The following partners supported the Cup of Good Hope 2006:
Hamburg Marketing GmbH
The Hamburg Marketing GmbH is a cooperation of the City of Hamburg and the Chamber of Commerce having as an aim the increasement of the city‘s international attractiveness. It has inter alia developped the concept for Hamburg‘s application for the Olympic Games and is one of the coordinators of the supporting acts during the Football World Cup 2006 in Hamburg.
Being admitted to this official supporting programme, the Cup of Good Hope is promoted and advertised on behalf of this institution.
The association “Kinder helfen Kindern e. V.” (Children are helping Children) was established in 1975 by editors of the newspaper “Hamburger Abendblatt” to support handicapped or disadvantaged children. Ever since then a lot of projects and actions have been supported all in all more than 60.000 girls and boys could be aided.
For 25 years Mrs. Renate Schneider is leading the association. For this commitment she was honoured with the “Hamburger Bürgerpreis” in 2005. “Kinder helfen Kindern e. V.“ is generously providing financial means for the Cup of Good Hope.
The German Agro Action ("Welthungerhilfe") was established in 1962 and is today one of the largest private organisations working in the area of development cooperation and humanitarian aid in Germany. Project work concentrates on the following areas: agriculture and the environment survival and reconstruction aid children and youth drinking water supply crafts and business strengthening selfhelp groups and partner organisations.
The German Agro Action supports the Cup of Good Hope in getting into contact with German football and media notables as supporters and multiplicators of the Cup of Good
The Hamburg football clubs Hamburger Sportverein and FC St. Pauli are both the outstanding representatives of football in Hamburg.
Both clubs are partners of the Cup of Good Hope and support the project by donations of fan articles and the provision of football profis for our public relations.
The Elisabeth-Kleber-Foundation was established in 2001. Its promotional focus is on aid for children, young and elder people as well as on culture, integration and international understanding.
The Elisabeth-Kleber-Foundation is promoting and supporting the Cup of Good Hope financially to realize the supporting programme and the subsequent evaluation of the event.
The Youth care of the Landkreis Harburg (district of Harburg) is responsable for youth wellfare, youth work and protection of youth. In the holidays camps and voyages for youngsters are organized and supported. Besides own projects the work and projects of organizations activ in the fileds of youth wellfare and youth care are supported by the Landkreis Harburg.
The Landkreis Harburg is promoting and supporting the Cup of Good Hope financially to realize the supporting programme of the project.
The Goethe Institute Hamburg gives foreign guests, students and citizens the opportunity to study German as well as to become acquainted with Germany and various aspects of German culture.
With its worldwide spread institutes, the Goethe Institute supports the Cup of Good Hope in getting into contact with local youth institutions and the press. Within the exhibition "Football as a world language", two original professional football shirts of the German football clubs "HSV" and "FC St. Pauli" have been raffled off in favour of the
The GTZ is an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations. It provides viable, forward–looking solutions for political, economic, ecological and social development in a globalized world. Its corporate objective is to improve people‘s living conditions on a sustainable basis. The GTZ mainly works for the German Federal Government. Its main client is the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The company also operates on behalf of other German ministries, partner–country governments and international clients, such as the European Commission, the United Nations and the World Bank, as well as on behalf of private enterprises.
With its world–wide spread bureaus and project partners, the GTZ supports the Cup of Good Hope in getting into contact with local youth institutions in Africa, Asia and South America.