As a family-run company, SPEKTRA lives the idea of respectful cooperation, helpfulness and support. Beyond the company borders, the people in our city are important to us. That is why we strengthen regional sports clubs and get involved in social or cultural projects.
Local sport clubs
The Volleyballclub Dresden e. V. is one of the most successful and well-known sports clubs in Dresden and abroad - not least because of its excellent work with young people. SPEKTRA supports the club in its ambitious goal of "first-class men's volleyball".
The VSV Grün-Weiß Dresden Coschütz e. V. from the south of Dresden offers volleyball in a familiar atmosphere. The childrens and teenager teams make up about 50 % of the total number of members. Coaches, trainers and licensed referees ensure that training and competitions run smoothly.
As successor of FV Dresden Nord, SC Borea Dresden e. V. continues the nationwide known and appreciated work with young talents. Here football is practiced as a high-performance sport. The club tries to create the best possible environment to offer an attractive home for all players and fans.
The SV Motor Mickten-Dresden e. V. is one of the biggest sports clubs in Dresden. It offers a wide range of 21 sports and provides its members with a two-field sports hall, a climbing wall and a skittle alley in its own sports centre.
Beach volleyball is a fast and dynamic sport that offers a lot of action. The talented team around Manuel Harms and Richard Peemüller perfectly represents these attributes. They successfully battled their way to the silver medal at their premiere during the "Techniker Beach Tour '19" in Dresden.
Social and cultural projects
The Palais Sommer makes a great contribution to the promotion of culture, art and education in Dresden. The festival not only features international musicians, but also sports and art events – by the way with free admission! The event is also an important sign for tolerance and diversity.
The social association Aufwind Kinder- und Jugendfonds e. V. wants to help improve the everyday life and learning conditions of disadvantaged children and young people from Dresden. Because those who are happy and satisfied can face life's challenges with self-confidence.
The Förderkreis Sonnenstrahl e. V. Dresden is one of almost 100 parents' associations in Germany that take care of children and young people with cancer and their families. It offers services for the families during intensive therapy.
At genialsozial, young people work for a day in a company and donate their wages to projects that give young people in poorer regions across the world new perspectives and educational opportunities. Every year, SPEKTRA offers two teenagers the chance to become active themselves.