No decision has been made yet about how the money will be put to use. But the list of potential projects is long, said Friedemann Hopp, the director of the facility: “We are planning a number of things, but we definitely want to invest in our outdoor area next year.” The playground and terrace are scheduled to be given a face lift. This will include new seating furniture and new playground surfacing along with hedges and trees.
One other top priority of the Münchberg children’s home is artistic activities. The institution has a broad offering to foster the creative and musical development of the children and young people. Equipment is always needed for the home’s circus productions. The facility also plans to buy tablets to facilitate home schooling for the young residents.
“We are really grateful for the annual donation that Raumedic makes and are happy that we can flexibly use the money for our projects,” said Friedemann Hopp, who has been managing the children’s home since 2018 with his deputy, Peter Hahn.