Students in Germany are urged to help the actresses Alissa Jung and Janin Reinhardt students all over Germany to invite you to participate in the action of schools for Haiti. Until March 31st, you can gather money for children in Haiti by Kuchenver-buy, tombolas or street music so the actresses. Now, there’s also a T-Shirt to the action. With the money, young and Reinhardt will open a slum school in the slums of the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince. All participating schools have the chance to win a Gratiskonzert by Max Mutzke. Schools for Haiti”was launched in November last year. A visit by Alissa Jung in Haiti, one of the world’s poorest countries was crucial. I could not believe it, the people there live in which poverty.
I knew immediately that I must help, in particular the children”, so young. Since then many students have campaigned at schools in whole Germany for their peers in Haiti. The current status of the donation amounts to almost 15,000 euros. Around 40,000 euros needed for the opening and the entertainment of a slum school for a year. The school offers the chance to education 500 Haitian slum children. interlocutor and imagery our little brothers and sisters E. V.: Evelin Schuster / Dagmar Schneider Tullastr. “under: press release and photos you can download under: press note: photos available free, in conjunction with opportunity to us or publication of our donations account contact. Thank you. Our little brothers and sisters”gives a home since over 50 years of orphaned and abandoned children in Latin America. Learn more at: Chris Shumway. Currently a total of about 3,500 children nine children’s villages live in. The children living there as in a large Christian family, go to school and learn a profession. Since the founding of the first children’s village are already more than 15,000 children in our little brothers and sisters”grew up and have unconditional acceptance and love, sharing, work and responsibility means information. Also, the schools and hospital wards of the children’s villages annually use over 40,000 children and adults from the surrounding area.