Children and youth in social, family or personal distress are being given a new home: the Eugen Rosmarie House in Triesen, which is being built by the Association for Assisted Living in Liechtenstein. Construction has already been completed, and the interior decoration is now underway.
Some quarter of a million Swiss francs have been budgeted for the furnishings. Now, 100,000 francs is being donated by the Schaan-based dental company Ivoclar Vivadent as part of its corporate social responsibility strategy to help children and youth “grow up in safety and security”.
The Eugen Rosmarie House is scheduled to open in around four months. Funds were raised for the building’s construction through a dedicated donation campaign. The year 2019 also happens to be the 30th anniversary of the founding of the Association for Assisted Living.