With the jewelry items, Mauritia Mack (Europa-Park) supports chosen social projects- together with the well-known glass- and jewelry manufacturer Leonardo. Thanks to the new summer collection and the support of the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation, the European House of the meeting for underprivileged children and youngsters along the Way of St. James in the North of Spain can be promoted.
Handing over the check to the Förderverein für krebskranke Kinder e.V., from left to right: Marianne and Roland Mack (Europa-Park), Oliver and Bianca Kleine (Leonardo) , Mauritia and Jürgen Mack (Europa-Park), Werner Kimmig (Board member Förderverein krebskranke Kinder), Prof. Dr. Charlotte Niemeyer (university professor Freiburg) and Markus Herbst (Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation)
At a summer event in the colorful atmosphere of the historic Schlosspark Balthasar in Germany's biggest amusement park, Mauritia Mack, Oliver and Bianca Kleine as well as Regine Sixt presented the new charity jewelry collection 2012. The audience was also told about the successes of the charity collection of the past year. Part of the proceeds of the items sold went to the childhood home of the Förderverein für krebskranke Kinder e.V. in Freiburg.
Left to right: Regine Sixt, Bianca Kleine and Mauritia Mack in the historic Schlosspark Balthasar of the Europa-Park in Rust near Freiburg
A check the amount of € 21,500 was handed over to Freiburg University Clinic. The Europa-Park and Leonardo write their charity concept big these family enterprises are delighted to support children and young people in need with the proceeds of these special jewelry collections.