Social Engagement

WHO LIVES WITH EACH OTHER, SHOULD BE CARE FOR EACH OTHER

When it comes to togetherness, we have always had a firm point of view. For Arno Hentschel, the founder of Arno Hentschel GmbH, it was a deep concern during his lifetime to draw attention to people who are different - and to support and promote them to the best of their abilities.

USE, SUPPORT AND ACCOMPANYING

In 1998, the Arno Hentschel Foundation was founded, which today under the umbrella of the Diakoniewerk Oberlausitz e. V. is conducted. This institution has set itself the task of providing assistance to those people who, due to their age or disability, need care,support and support in shaping their lives. In accordance with its statutes, the Foundation can "promote measures to improve the quality of life of the Diakoniewerk Oberlausitz e. Serve living people with mental and physical disabilities. "

BUSINESS SUCCESS STIMULATES OUR COMMITMENT

Together we work at ARNELL with Diakoniewerk Oberlausitz e. V. work closely together to be successful in business. The collaboration benefits both sides in the work and commitment of the Arno Hentschel Foundation, which is involved in the business success of ARNELL.

Among other things, the Arno-Hentschel Foundation supports measures for the acquisition of new musical instruments, the accompaniment of therapeutic offers and leisure projects. To improve the quality of life of people with disabilities, structural modernization projects are also promoted.

always one step ahead, a a little faster, always a bit more efficient – there are many things in our favour.

All cooperation is based on trust. We place ourselves in the mind-set of our customers and we are involved in the goal-orientated planning and processes. This helps us to actively look for solutions, and it helps our customers because they can rely on us to provide a solution. Together, we achieve challenging projects. In doing so, we rely on our problem-solving expertise, whereas the customer relies on us. We see our customers as partners. How do you see us?