Every year, many of our locations use the Christmas season as an opportunity to surprise the surrounding kindergartens and retirement homes with small gifts. Because we believe that small gifts can have a big impact. You can find out how this works in the following.
If the founder of Western philosophy is right, then children are the greatest philosophers. Everything is new, exciting, unexpected. Nothing is self-evident. The division between important and unimportant that dominates the adult world does not yet exist. Everything is magical: the ladybird, a rainbow, one's own reflection in a puddle. And that is why a piece of cardboard with 5 corners is not just a piece of cardboard with 5 corners. But a star! And sometimes also, but with a few more corners: an ox, a donkey or a newborn in a manger!
Two countries, one tradition
Whether in Germany, the Czech Republic, or elsewhere in Europe - Christmas is just around the corner, and with it the Advent season. And this is the time of handicrafts. Preferably in a sustainable way. Because successful handicrafts do not require complicated plastic model kits, no batteries, and non-biodegradable packaging waste, which is the last thing our planet wants for the holidays. All you need to make children's eyes shine, is a little piece of cardboard. Because our little philosophers have three invaluable qualities to bring something to life: Curiosity, imagination, and a sense of wonder.
We wish all creative people, regardless of age, lots of fun re-enchanting the world!