On June 16, the members of HERO 2020, Anyievo-Ekpui/Togo e.V. were guests at the TEC Center in Kelkheim, the headquarters of the foundation. At the end of the event, the HERO Award and the check with the prize money of € 7,000 were ceremoniously handed over.
Ms. Gerber, TOOLS FOR LIFE ambassador, gives an interview about her commitment to the foundation and the partner organization Jagori Grameen.
Read in the article of the Höchster Kreisblatt (in German) from 23.03.2021 about the latest foundation activities of the TOOLS FOR LIFE Foundation.
60 young shepherds from Semonkong, Lesotho, have access to a sustainable light source thanks to Burning Hearts.
On July 28th from 10 am Frankfurter Sparkasse will double all donations up to 100€ for our project "School Scholarship for Girls" in Togo.
Dr. Sandra Rothenberger, president of the TOOLS FOR LIFE Foundation, gives an interview on the foundation's work.
The Family Business Network (FBN), a network of family organizations, handed a 1,000 € donation to TOOLS FOR LIFE!
Visiting the Association „Hilfe für Afrika-Wasser für Senegal e.V.“[Aid for Africa-Water for Senegal]
On 13.07.2019, the TOOLS FOR LIFE Foundation took part in the annual general meeting of the charitable association „Hilfe für Afrika–Wasser für Senegal“.
On the occasion of his 70th birthday, Dr. Helmut Rothenberger, initiator of the TOOLS FOR LIFE foundation, received a special gift: The employees of ROTHENBERGER AG, of which Dr. Rothenberger is Chairman of the Board, collected money worldwide for the foundation to enable him to support an issue close to his heart.
Our HERO 2017 is the Indian women’s rights organisation Jagori Rural Charitable Trust, which works towards a more just society.
We received good news from Mongolia – in 2016 we had collected funds to support the Mongolian organization Lotus which has taken care of abandoned and vulnerable children in Mongolia since 1995.
Every year, the foundation TOOLS FOR LIFE recognizes people who demonstrate social commitment in their spare time.
We are very pleased that our project partner EWB has now finalised the second project stage of the construction of the sanitation and drinking water complex at the Secondary School in Iyolwa, Uganda, both on time and within the Budget.
In co-operation with the charitable association PROBONO, we support the construction of a well at a girls‘ school in Mwanda, Tanzania.
It's big day today for Alexander Butz and Ian Vargas. The two employees of the ROTHENBERGER group of companies start for their "Your commitment" trip to Uganda today.
Together with Engineers without borders (EWB) we start into part two of our Iyolwa-Project project in Uganda.
The 29.9. marks the date: for the 6. time TOOLS FOR LIFE announces its invitation to tender among ROTHENBERGER employees worldwide to travel as part of the "Your commitment" staff.
TOOLS FOR LIFE is receiving energetic support: The employees of ROTHENBERGER are joining together to support us with our work.
The University of Innsbruck School of Management hosted an international working seminar in February with more than 200 students from over 20 countries.
Congratulations! Our HERO of 2015 has been awarded to the Malsfelder Werkstätten by the Baunatal Diakonie Kassel e.V. (bdks), which has been working for ROTHENBERGER for more than 15 years.
New Year – New Project: We are very pleased to be able to support our new partner, the Solar Energy Foundation, in building Solar Villages in the poorest areas of the world.
Ingried Gerber, our technical trainer at ROTHENBERER, arrived in India to visit and support the project Jagorirameen of Abha Bhaiya.
The first German lesson for refugees started at the ROTHENBERGER Headquarter Wednesday December 3, at 10.00 am.
The first part of this project is done! The construction of the sanitation complex has been completed as planned and we are very happy that all went well.
As part of the "We help" initiative Dr. Helmut Rothenberger donated 10,000 EUR today for the refugees living in the Huenxe area.
Excited and curious were the 16 participants of the German class for refugees in Kelkheim-Fischbach when TOOLS FOR LIFE presented the new German textbooks to Kelkheim's civic refugee support.
Yesterday we presented our foundation at the Hessian state government as candidate for the "Hessian foundation of the year 2015".
Take-off will be on September 29,2015: the two ROTHENBERGER employees Ross Dickinson from England and Timm Wagenknecht from Germany will travel with the "Engineers without borders"-Team from Karlsruhe/Germany to Uganda.
Women have a difficult position in India. Even though legislation supports the equality of men and women now, the poor status of women and the consequent discrimination are still deeply anchored in Society.
We are very pleased to report that the Collège in Mbousnakh was inaugurated in April and is now in full Operation.
The deep well project in Pallo, Senegal, is one of the biggest water projects supported by TOOLS FOR LIFE to date.
What a joy! On February 4, Dr. Sabine Rothenberger, member of the TOOLS FOR LIFE Board, presented the funds of last year’s Christmas campaign to Father Antonios in Athens.
The die is cast: Father Antonios from Athens, Greece, and his initiative "Ark of the world" were chosen to be the HERO 2014 for this year's christmas campaign "Donation instead of gifts".
In the beginning of 2014 the foundation started the TOOLS FOR LIFE HEROs 2014 initiative.
On April 8, 2014, an airplane flew in the direction of Senegal and Patrick Arbeiter, area sales representative from ROTHENBERGER Germany GmbH, was on board.
The Hessian state government presented the TOOLS FOR LIFE Foundation the Foundation of the Month February 2014 Award.
On January 23, 2014, a new TOOLS FOR LIFE school was opened in Gouye-Ndigou.
The worldwide ROTHENBERGER “Core Business Leadership Contribution 2013” donates 6,680 € to TOOL FOR LIFE.
In October 2013, Michel Moulin, COO of the ROTHENBERGER AG, appealed to the ROTHENBERGER country subsidiaries to participate in a joint fundraiser for TOOLS FOR LIFE at the “Core Business Leadership Contribution 2013” meeting.