For days more and more Ukrainian refugee families have been arriving in Ulm and Neu-Ulm. The organization Malteser Ulm/Neu-Ulm wants to help the refugees who are accommodated with relatives with help bags. Basic foods, fresh fruits and vegetables as well as hygiene items are included in these help bags.
35 weekly family bags (à 20 Euro) are planned.
The Malteser Ulm/Neu-Ulm are very grateful for financial support! Donations can be transferred to the following account with the purpose "Vespertüten":
Donation account of the Malteser Hilfsdienst e.V. Neu-Ulm:
Pax-Bank IBAN: DE43 3706 0120 1201 2026 19
The war of aggression against Ukraine deeply shocks us. This war is a violation of internationally established principles and a humanitarian catastrophe.
As a sign of solidarity with the Ukrainian people some of the children of the GoldenHearts Ulm childcare painted peace symbols in the national colours of Ukraine.
The issue of accessibility to school and safety on the way to school significantly influences the decision of families whether a child can attend school. Thanks to the support of the Beurer Foundation, parents are now also exempted from paying transport costs. This enables children from the predominantly very poor families to attend school and receive a good primary education.
Some of the pupils who use the school buses show their appreciation for the Beurer Foundation. With the school's free transport service, new registrations at the school were increased once again.
At the end of the year, Beurer traditionally organises a Christmas sale for employees. The proceeds are doubled by the management and donated to the Beurer
Foundation. The Beurer Foundation would like to thank you for this generous donation and use the funds to support charitable institutions in the region.
On October 5th, 2021 we started with a new educational project for mothers at the Albrecht-Berblinger Primary school in Ulm-Söflingen: "Low threshold German courses for mothers with a migrant background including homework and childcare."
As part of the project "Foreigners as Friends" at the Malteser Ulm/Neu-Ulm, the summer academy was successfully carried out with 10 participants. The course lasted five weeks with eight lessons a day.