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Taubertäler Hilfsgemeinschaft e.V.

managed by Sylvia G. (Communication)

About us

The Taubertäler aid community is a humanitarian relief organization. It was founded in 1997 and is registered in the register of associations at the local Court of Mannheim (VR 560613), as well as recognized by the IRS Tauberbischofsheim (TBB 80089/14373) as a non-profit organization. Through its relief operations in Bosnia, Albania, after the flood of the Elbe and after the tsunami in Sri Lanka, the aid community Taubertäler is known far beyond the Tauber Valley and the main-Tauber-Kreis. In our statutes the support of sick and needy people is firmly anchored. In addition, we also promote the work of the Tafelladen at our association in Lauda-Königshofen.
Our current major aid project is dedicated to earthquake victims in Haiti. After the devastating natural catastrophe in 2010, we built a school in a poor district. The principle of the association is, that all donations go directly to the needy People, without substantial administrative costs.

Latest project news

The next two Water Plants were opened up at the Sigiriya School and the Sigiriya Rock

  Sylvia G.  12 November 2018 at 12:09 PM


Opening ceremony of the purified Water Filter System (Reverse Osmosis Plant) at the Western Entrance of the Sigiriya Rock. This will supply 10,000 liters of filtered water every day to quench the thirst of people working at the Sigiriya Rock and thousands of tourists visiting Sigiriya every day, free of charge. 

Furthermore we could open another water plant at Sigiriya Maha Vidyalaya. This will supply a school of 1,200 students and approx. 450 families in Sigiriya with 10,000 liters of filtered water per day. This water filter plant was made possible by donations from Germany and Switzerland. 

Thanks to all donators and supporters! 

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