…and it is a matter of personal importance to us. It is well known that child poverty is increasing. When the financial means to participate in normal life are lacking, this often means social exclusion and isolation. Improving the future prospects of these children and their living conditions is our main concern.
We mainly support children from low-income families. We finance their materials for the daily needs, such as schoolbooks and clothing. Another big focus is giving them the opportunity to experience “happy moments”. We fund and plan trips, parties, excursions, and other events.
Vor 5 Jahren wurde in der Weyersberger Grundschule in Burbach, Saarbrücken ein Schulgarten mithilfe unserer Barbarossa Kinderfonds Stiftung errichtet. Mit unserer regelmäßigen Unterstützung tragen wir […]read more >
Die Barbarossa Kinderfonds Stiftung (2500 €), vertreten durch Kurt Landry, und Lichtblick 2000 e.V. (1000 €), vertreten durch den Vorstand Jürgen Bohnert, spenden der Kinderkrebshilfe […]read more >
The soccer project strengthens the children’s sense of community. They have a meaningful activity, and it contributes to their health. The Barbarossa children foundation donates […]read more >
At the hospital “Uniklinikum” in Mainz a room with exercise equipment was needed for the young cancer patients. The possibility to exercise is very important […]read more >
Thursday, September 19th, 2019 Jürgen Bohnert (Barbarossa children foundation) presented a check worth 1200€ to the “friends of the Auersmacher und Sitterswalder Grundschulkinder” for their […]read more >
Thanks to the Barbarossa children foundation’s support five years ago the project “school garden” could be advanced at the school “OGTS Weyersberg”. With an additional […]read more >
In Frankenthal the network “Kinderschutz, Kindergesundheit und Frühe Hilfen” (child protection, child health and early help) offers young parents coupons for first aid courses for […]read more >
Friday, July 10th, 2020 Jürgen Bohnert (project manager Barbarossa children foundation) and Kurt Landry (Barbarossa bakery) delivered a check of 2.000€ to the parents’ initiative […]read more >