For us, sustainability means that the success of entrepreneurial activity is not only based on growth and profitability, but must also focus on responsibility toward the environment and the social environment. We are committed to this idea and work together with our colleagues to further develop our sustainable corporate culture.
Everyone at Fondsdepot Bank is called upon to contribute their potential and actively engage in actions related to sustainability. We take responsibility - towards colleagues, Fondsdepot Bank, society and the environment. In our Sustainability Forum, founded in 2019, all employees have the opportunity to participate. In this circle, which consists of members from various departments and hierarchical levels, guiding principles were already decided in 2019 to guide all measures at Fondsdepot Bank. In regular meetings, ongoing actions are steered and new ideas are discussed.
In addition to our own commitment, the EU Disclosure Regulation, which will come into force on March 10, 2021, additionally requires us to publish an assessment of sustainability risks for Fondsdepot Bank. You can read about the risks we have identified for ourselves and how we deal with them here.
Fondsdepot Bank makes sure that its words about CR are followed by deeds. Thanks to the great commitment of our employees, we were able to roll out several charitable campaigns in the course of the last years.
Fondsdepot Bank has been supporting the Christian-Wolfrum primary school in Hof in various projects for several years. Most recently with a donation of 500 EUR for the redesign of the playground area.
For the fourth year in a row, Fondsdepot Bank has decided to forego Christmas presents for its partners and customers and instead donate the symbolic amount of 2,000 euros to Schutzhöhle e.V. in Hof.
The Christmas campaign with the Christian-Wolfrum Elementary School in Hof took place this year - although, due to circumstances, differently than before.
Fondsdepot Bank in Hof has once again launched a Christmas wish list campaign. As in the past, the children of the youth welfare center St. Elisabeth of the Diakonie Hochfranken were allowed to write wish lists.
A fundamental goal in the area of environmental protection is the reduction of air pollutant emissions in the company. Here, the fund platform has decided to switch to pure "green electricity" despite higher costs.
Soon becoming a tradition, employees of Fondsdepot Bank were again guests at a Christmas reading afternoon for the primary school children of the Christian-Wolfrum-Grundschule in Hof.
Already for the third time after 2017 and 2018 the Schutzhöhle e.V. in Hof receives the traditional Christmas donation of the local Fondsdepot Bank in the amount of 2.000 Euro. Among other things, the Schutzhöhle is committed to helping girls and boys who are threatened by sexualised violence or have already experienced it.
When the husband of an employee fell seriously ill and now urgently needed a stem cell donation, the Fondsdepot Bank became active. On September 30, 2019, the company, in cooperation with the DKMS, launched a registration campaign at the Hof site for all employees and their families.
Traditionally, Fondsdepot Bank supports a local association that especially supports children with a Christmas donation of €2,000. This year, the donation was awarded to the Schutzhöhle association.
In July 2018, a number of employees demonstrated their manual skills in the St. Lorenz Kindergarten. With the active support of our employees, the team built a new play house and an outdoor play kitchen for the children.
The wish list campaign that was conducted in the holiday season 2017 demonstrated how well CR awareness has been embraced by the employees. Within the scope of the campaign, the children and youths of the youth aid home St. Elisabeth of the deaconry of Hochfranken were invited to fill in a wish list worth €20. The wish lists were attached to a Christmas tree in Fondsdepot Bank, where our employees could read them and purchase the respective items.
In 2017, the Christmas donation of Fondsdepot Bank went to Schutzhöhle e.V. in Hof. This year, employees and customers again relinquished their Christmas presents in order to pool €2,000 for the donation.
In December 2017, a number of employees Fondsdepot Bank organised a Christmas read aloud afternoon for the primary school pupils of the Christian Wolfrum Primary School in Hof. More than 100 children from classes 1 to 4 listened attentively to the exciting stories our employees read out to them.
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