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Guest Writer
September 4, 2015

Help the refugees

Germany is taking in over 800,000 refugees this year, a figure that could rise to 1 million. We all read about it in newspapers and see it on television, and a lot of peoplewant to help - but don’t know how.

Here’s some ways:

  • If you have an old laptop you're no longer using, you can drop it off at Französische Straße 33a-c, Saturday September 5th between 17:00 and 00:00. It'll be used at the Refugee Code School. No need to charge or wipe it clean, the experts there will do it for you.
  • If you're in our (Kreuzberg) area and you have some spare shampoo, toothpaste, clothes, raincoats, blankets, granola bars, simcards etc.: Kreuzberg-Hilft, at Dieffenbachstrasse 15 in Kreuzberg Graefekiez is very happy to take them (as long as they have enough space). You can drop off things Tuesdays to Fridays from 12:00 to 17:00. You can find their latest list of items needed here. (and here's them Google maps).
  • Only the items listed can be donated, however, cash donations are accepted at the storeroom or can be deposited to: Berlin Midwives Association, DE08 1009 0000 2002 2830 10.

If you want to do more, or find organisations closer to you, this checklist by Finding Berlin is very helpful.  

Here you can find more insightful articles and information! 

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