BMW Rewards Voluntary Commitment of Employees

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Since yesterday was Thanksgiving, the BMW officials thought it would be a good occasion to say ‘Thank you!’ to those employees that showed outstanding voluntary commitment throughout the year.
Therefore, they set up an event, held in Munich, the second of this kind ever organized by the Bavarians, under the patronage of Board Member for HR, Milagros Caina-Andree, showing the company’s recognition for the staff’s contribution to society.

Apart from the BMW honors, the Doppelfeld Foundation was also involved, with a Special Award offered to young committed people consisting in a prize of EUR5,000.

The jury was made up of 12 people, Milagros Caina-Andree being the chairman of the council. He was also one of the speakers at the event, alongside Oda Heister, managing director of Aschoka Deutschland.

“Each and every one of the projects submitted is of huge benefit to society. They show just how varied a commitment to society can be and how important diversity is, not just for us as a company but for society as a whole,” said Milagros.

Florian Valbert, a BMW trainee, is one of the winners, for founding and coaching the Inclusion football team that aims to offer disabled and underprivileged children the opportunity to train alongside young players and take part in tournaments.

Dr. Hamdi Louati has been working for the last 35 years to help promote equal opportunities for children and young people from foreign backgrounds, whilst another winner, Daniela Feuchtmayr was recognized for its “Recyclables Collectors in Cairo” project, that aims to support the collection of domestic waste and recycle it.

Last but not least, Alexis de Chabot, won the Doppelfeld Foundation Special Award for his work with the “A Bras Ouverts” non-profit organization that looks after disabled children during the holidays.
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