There is no better time to show your appreciation than around the holidays. Under the parent company of Pentland Firth, we would like to thank each and every one of our supporters for their support this year.
Without valuable clients and customers such as yourselves, there would be no IT consulting, Sweetlets SAP Portal apps and no Mereko, the latest way to reimburse your travel expenses. It really is as simple as that.
Due to the wide variety of gift acceptance policies at the companies of our clients, we have decided to take this opportunity and directly help those in need this Christmas. Pentland Firth has cheerfully and with joy, donated to the Ärzte ohne Grenzen and the Brotzeit für Kinder in place of sending gifts.
From all of us here at Pentland Firth, Sweetlets and MEREKO, warmest thoughts and best wishes for the holidays and in the New Year.
From the Ärzte ohne Grenzen site:
“MSF is an independent international medical relief organisation, with 19 sections worldwide. For medical aid operations throughout the entire world, MSF is on the lookout for volunteers who are willing to provide some of their time and skills to those in need.
When large-scale epidemics occur, when areas in crisis are too dangerous for many others, then the medical teams from MSF are there to ensure that the affected population can count on continuous care in order to meet their most basic health-care needs. They organize basic medical care, treat the injured, carry out vaccination campaigns, train local medical staff and build up medical infrastructure. In long-term aid projects they dedicate themselves to the fight against diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, sleeping sickness, and HIV/AIDS”
The Brotzeit Association is a nonprofit organization which provides for all kids, a “bread-breakfast.” A simple but balanced breakfast with milk, cereal, fruit, bread, sausage, cheese, jam, organized and prepared by “active seniors” in cooperation with the school administration.
Many parents do not take the time and more for their children. The end result … the children suffer. Therefore, Brotzeit für Kinder’s solution – give time.
In addition to the “bread-breakfast,” active seniors help children: