More than teeth
The funding and support projects of the dental specialists of KU64
Every year, the dental specialists at KU64 support a number of non-profit projects (social responsibility projects) in Berlin, Germany and abroad. The projects do not see themselves as one-off funding and aid projects, but as long-term projects. If you would like to support us, please note the note at the bottom of this page!
Our South Africa Project
One of our most important projects is the treatment of an entire school in South African paternoster every January. The project WESTCOAST KIDS (www.westcoastkids.co.za) was initiated by our patient and foundation manager of LAUREATE Simone Jacke in cooperation with the non-profit Association BIG SMILE E.V. (International Institute for Caries Prophylaxis) from Hamburg and the dental specialists from KU64. “Sustainability is a declared goal of the project,” says dentist and KU64 owner Dr. Stephan Ziegler.” Finally, we want to make a valuable contribution to the long-term health of children in South Africa, for example. Accordingly, dental preservation and prevention are also our top priority in our treatments. And so the children are also trained to brush their teeth properly – because effective oral hygiene is also the best protection against tooth decay and periodontosis at this end of the world.
A big thank you to our partners
It is obvious that such an action is only possible with the help of strong partners: Numerous partners in the dental field have supported KU64’s commitment with generous donations in kind, including Henry Scheindepot, MIP GmbH, Smile Design Dentallabor, Voco GmbH, 3M Espe, Curaprox, Onedroponly, Camlog, MIP, multi-com.biz and Resorba, as well as the Ivoclar. But non-medical companies, such as Handelsplan AG, are also supporters of the campaign or the Strandloper Sea Villas, which sponsored KU64’s 3 houses where the KU64 team was housed throughout the treatment period.
We would also like to thank the small and large donors, because every contribution benefits the children. Special thanks to our generous donor from Schwielowsee (Brandenburg): Metallbau Böse GmbH
A selection of KU64 help projects
In addition to our involvement in South Africa, we also use the KU64 dental specialists for children’s aid projects at the local level, e.g. for the Ark and the Laughing Hearts initiative, as well as for the children’s and youth departments of numerous children’s sports clubs.
Current Social Responsibility Projects:
since 2006: the cyclist Hennig Bommel. We are there when he cycles through Europe! The KU64 logo adorns the athlete’s jerseys
since 2006: the r.Kaniss workshop for people with disabilities in their training
since 2009: the treatment of school children in South Africa as part of the aid project WESTCOAST KIDS of the Laureate Foundation in cooperation with the non-profit association BIG SMILE E.V.
since 2013: the Berlin athlete in speedscating (speed skating) Julius Frendel
since 2014: the Berlin speed skater Jonas Pflug
since 2014: the volleyball players of VORSPIEL BERLIN with the team name BERLIN CALLING
since 2016: Smile-Packages – we send aid packagesworldwide toprovide socially weak children on the ground with optimal dental health education
2016: Donation run of the Gymnasium am Grauen Kloster (Salzbrunner Str. 41, 14193 Berlin)
2009-2014: the initiative for home children Laughing Hearts e.V.
2015: Toy collection campaign together with JAM FM for needy children and families
2015: the beach duo professional beach volleyball players Luise Rossek and Caroline Eggert on their way to the German beach volleyball elite!
2013: Berlin’s HOPE FOUNDATION with donations in kind. The collective action was organized and carried out by KU64 dentist Dr. Birte Berding (www.KU64.de). Interested parties can find out more about the non-profit project in Cameroon here and contribute in kind:www.hope-found.org
2012-2013: the F-Youth of BFC Prussia 1894 e.V. – one of the oldest football clubs in Berlin and the largest football club in Lankwitz!
2012-2013: the 2nd D-football team of SSC Südwest 1947 e.V. Berlin
since 2012: the kick-box youth team KBJ Berlin e.V.. KU64 presents the competition training suits with the eye-catching KU64 logo on the sleeves for the young athletes between the ages of 6 and 16, headed by Peter Jäger. Among others in the team: Vicenca and Jelena Petrovic, both internationally successful and both patients at KU64!
2012-2013: the ballet and dance school of Eva Krüger in Charlottenburg. The ballet school has existed since 1984. Several dance teachers teach ballet, jazz dance and hip hop to kids from 3, teens and adults. The offer also includes ballet gymnastics, yoga and pilates. Click here to visit the website of the ballet school of Eva Krüger.
2012: Tennis Borussia Berlin U12 football team
2011: the children’s project Arche Berlin – KU64 equips the communal rooms of the Ark Berlin with donations in kind, such as PCs, printers, etc.
2011: the children’s hospice Berliner Herz
2011: the Reinickendorf Foxes (the youth department in the field of football)
2011: the football team of the BSC Prussia 07 e.V.
2010: the student team Berlin Rebels (American Football)
2010: all schools and swimming pools in Berlin with SOS dental rescue boxes for the rescue and preservation of broken teeth
Praise and recognition
Of course, we are particularly pleased about the recognition by the Grenander Award 2011, which honours exceptionally service-oriented companies and social projects from the City Working Group. In the jury’s eulogy for KU64, special reference was made to the dental aid project in South Africa, which our team has been carrying out on a voluntary basis since 2009. “Exemplary and worthy of prize!” the jury judged. Thank you very much for that.
We would like to thank you in advance for donations to:
BIG SMILE e.V.
International Institute of Caries Prophylaxis
German Pharmacist and Medical Bank
IBAN: DE19 3006 0601 0004 1431 71
More information: http://www.big-smile-ev.com/de/spenden.html
Request donation receipt at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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