Trained paramedic Florian Fritsch especially supports weaker and disadvantaged individuals. Humanitarian aid is particularly dear to him and his wife. The couple supports various charitable projects with their BaumannFritsch Foundation. Currently, they especially support the sea rescue of countless refugees in the Mediterranean Sea. Besides that, environmental protection is always a very important concern to the entrepreneur Florian Fritsch. The Fritsch family is also sponsor of the ALBERTINA art museum in Vienna and a supporting member of the “Freunde der Albertina” (“Friends of Albertina”) association. ALBERTINA hosts one of the world’s most significant graphic arts collections.
Here are a few impressions:
Florian Fritsch and his wife in front of the painting “The House among the Roses” by Claude Monet in the ALBERTINA collection Batliner in Vienna
Florian Fritsch as Plant for the Planet Ambassador:
Florian Fritsch with Ben from Plant for the Planet
Support of the Hugo Tempelman Foundation
The Hugo Tempelman Foundation supports the integral work of Ndlovu Care Group, created by Dr. Hugo Tempelman in 1990, in the battle against HIV. Besides the medical assistance, AIDS is recognized and approached as a social and structural problem. Today, the project comprises several clinics implementing diverse infrastructural and cultural measures as well as creating jobs. The specific support of orphaned and traumatized children and adolescents is a special focus.
Florian Fritsch with ZDF presenter Ingo Nomsen (right), doubling the tombola revenue to €2,000
Sea Rescue in the Mediterranean Sea:
Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat gets a personal picture of the sea rescue on board of the Phoenix- here with Florian Fritsch
Florian Fritsch, Christopher Catrambone and Hans Schiebel in February 2015 in front of the MOAS rescue ship Phoenix
Florian Fritsch and Hans Schiebel with MOAS Camcopter on the helicopter deck of the Phoenix in May 2015
“Just in the last six months we have collected half a million euros for the rescue mission,” says Florian Fritsch, paramedic and MOAS fundraiser in May 2015 in an interview with the BILD-Zeitung newspaper