DKV Euro Service raises money to fight COVID-19

Apr 22 | 2020

DKV Euro Service organised a virtual concert, Next Unplugged, for their employees. The purpose of the concert, which took place in early April, was to thank DKV employees for their commitment and support, but more importantly to raise money to combat COVID-19.

DKV NEXT UNPLUGGEDIn total, €20,000 was raised and donated to SOSLambrate in Italy, a non-profit association in the frontline of combatting the corona crisis.

During the live digital concert, DKV Euro Service made a contribution for every participant, which was then doubled by DKV’s founders, the Fischer family.

The Association is active in the City of Milan's medical service and also supports the community in numerous educational and charitable activities. Tasks include emergency and ambulance services, telephone assistance, medical watch, charity events and first aid courses. SOSLambrate is currently intensively involved in the corona crisis and has extended its area of operation to Bergamo.

The digital concert included the ‘Soulmates’ with singer Jeanette Ekua Assiamah, known from her leading roles in various musicals in Germany, and the pianist and guitarist Justin Nicksteit. Soulmates began performing in 2009 and have played at major events and festivals in Europe, together with other music groups.

Photo: Soulmates: Jeanette Ekua Assiamah and Justin Nicksteit