Citizenship

Local engagement

Corestone is engaged in a number of local projects that help improve the quality of living in the the area of Zug. This includes sponsoring local ski and rowing clubs, and supporting the Swiss initiative WaldPfad.

Skiclub Oberwil-Zug

The Skiclub Oberwil-Zug (SCO) is a regional traditional club from Oberwil, Zug and the neighbouring communities. The SCO was founded on 23 October 1931, joining the Swiss Ski Federation in 1932. Today, the SCO offers a wide range of training and competition opportunities in winter sports, focusing on the various skiing disciplines, in particular alpine skiing, cross-country skiing and ski touring.

In the alpine skiing sector, the youth organisation is of great importance to the SCO. Children from Oberwil, Zug and the neighbouring communities train with the SCO during the winter half-year. The aim of the JO Ski alpin is to improve and consolidate ski technique in a playful way.  In order to prevent long car journeys, the JO visits the ski areas of the Swiss Knife Valley region (Rigi, Sattel-Hochstuckli, Mythenregion or Stoos) with the highest priority.

Corestone supports the youth organisation (JO) of the Oberwil-Zug ski club as the main sponsor from the 2018/19 season onwards.

 

Waldpfad Oberwil

The Zuger community of Oberwil/Gimenen has been wishing for years for a “Vitaparcours”. From this idea, a unique project was developed which combines sport and art. The basic idea of the course is to combine physical and creative (mental) fitness and to realize a path with different facets. The aim is to promote popular sport, expand health prevention and develop the experience of nature. It is aimed at people seeking recreation, in particular art and sports enthusiasts.

Corestone is supporting this project to encourage young and old, families and individuals to return to the forest.

 

 

See-Club Zug

Founded in 1882, the See-Club Zug is the fifth oldest rowing club in Switzerland and one of the oldest Zug sports clubs. Tradition is therefore an essential cornerstone of the club. The See-Club Zug has taken the step of becoming a modern sports club and is aware of its social responsibility. It wants to be a centre for sporting and social activities for its members, but its structures and possibilities differ greatly from those of major commercial clubs. Thanks to the target-oriented work of the club management and the idealism of the members, ambitious goals are achieved with a lot of voluntary commitment.

Corestone is supporting the See-Club to encourage the promotion of young talent, top-class sport and a range of fitness activities for adults. 

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