A glance backwards into the future: The history of the JOHANN CARL MÜLLER FOUNDATION

For more than 45 years committed to the people. The JOHANN CARL MÜLLER FOUNDATION was founded on July 11th, 1963 in Hamburg. Johanna Schwerin and her daughter Anneliese Beermann established the foundation in memory and in the name of her father and grandfather Johann Carl Müller (1867-1944). Müller was a famous and social orientated industrialist and founder of the Dresdner Universelle. 

The JOHANN CARL MÜLLER FOUNDATION follows in frame of her economic options exclusively and directly charitable and beneficent purposes. These we achieve by the establishment and acquisition as well as the operation and financial support of social public utility institutions such as 

-          student residences
-          old age homes, care facilities and service for out-patients
-          integrative nursery schools
-          schools
-          hospice

 

Based on our achieved projects you can follow how engaged the foundation is orientated to her articles:

1969 

Inauguration of a student’s residence in Hamburg-Bergedorf
180 Student rooms and 5 apartments for lecturers of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften (HAW)

1974 

Inauguration of the old age housing area in Hamburg-Sasel
118 single-room apartments, 20 double-room apartments

1979

Establishment of a nursing home in Hamburg-Sasel
20 beds, all care levels

1984

 

Establishment of student couple apartments in Hamburg-Bergedorf
28 apartments for student couples with or without children

1987

 

Expansion of the nursing home in Sasel
Now 26 beds

1989

 

Inauguration of the Montessori children’s home in
Freiburg/Breisgau
- Integration nursery school according to Maria Montessori
  (2 groups)
- Therapy association for therapeutic care for children
- Montessori-school

1995

 

Foundation of the service for out-patients for old age residence in Sasel

2000–2003

 

Reconstruction of the residential house of Johann Carl Müller in Dresden (following a donation of the benefactress Anneliese
Beermann)
- 5 assisted old age apartments
- workshop/event rooms for social charitable institutions

2005–2006

 

New construction of residential house on the same estate
(following a donation of the benefactress Anneliese Beermann)
- 28 apartments for assisted living

2006

 

Expansion of the service for out-patients
Outpatient care and assistance in the overall Hamburger
Alstertal