The Anna foundation Hoppekids donates furniture to the Cologne Anna Foundation
2020 was the year when Hoppekids, after a break of several years, participated again at IMM to show the new range with new colours for the beds and children's furniture in general as well as the four brand new textile collections CARS, PRINCESS, CREATOR and PETS.
The fair presentation was a great success. Many new partnerships have been established and already existing cooperations could be given new impulses.
Hoppekids takes its responsibility seriously
The costs of such a trade fair participation are not to be disregarded. Whether the trade fair is a success or not must be measured not least by the additional turnover generated by participation in the fair.
Hoppekids has therefore tried with great skill and prudence to keep the costs within a manageable range. At the same time, Hoppekids is the first and so far only company to be awarded the Nordic Ecolabel for its responsibility for the environment and its fellow human beings.
That is why Hoppekids spoke to the Anna Foundation in Cologne.
A good work
The Anna Foundation for Youth Welfare is an institution providing educational support for children, teenagers, young adults and their families. In its practical work, the foundation focuses on the strengths and resources of the children, teenagers, young adults and their families of origin. The claim is to offer the children, adolescents and young adults living here a place that gives them a space of development, support and security with appreciation is one of the guidelines of our daily work.
Hoppekids decided to donate all the furniture from the exhibition to the Anna Foundation. The furniture was given a second life and perhaps even a small contribution to help children make a more beautiful start in this world. "With heart and soul is not only our slogan, but we try to live this philosophy" says managing director René Stenvang.
Below here, you can see a range of pictures of the furniture that was part of the set-up at the fair, which has now been given new life at the Anna foundation in Cologne.