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Social responsibility

We take our social obligations seriously. For many years, we have been supporting selected projects from the social and community environment.

In cultural terms, we are particularly involved as the initiator of the internationally renowned Felix Schoeller Photo Award. With this award we honour photographers who share our passion for uncompromisingly good pictures.


We support Olympians

Sebastian Dietz

Since 2013, Felix Schoeller has been supporting Paralympic athlete Sebastian Dietz, whose impressive career is characterized by numerous gold and silver medals in the discus throw and shot put disciplines. Sebastian, who began his sporting career at BSG Bad Oeynhausen e.V. and now competes for LAV Bünde e.V., has consistently delivered exceptional performances, which are reflected in his most recent successes: a third place in the shot put at the 2021 Paralympic Games and a fourth place at the 2023 World Championships.

Our support for Sebastian goes beyond sponsorship; it reflects a deep appreciation for his achievements. Sebastian's commitment and achievements are in line with the values that Felix Schoeller cherishes as a company - fostering community, looking to future possibilities, inspiring exceptional performance and empowering individuals to reach their full potential.

Looking ahead to the 2024 Paralympic Games in Paris, we look forward to continuing to support Sebastian on his impressive journey. Turning to two new sports despite his handicap after a serious accident and successfully establishing himself at the top of the world in both is a testament to his enormous strength. We are proud to be part of his inspiring story and to record his successes on our paper.

Felix Schoeller Photo Award

We are committed to culture

The Felix Schoeller Photo Award

The renowned Felix Schoeller Photo Award, which is open to entries from all over the world, has been a commitment to high-quality photography since 2013. The prize honours works that demonstrate a love of photography and the highest standards of image quality. As a manufacturer of special papers for the best possible prints, Felix Schoeller would like to use the prize to honour and support photographers who share the company's passion for high-quality images. The Felix Schoeller Photo Award is presented every two years. Sometimes over 1,000 works are submitted, with up to five photographs per work. This quickly adds up to more than 5,000 photos by creative photographers. An independent jury evaluates and awards prizes for the best submissions.

In 2019, the Felix Schoeller Photo Award was given a new sub-category - the German Peace Prize for Photography. It is awarded jointly with the city of Osnabrück as a partner. The German Peace Prize for Photography is unique in this form. It links Osnabrück as a city of peace in Westphalia with the Osnabrück-based family business Felix Schoeller.

More about the Felix Schoeller Photo Award



Connected to sport

A strong club

VfL Osnabrück

Felix Schoeller's reputation as an attractive place to work also ensures his future viability. We therefore attach great importance to local sponsorship. Since 2019 we have been cooperating with the VfL Osnabrück football club. VfL has a great appeal in Osnabrück and the region. 

Commitment for almost 100 years

Mass sports

Felix Schoeller's involvement in popular sports in Osnabrück dates back almost 100 years. 

The sports club TSG 07 Burg Gretesch, which is located directly at the Osnabrück site, and Felix Schoeller are linked by a shared history that began in 1921 with the Arbeiter-Turn-Verein Gretesch-Lüstringen. The longstanding bond is also evident in the logo of TSG 07 Burg Gretesch. The Gretescher Tower, which has always been the trademark of the Schoeller company, is also part of the club logo of TSG 07 Burg Gretesch. To this day, the club and Felix Schoeller are closely linked. For example, various association activities are continuously supported.

Today TSG 07 Burg Gretesch counts more than 3,000 members in 18 different departments.