Girls’ Football Festival in Khorixas

The Khorixas United Sports Club coaches several girls’ teams in the Kunene region of Namibia. Up to 1500 pupils go to the local Eddie Bowe Primary School, and some play football with great enthusiasm in the afternoon. Coach Willem lets us know: “We use sport as a way to keep young people off the streets”…

New mountains

New mountains! With the help of the wonderful summit cutter Sonja and the workshops of the Regens-Wagner Foundation Zell, great mountains have been created on kenial mountains. And they are available in our online shop. Every purchase supports our children’s aid projects. Buy a mountain, put it on your rucksack – and take our kenial…

A new project in Columbia

The Ciudad Bolívar district in Bogotá is characterised by very complex socio-economic conditions and a high level of violence. For over 20 years, the Waldorf initiative CES has been providing education and training for children, young people and their families through educational, artistic and cultural initiatives. And with a wide range of services for people,…

Football clothing for women

With Rapha, several sets of football jerseys, shorts, socks etc. are flying to Karibib School in Namibia in May. Adele has taken over the training on site and the motivation is huge.

New children joining Utunzi Kwa Watoto

The NGO Utunzi KWa Watoto was able to take in new children again. For the kids, this means that they can go to school, receive medical care and that the great Bena is always there for them. And to welcome them, they first received a Tatonka school backpack and Lowa shoes.

Backpacks for the soupkitchen

Helli is back in Namibia. And in his luggage he has the promised backpacks – thanks to Tatonka! for the volunteers of the Kids Soupkitchen in Katutura, Windhoek. And on top of that, super nice shirts from Maloja.

Visitors in the New Kopila Children’s Home

Three young women on their way to Everest Basecamp. It’s just great that Katharina and her friends pack their suitcases full of things for the children in the New Kopila home. A laptop is also included.

A mobile phone for in Namibia

Adele not only brought the football kids new shirts, but also the 16 year old Mukaambambi her own mobile phone. She lives in a school far away from home, attends grade 12 and is the only one who doesn’t have a phone yet. Now she can use it to study, call home and, of course,…

New clothes for the orphans in Kenya

Finally, clothes could be given to the orphans of Utunzi Kwa Watoto in Kenya again. There is also a group of new children who, thanks to the NGO, can now go to school and receive medical care.