In 1998, Stefanie Graf founded her Charity „Children for Tomorrow“. To mark the Jubilee Stefanie visited Hamburg at the end of July to attend a very special event with the National Youth Ballett!
For two weeks during the summer vacation, 18 refugee children from our elementary school-program „HonigHelden!“, had danced, studied choreographies, made music and enthusiastically rehearsed.
Read more … 20th Anniversary of “Children for Tomorrow!“
Our latest Newsletter is online as pdf download! Please take a look to get a deeper insight in our work and all the different stories and backgrounds of our refugee children.
If you would like to receive a printed version of our Newsletter, please send us an email to email@example.com
Read more … Latest Children for Tomorrow Newsletter online
Senator Detlef Scheele has promised to support the cost for translators in the refugee clinic in the future. „The refugee clinic contributes so much to the mental health of young refugees
Read more … UKE, department of social services and Children for Tomorrow: three strong partners for the refugee clinic!
To support the civic engagement for refugees in our city, 16 foundations in Hamburg have created a Fund called „Refugees and volunteering”. This Fund gives volunteers quick and uncomplicated financial help for their work.
Read more … Refugees and volunteering
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