Clothes for children in Slovakia

In the year 2014, Charity Cat formed a new connection with a school in Breznica in the east of Slovakia. We heard about the school, which provides education primarily for children from socially disadvantaged families that would not be able to afford school for their children without the support from the Slovak government and Breznica […]

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Rebuilding after Taiphoon Hayan, Philippines

There’s no doubt that Taiphoon Hayan was one of the most destructive natural disasters to hit humankind in 2013, which cost the lives and livelihoods of many people in the Philippines. After the storm, Charity Cat asked PUMA employees worldwide for donations. Thanks to the fantastic support of the colleagues and PUMA management, 30.000 euros […]

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Project ELAN, Fuerth, Germany

The German Organisation ELAN, based in Fuerth, Germany, stands for Enter (“Einsteigen”), Learn (“Lernen”), Work (“Arbeiten”), Realign (“Neuorientieren”) and aims to give underpriviledged youths from the area equal access to education as well as support them with (re)entering gainful employment. Since 2013/2014, ELAN has also had the task of carrying out the vocational part of […]

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Street drop-in clinics in Nuremberg, Erlangen and Fuerth

The organisation Caritas for the Nuremberg area, Germany, provides street drop-in clinics in the cities of Nuremberg, Erlangen and Fuerth. These provide medical services for homeless persons as well as free help, childcare and recreation offers for other people in need in the area. The drop-ins include a day center, food counter and clothing store […]

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Against racism in school: Pupils support refugees

With their project “Education without racism – Education with courage” („Schule ohne Rassismus – Schule mit Courage“), pupils from the school Schloss Schwarzenberg have decided to support the refugees currently housed in Scheinfeld, Germany. During the time leading up to Christmas 2014, the children and young adults collected clothing and toys. Charity Cat was glad […]

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