trainers and teachers.

This is intended to enable schools to better prepare their students for their career choices, as well as for their further training and the world of work. Students are also familiarised with training opportunities and possible professions. Job application training and a visit to RECA in Kupferzell also form part of the cooperation project.

 

Special Olympics
Special Olypmics

RECA NORM supports Special Olympics Baden-Württemberg.

The organisation helps to support people with mental and physical disabilities in their sporting activities, following the motto: Exercise is fun and improves quality of life.

RECA provides trainees who support the sports activities and competitions, accompany stations and athletes and gain valuable experience.

TSV Kupferzell
TSV Kupferzell

TSV Kupferzell is a sports club near our company headquarters. Through their work across many varied disciplines (youth football, men’s football, basketball, jazz dancing etc.) they perform an important social function in the district of Kupferzell and, especially through their youth work, they contribute to a better society. It is therefore important for us to support this commitment.

Seniors Transport
Senior mobile

RECA | CONNECTS. PERFORMS. INSPIRES.
On 3rd July 2017 this motto was brought to life in the handover of the new seniors’ minibus to the evangelical parish in Kupferzell by Managing Directors Thomas Häusele and Alexander Retzbach.

The vehicle, a VW Caravelle, is made available to the parish free of charge for trips by members of the nursing association. The aim is to improve the mobility of older people in Kupferzell so they can live at home for longer. The seniors’ minibus takes its passengers safely and punctually to their doctor’s appointments, to coffee with the Deacon on a Monday, to lunch or to Künzelsau for shopping. Between 30 and 40 Kupferzell residents use the seniors’ minibus every week. This means the bus is on the road for more than 50 hours every month.

This was made possible by the donation of a vehicle by RECA NORM GmbH on the occasion of its 25-year company anniversary. The Kupferzell seniors’ minibus has become a permanent institution and is already in its third generation.

The costs, including maintenance costs for the vehicle and any fuel costs are covered by RECA NORM. Personnel costs are covered by donations and the nursing association of the evangelical parish of Kupferzell. It is organised by the Kupferzell parish office.

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