managed by S. Holzmann (Communication)
The small things are the ones that matter the most!
It all began in June 2009, when I was on a journey through South East Asia. I experienced, in several ways, how poor the structure and organisation of some charities is.After I returned home to Germany, the thought of how one could improve the charity system to make it more obvious and clear to all its supporters stuck in my head for quite a long time. I couldn't stop thinking about it and
so I decided to try developing a little charity project of my own.
It all took off in September 2011. Here we are, starting a charity that might take a long time, depending on how it works out. However, I want everybody to know, that this project won’t change our future or make an impact on the deep social issues in today’s world. It would simply be a lie telling that. The destiny of Collect Hope is to find people who are willing to work hand in hand, internationally, to make some little eyes shine and to help those who are the weakest part of today’s society.
I'm not a big organization nor a rich society, I'm a girl willing to make a little change in little peoples life.
But enough with words let the projects follow! I hope we will all spend a great time, helping those in need.
Sunny greetings to the real world
Ich danke allen Spendern für die tolle Unterstützung. Das Geld konnte am freiwillige vor Ort weitergeleitet werden und wurde für Schulhefte und Stifte verwendet. Nach der Auflösung des camps haben sich die Bewohner auf mehrere Stadtteile Athens aufgeteilt.
Es wurden 20,00 € Spendengelder für folgende Bedarfe beantragt:Schulmaterial für Kinder und Erwachsene 20,00 €