Tollwood Summer 2017

Each cent of the products sold is 100% invested in HELP CHILDREN FOUNDATION’s aid projects. Please support the HELP CHILDREN FOUNDATION projects.

Thank you.


kids to life 2016

Help Children Foundation &
kids to life

In war and crisis areas such as Syria or Turkey, the distribution of over 2,000 survivors’ pensions to children in need is annually one of the main pillars of foundations. Various educational projects and the targeted support of children’s children are further important projects of the international help of kids to life. The Help Children Foundation regularly supports the international projects of kids to life.

In Unterhaching near Munich, the Foundation’s 16,000 m² pedagogic center for children and youths is used by more than 20 social institutions with over 3,000 children a year. It has a children’s workshop, a petting zoo with a variety of animals, sports fields, a climbing garden and two overnight accommodation houses.

Currently, the Foundation is increasingly committed to refugee children, provides assistance to children from refugee camps, and organizes football camps for unaccompanied minor refugees and home children.

With the ever increasing number of children to be looked after, the foundation has come to its capacity limit. For this reason, the construction of a large kitchen has become indispensable in order to provide the children with meals. The Help Children Foundation also supports kids to life in this important project. In no other life stage is food as important as in childhood. In the first ten years they learn the nutritional behavior, which forms the basis for their lifelong eating habits.

At kids to life the children are not only well-cared for, but learn a lot about different ingredients and recipes in cookery and baking workshops and acquire basic knowledge about different types of preparation. In a very playful way, a respectful handling of food is also conveyed.


Senegal 2017 – Day care center for street children in Dakar

Day care center for street children in Dakar

In Senegal, many children are given to Marabuts as a student (Talibé). Often they come to a profiteering Marabut and are forcefully forced to beg, or they flee to the street.

PERSPECTIVE SENEGAL offers escaped and abused Talibés a safe haven and a chance to live a normal life. In the training and residential center they learn to process their trauma and to develop confidence again. In addition to a basic education, they can follow a carpenter’s training, which opens up new perspectives for the future. The HELP CHILDREN FOUNDATION supports the creation of a day trip in Dakar to get more children off the road.

Tollwood Winter 2016

Like all years, the HELP CHILDREN FOUNDATION stand is present on the Tollwood, Theresienwiese Munich.

Books, pictures, CDs, cloth bags, T-shirts, lavender bags, hearts, ceramics and much more are sold from 23rd November to 30th November from 14:00 to 23:00 at night.

Each cent of the products sold goes into the SURVIVAL PACKAGES. From this money, children in Syria receive FOOD AND WARM CEILING for the winter. Please support the HELP CHILDREN FOUNDATION projects.



Africa Days Munich

African and international musicians, dancers and restaurateurs bring a piece of Africa to Munich. Why not even ride a “desert ship” over the Theresienwiese? The Help Children Foundation has a booth at the Africa Week, which is also a charity week. It is collected for children in need: and you can also find us on Facebook.

The cultural diversity of Africa

The visitors of the African Days experience the cultural diversity of the continent on a bazaar. Here you can find colorful crafts, small furniture, masks and rare teas. With a typical African hairstyle or a dirndl made of African fabric, you can also take a piece of Africa home with you. The supporting program of the African Days includes concerts with African musicians and dancers as well as lectures and readings that inform about the continent – not only as a vacation paradise for safari trips. On the opening day the admission is free, but it is asked for donations for charitable  and relief organizations.