FIM Family commitment against COVID 19
Football for Inclusion, Education and Social Responsibility
Football unites people around the world. Football stands for team spirit and fair play. Football creates joy and enthusiasm.
In short: FOOTBALL IS MORE.
With our commitment, we promote the opportunity for education, inclusion and participation in social life for socially disadvantaged people through the charisma of football.
Our Vision & Our Impact
The aim of the foundation is to support and promote disadvantaged people worldwide through the charisma of football. Children and young people who are socially disadvantaged, physically or mentally disabled or living in crisis areas are particularly important to us.
Our vision: Our goal is a world worth living in, in which all people live self-determined and in dignity.
Our mission: We provide disadvantaged children and young people with education, health, integration and participation through the charisma of football.
We are convinced that education is the decisive key to a sustainable improvement in the quality of life of disadvantaged people. That is why we attach great importance to ensuring that each of our projects brings children and young people, but also their environment, closer to education and social responsibility.
Our strategy & way of working
We network strategic partners
We are convinced that sustainable social change can only be achieved through partnership-based cooperation. We build bridges between the world of sport and civil society, the private sector and state actors by maintaining and expanding our international partner network – our “FIM Family”. Through networking, we enable innovative and socially broad-based programs that build on comprehensive expert knowledge and enable synergies.
We provide project work and consulting
The impact of our programs results from the interaction of project work, networking and consulting at local, regional and international level. We focus on sports, health and education projects for disadvantaged, poor and physically or mentally impaired children and young people in Europe, Africa and Asia.