Our commitments here at home. And further afield.

On the following sites we present institutions, companies and clubs of our region which we support or whose commitment to culture we think worth mentioning.

 

For example the Haigerloch Rose Garden - on a surface of more than 5000 square metres, you can enjoy the beauty and the fragrance of more than 100.000 roses of 400 different types.

 

 

Haigerlocher rose garden

Schloss Haigerloch

Surrounded by the forests and meadows of the Zollernalb, not far from the Black Forest, the Lake of Constance and the county capital Stuttgart, our Gastschloss presents itself high above the small, picturesque town of Haigerloch. The idyllically situated castle is more than 800 years old and is today an ideal place for recovery and concentration.

Since 1975, the castle is in private hands. It was thoroughly renovated  and reopened  for modern use. In 1981 the doors of the castle opened again for conferences, meetings, presentations as well as for festivals and cultural venues. Thanks to the careful renovation which was awarded the Peter-Haag Preis for special care and preservation of  ancient monuments, the site and character of the castle were preserved. But visitors, who expect knights’ armours, dark dungeons or baroque ceremonial rooms will be disappointed: This kind of romance has ended long before the restoration. Today the historic buildings  are used to combine conference, culture and high-quality gastronomy.

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Malawi - A future for children

 

The association exists to help children in South Africa, and in Malawi in particular, who have lost either one or both of their parents. The association was founded by Father Andreas Edele. His dedication has brought about a close personal bond between the local nuns on the ground in Malawi and the members of the association back in Haigerloch. As well as leading to the establishment of personal relationships, this has also created the necessary transparency to provide assurances that 100% of the donations made are actually reaching those in need.