The measures target the minority of the mountain Tamils, who work predominantly on the remote tea plantations in the district
The Schöck- Familien-Stiftung
"Future through education" is our motto
The Schöck family supports projects to promote school and vocational training in India, Nepal and some African countries as well as development and social projects in Baden-Württemberg. She primarily wants to help existing associations and other foundations to set up and implement their projects successfully. It is important to the family to enable disadvantaged people to live a successful and responsible life through individually tailored support, good education and training.
Our funding priorities
Social support projects
Depending on the regional conditions and the social environment, the Schöck-Familein-Stiftung is, among other things, about learning basic knowledge, promoting personal development, training for employment, basic knowledge about your own rights, opportunities and tasks in society, strengthening self-esteem and nature – and environmental protection.
Empowerment and Solidarity for a Sustainable Ecological Village (ESSE), Meegasthanna Model Village, Sri Lanka
The World Bank’s latest situation report (2022) indicates that malnutrition among Sri Lanka’s rural population is a major health risk.
India has the lowest percentage of skilled labor among rural women because they depend only on agriculture. Indian rural women
At the foot of the Rwenzori Mountains near the border with the D.R. Congo, the necessary infrastructure for quality vocational
Since 2007, with the help of the project “Hand in Hand for a better life”, the inhabitants of Kasambya have
Improving income security through agricultural training in Uriama and Rhino Camp refugee settlement, Uganda.
The population of northeastern Uganda has grown tremendously due to increasing numbers of refugees from neighboring Sudan and D.R. Congo
The impulse for this inclusive agricultural social project is the lack of inclusive housing for adults with disabilities who need
Initiative for families with a refugee and migration background at the Weidenhof in Gernsbach-Staufenberg. For years, the association Pferde bewegen
Project Sundarbans – West Bengal
The Sundarbans project arose from the need to support the extremely poor people of the islands with a community run educational facility. Learning content will be imparted that will enable the people there to recognize opportunities in their immediate surroundings, to use them sustainably and to find livelihood solutions in a region that is seriously threatened and already affected by the effects of climate change. Many thanks to all employees of Schöck AG! Your daily work makes it possible for us to get involved in this way!