Anyone who is successful in society should give something back to it.

Big companies have a responsibility to society. That’s something we’re convinced of – and it dictates our actions. Hence TER Chemicals supports selected social projects in and around its home base of Hamburg: the Stiftung Mittagskinder, which offers free and regular meals to children in disadvantaged areas of the city, as well as help with homework and socio-pedagogical support; and the Verein Joblinge e.V., which supports young people aged 15 to 24 who are struggling to get started in the world of work. Since 2014 we have also supported the Niederländische Armen-Casse, one of the oldest private charitable organizations for citizens who have fallen on hard times. Other institutions we support include the Evangelisch-Lutherische Matthäusgemeinde religious community, Friends of Britain, the Brandschutz Kinderfeuerwehr children’s fire safety organization, Friends of Hamburg School of Business Administration, and the Kita Sunshine nursery.


Menschen - Stiftung Mittagskinder

Social involvement at TER Chemicals

TER Chemicals is well aware of its social responsibility and for that reason has been supporting selected social programs in and around Hamburg for many years. For example, TER HELL & CO. GMBH also supports the Childrens' Lunch Foundation.

Through donations and volunteer work, the Childrens' Lunch Foundation provides regular, free meals and professional care to socially disadvantaged children, helping to make their life just a little bit easier. This promotes an exchange on equal footing and opens a space for creative design and free-form play activities. Numerous educational projects take place to facilitate the children's participation in social and public life.

On the foundation's website, we are proud to present our lunch children as musicians, circus performers and explorers:

TER Chemicals intends to maintain its social responsibility in future, and to contribute towards helping socially disadvantaged people.





Niederländische Armen-Casse