The company is cooperating closely with the city of Ingolstadt, which has overall responsibility for the project. Students are selected by the Adult Education College and the Department for Social Welfare; the lessons are held at Vocational Training College I in Ingolstadt. Audi is supporting the city of Ingolstadt in this project with financing from the immediate‑aid fund that the company made available for refugee projects in September. At that time, the company approved a total amount of one million euros for its production locations. Audi employees can apply for financing from this fund for projects that they then implement together with charitable organizations.
Employees in Neckarsulm are helping to make donated bicycles roadworthy in cooperation with the city of Bad Rappenau. And they are involved in the integration of unaccompanied underage refugees for the Caritas charity in Heilbronn. Audi employees are also providing help at the company’s site in Győr, Hungary: The local Red Cross there has received from the company an additional ambulance vehicle including equipment, and the refugee camp in Vámosszabadi is being made fit for the winter with the aid of Audi donations.