Update!

Goals require action!

Carsten Cramer: “The sheer enthusiasm that Borussia Dortmund generates means that we not only have a great responsibility towards our society but that we are also compelled to tackle ecological issues in times of increasing environmental pollution. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.” We can only be successful as a team – that holds true for football teams like BVB as well as for the goals that we set for ourselves. If these are important to us, we pour all of our energy, dedication and determination into achieving those goals. There are also goals aimed at making make the world a better place, promoting well-being, equality and peace: In 2015, the United Nations adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals that we can only achieve by working together. We need your help – because goals require action! www.ziele-brauchen-taten.de

 

More news focusing on Fans:

BVB Delegation attends Auschwitz Memorial Service

Last week, representatives from more than three dozen countries travelled to Israel to attend the World Holocaust Forum at the Yad Vashem Memorial, including a delegation from Borussia Dortmund.

Delight for Dortmund Fan Project as new premises are opened

Since 1987, the Dortmund Fan Project, a non-profit organisation, has been committed to providing support for teenagers and young adults in Dortmund. At the end of 2019, the fan project was delighted to count on renewed support from the BVB Foundation "leuchte auf".

BVB delegation attends World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem

On 27 January 1945, the Red Army liberated the Auschwitz camp complex. To mark the 75th anniversary of its liberation in four days’ time, heads of state and government from across the world are today gathering in Yad Vashem for the fifth World Holocaust Forum.

Borussia Connects! The fight against discrimination: “Words must be followed up by actions”

Daniel Lörcher, Head of Corporate Responsibility, works to combat anti-Semitism on behalf of Borussia Dortmund. In an interview with Ruhr Nachrichten, he spoke about his experiences at the World Holocaust Forum in Israel and several others topics.

BVB Foundation wins Kinderlachen KIND Award

The BVB Foundation "leuchte auf" ("light up") was presented with the KIND Award 2019 on Saturday as part of the 15th Kinderlachen (Children's Laughter) Gala in the Westfalenhalle.

68,357 bright pairs of eyes at the world’s largest Christmas choir

Dimmed light, a contemplative mood and Christmas sounds: to get in the mood for Christmas in Germany's largest football stadium, Borussia Dortmund had for the third time invited to "Dortmund sings Christmas carols.” 

August Höhner: 80 years a Black & Yellow!

BVB starts Walking Football training

No sprinting, no tackling and no body contact - instead a social get-together in a relaxed atmosphere, active health promotion and having fun playing the game: This is what walking football stands for.

Home game for civil courage

The topic of civil courage concerns us all. For this reason, the BVB learning centre, a Dortmund fan project initiative, is also this season starting the "home game for civil courage" competition.

KreisSportBund Unna delighted with support of ”leuchte auf”

For the third year running, KSB organised a summer holiday trip to Sundern. All under the motto: "Sport, fun and integration".

BVB’s remembrance mission

Bundesliga club Borussia Dortmund have invested a lot of energy and introduced a remarkable initiative as part of their efforts to combat right-wing extremism and antisemitism.

“Leuchte auf” continues to support Dortmund hospitals

The topic of "health" plays an important role in the social commitment of the BVB Foundation and has its own promotional pillar in the foundation concept.