Christmas tree campaign
CHRISTMAS TREE CAMPAIGN
We want to make children happy – be a part of our traditional Christmas tree present campaign!
Not every child has the possibility to celebrate christmas the way it should be. Like every year we want to give pleasure to these children.
Join us and put a gift for a child under our christmas tree!
To ensure that the gift reaches the appropriate child, please add a sticker indicating whether your gift is for a boy or girl and the appropriate age.
Our christmas tree is on the 2nd floor of the Forum, directly in front of the exhibition area “Panorama”.
Please put your present under the christmas tree or hand it out to the staff of the UNICEF- and Linsenhoff-Stiftung stand on basement of the Forum.
On Sunday afternoon these gifts will be handed out to some of the considered children and the representatives of the chosen institutions.
Thank you very much!
CERBERUS - COMPETITION FOR HOME CHILDREN
The Cerberus-competition for home children is about design and cheerful-coloured obstacles. Before the event Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff and Klaus Martin Rath hand out colours, papers and obstacles to the childcare facilities in Frankfurt. There are no limits to their imagination. The obstacles designed by the children adorn the course of the international jumping competitions during the event. After the Grand Prix on sunday, the best obstacles will be rewarded with prize money.
SCHOOL HORSE CONCEPT
With the competition for the best school horse concept, which is announced yearly, the Hessian Ministry of the Interior, the organisers of the Festhallen Horse Show Frankfurt and the Hesse Equestrian Sports Association are making a contribution to ensuring the promotion of young people.
All entries will be intensively examined by an expert committee consisting of Ann Kathrin Linsenhoff (Olympic champion and organiser of the Festhallen Horse Show Frankfurt), Jens-Uwe Münker (Head of the Sports Department in the Hessian Ministry of the Interior), Dr. Harald Hohmann (Chairman of the PSV Hesse) and Robert Kuypers (PSVH Managing Director). The best concepts are rewarded with financial support.