For many years already SEMA has been waiving the giving out of presents and giving donations for a good cause instead. The year 2020 has been dominated by the Corona pandemic and it's in particular the children that are affected by the limitations arising from this pandemic. In order to ensure that the lower classes of the local primary school can continue, there is the need to modify the classrooms and to buy additional furniture. Consequently, the school needs transparent partition walls and individual desks to enable adjusted classroom teaching and a more flexible distribution of seats - SEMA is glad to support the primary school with this year's donation.
SEMA and the local bank, the Raiffeisenbank, are donating a sum of 5,500 Euro in total for this project aim-ing to enhance the learning conditions of the pupils. Alexander Neuss, Managing Director of the SEMA group and Richard Mayr, Managing Director of the Raiffeisenbank, happily hand over their donation cheques to school principal Alexandra Hubich. Renate Deniffel, the Mayor of Wildpoldsried, and Monika Hartmann, the head of the parents' council, also said thank you for the generous donations. The donations will be used exclusively to support the necessary measures.