We have built our company up with lots of team spirit and unity across all levels of management. We believe these attributes have helped blache medical become what it is today. These qualities are also key in other areas of life, such as in team sports, clubs, and community events. This is why we think sponsoring and financially supporting voluntary work is so important. We want to support and promote clubs and organizations primarily locally, but also internationally. “We want to give something back to the people in the region where our success has come from.” says CEO Sven Blache.

These are our current sponsorship projects:

This season, we sponsored a jersey set for both youth soccer teams of Wellendingen. We hope, of course, that the boys will score many goals in their new jerseys and win lots of games.

The “St. John Accident Assistance” organization has initiated a project specifically for children. The Protestant aid organization cares for people from birth to old age and, with 17 clinics nationwide, is a mainstay of the healthcare system. The “St. John” group has published a coloring, game, and workbook that teaches first aid in an age-appropriate way for youth. The kindergarten in Wellendingen is using the book “First Aid Workers of Tomorrow” – with our financial support.

The fifth season (Carnival season for us here in Germany) of the year is the best for many people – including our boss Sven Blache. As an active member of the Narrenzunft (Carnival Club) Wellendingen, he is regularly a part of the Fasnet (Fasching celebrations). Next year, the Narrenzunft will celebrate its 100th anniversary with the big Landschaftstreffen (Landscapers meeting) Neckar-Alb from January 26 to 28, and blache medical will be the main sponsor and key partner. In addition, CEO Sven Blache takes care of the organization and is looking forward to more sponsorship opportunities.

The events have led across the big pond in mid-September. As a sponsor of the Paragon 28 charity golf tournament in Littleton, Colorado (USA) blache medical supports the non-profit organization “Houses for Warriors”. This organization provides veterans, military and first responders experiencing homelessness with a community living environment where they can receive personalized care. There they also receive professional help in finding work and developing as individuals.