Kenial! Thanks to Mehdi Pahnavar from DAV Paraclimbing Team Germany. Mehdi brings shoes and warm jackets to the kids in Iran. Thanks to Simin, Child Foundation, for the support in Teheran and the cooperation on site! And all this is possible because of the faboulus Sören from Homa Reisen, who handles the organization. Together with…
Thanks to LOWA and the DAV for the kenial donation. The first part has arrived in Kenya. A second part is still waiting for the transport. Hello Kenya travelers – just take it with you and move mountains for children.
The kenial Eva is on the way again. Back from a wonderful trek in the himalya, Eva is in the children’s home and has continued to restock the pantry. With everything that is needed for winter. Potatoes, rice, oil,… up to shoe cream. Thanks Eva. Just kenial. No matter where you are in this world,…
Eva is on a world trip and now in Kathmandu for a week. Today, the pantry of the New Kopila Home was refilled. Shopping together, everything needed. Rice, potatoes, oil, up to washing powder and shoe polish. It has become quite a lot.
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Wonderful kenial pictures from Mongolia. 250 pairs of shoes reached the kids of the NGO Freundeskreis Mongolei. The association supports disabled children and youngsters. The shoes were distributed to the 40 children of the special kindergarten and the day care center, to 22 families of the home service project and to the 31 Mongolian employees.…
Warm jackets and rainproof pants for the children’s home, plus gloves, slippers and hats. Looks great!
A big thank you to Sören. With a lot of patience and a lot of organization LOWA shoes and small Maloja backpacks arrived at Simin and the NGO Childfoundation in Tehran. Certainly one of the most complicated kenial projects.
On their way through Albania, Leonie and Tommy visit the children’s home of the “Albanienhilfe Weilheim” in Elbasan. And bring the kids new super nice things – Thanks to Schöffel – and a laptop for the girls house.
There was a lot to climb at the climbing festival in Frankenjura. And to brush. The proceeds of the sold and individually named boulder brushes went to KENIAL – and will support at 100% our children’s aid projects.