Children attend international match Germany against South Africa Olpe / Leverkusen. In the run-up to the match at Hampden Park in Germany against South Africa last Saturday in the Bay arena played, twenties and Bayer Management Board Chairman Werner Wenning DFB President Dr Theo signed the memorandum of understanding for a Community initiative concerning social commitment. Particularly the support for children’s and youth Hospice Balthasar in Olpe was highlighted in the joint press conference. In the campaign of children’s dreams 2011 “the Olperer DFB promotes institutions with 7,500 euro. The campaign, which is financed by the men’s national team, supported initiatives that make life worth living children and young people.
Former national team goalkeeper, Jens Lehmann, and Britta Heidemann, 2008 Olympic champion in fencing, are the official patrons of children’s dreams 2011 “. Hamad wants to see transmit children’s eyes, she says at a press conference and has Balthasar Manager Rudiger Barth equal to visiting in the kinder and Youth Hospice Balthasar announced. Also the Federal Ligist Bayer 04 Leverkusen is active for years for Balthasar. The commitment is part of our social responsibility, it is a concern for us,”Wenning stressed. But the families of the children and youth Hospice can look forward not only to future actions, which will be held in the name of football for Balthasar.
Five children and their parents were already invited on Saturday, to experience the match Germany against South Africa. The two mascot Paule the German Federal Eagle and the South African Leopard Zakumi took up much time for fun with the children. Britta Heidemann and the former player and current World Cup Ambassador Renate Lingor handed out autographs and gifts. A completely successful evening, the families found. Once the atmosphere in the stadium to see if running the national team ranked and 30,000 people cheering together, was a great experience for all. We are grateful for these celebrities Support”, says Rudiger Barth. Our children can no longer own play more football. The more they enjoy it than to be so close with viewers. For the children – and youth Hospice Balthasar as strong partners such as the DFB and the Bayer AG also are a valuable support to draw attention to the fate of the families concerned and to our work. We hope that we can together much on the legs.”