TRIMET supports Essen education initiative(from l.to r.) Tülay Altun and Turgay Tahtabaş from Zukunft Bildungswerk with Graham Inglis and Thomas Flesch from TRIMET.
“Our aim is to give disadvantaged children in Essen and the surrounding area greater educational opportunities. The closure of children’s day-care facilities and schools and the basic provision of services during the lockdown are making this field of work particularly essential. That is why we are especially delighted with the donation from TRIMET,” said Turgay Tahtabaş, founder and managing director of “Zukunft Bildungswerk.” The multi-award-winning charitable initiative has been providing a wide range of programs for schooling and educating children since 2015. Projects run in cooperation with Essen schools provide assistance for girls and boys on their way to obtaining their high school diploma.
As the patron of the current support project, TRIMET employee Graham Inglis handed over the check for around 5,000 euros. The IT specialist also announced that TRIMET would continue to financially support the “Zukunft Bildungswerk” initiative in the future. The donation was taken from the donation account of TRIMET in Essen, to which the workforce and the Executive Board have made regular donations in the past. The employees of the family business use the money to support social projects and initiatives in the region.