Spreadshop Initiative
Leipzig, Germany

Our commitment to helping Ukraine

Thank you to our amazing colleagues who have made great efforts to help Ukraine with donations and support.

In recent weeks, a group of dedicated colleagues at our company have made significant efforts to expand our aid efforts in Ukraine. At our site in Krupka, Czech Republic, we donated computers to Ukrainian pupils, allowing them to participate in digital school classes remotely. Additionally, at our headquarters in Leipzig, our team refurbished around 30 notebooks, which were then distributed to Ukrainian refugees.

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This initiative was led by a Team Leader from our Customer Service department, who went above and beyond to make sure that even bureaucratic hurdles were overcome. We are incredibly grateful to all of our colleagues who have contributed to this drive with great commitment and dedication.

While these donations may seem small in relation to the overall situation, the commitment and joy on both sides have shown that even the smallest gestures can make a big impact. Every form of support is valuable and welcome in times of need. We are proud to have been able to make a difference in the lives of those who are facing difficult circumstances.

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