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Raised beds for our residential home

Rangsdorf, Germany

Raised beds for our residential home

Rangsdorf, Germany

We want to buy building materials and tools for the beautification of our garden. Our residents love to be out in the fresh air. We want to build a small sitting area, raised beds and borders and plant vegetables and flowers.

K. Tschirner from DRK-Kreisverband Fläming-Spreewald e.V. | 
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About this project

Work and employment are central cornerstones of every person. A regular daily structure gives support, self-confidence and the feeling of being needed. This is especially true for people with mental illnesses who no longer have access to the primary labour market. The introduction to participation in working life is, among other things, our most important building block in daily support.

Our employment offer consists of supporting each individual resident in his or her abilities and personality development. A meaningful daily structure with social contacts, movement and a small sense of achievement is very important for our residents. Our therapists and staff support them in this.  We are fully committed to the well-being and concerns of our residents every day. Whenever possible, we carry out joint projects. 

At this point, we are happy to receive support in the procurement of building materials and tools for the beautification of our garden. Our residents love to be out in the fresh air. We want to work with them to build and plant a small sitting area, raised beds and bed borders. This creates connections and everyone is happy in spring to admire and enjoy the beautiful results of your work.
Updated at 11. December 2020