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    27. January 2022

    Eurodrill GmbH supports regional associations with more than €12,000

    Eurodrill GmbH continued its tradition of supporting regional organizations, clubs, and associations in Drolshagen in 2021 by distributing new donations at the end of the year. More than €12,000 was donated in this manner, whereby one of the donations was made back in August in response to the catastrophic flooding that occurred in western Germany, as Eurodrill GmbH wanted to make sure that flood victims could be assisted quickly here. This donation was made to support the successful flood victim-aid operations conducted by the local Meinerzhagen chapter of the AWO relief organization. More specifically, Eurodrill GmbH thanked Susanne Berndt and her team at AWO Meinerzhagen for their outstanding work in local and regional networks by making a donation of €5,000.

    Eurodrill GmbH traditionally focuses its donations on programs and measures that support children and teenagers in the region, but this year we expanded our focus in view of the fact that the pandemic has made volunteer work and work in clubs and associations in general more difficult. Eurodrill thus provided support in the amount of €7,450 to regional clubs and associations in 2021.

    Sportfreunde Biggetal e.V. received €1,500, for example, which it used to purchase new jerseys – and Eurodrill is now one of the club’s sponsors as well. Eurodrill also concluded a sponsorship agreement in the amount of €1,950 with SC Drolshagen e.V. The children’s handball team in the TUS Drolshagen sports club, and the newly established Children's Fire Brigade within the Drolshagen Fire Department, each received a donation of €1,500. In addition, the Förderverein zur Erhaltung der Eichener Mühle association, which is dedicated to preserving an old mill in Drolshagen, was given a donation of €1,000 to renovate the mill’s waterwheel.

    “We identify with our region, which is why we want to take on responsibility and help make improvements in different areas,” says Eurodrill GmbH Managing Director Ralf Sönnecken. “This applies to both catastrophic situations and our ongoing local support measures in the region, which give the people who live here a sense of stability.”