School Dinner, Tembladera, Peru 2011

This is one of the additions to Charity Cat’s portfolio of ongoing projects. At a local school in Tembladera, Peru, a lot of the children have to go without breakfast or lunch as their families cannot afford to give them one. The local parish in Tembladera has decided to establish a “parish kitchen,” which has […]

Read more
Project Tafel Erlangen/Herzogenaurach

Beginning of December 2009 Charity Cat started to support another regional project, the branch of the “Erlanger Tafel” in Herzogenaurach. Despite the prosperity of quite a lot of people in our region there are also families with children and/or elder people having very less money through no fault of their own. Therefore, they depend on […]

Read more
The MAEH – Project, Haiti

Haiti is the poorest country within the western hemisphere. More than 50.000 children live in orphanages and many others live on the street. With 65 % of the population living below the absolute poverty line, many families cannot afford the school fees for their children. The Haitian Mondi Benoit, who has been actively involved in […]

Read more
Children’s home Bolle, Berlin 2011

In Germany, more than 2.5 million children live in poverty. A good education often seems to be the only way out of this one-way street.  To increase the chances of these kids to lead a self-determined life, the association Straßenkinder e.V. founded the Kinder- und Jugendhaus Bolle (children’s home) in April 2010. At Bolle, kids […]

Read more
Energy-saving stoves for Peru collaboration with charity cat

Bambamarca is a province in the northern part of the Andes in Peru at about 2000 to 4500 meters sea level with a very cliffy landscape. While there are 6000 residents in Pueblo, a small town with the center of administration and school, there are about 95,000 Campesinos living in the periphery in the mountains. […]

Read more