Category Archives: Funding activities

A Team from Mahle donates

Mahle employees celebrated this year’s summer festival in the beer garden Feuerbacher Tal. On this occasion, they organized a raffle.


The proceeds generated from the raffle as well as individual donations from the employees amounted to a sum of 752 euros. This amount was donated to support our school project Tsikudokope. Many thanks to all sponsors and donors.

Charity concert on 16th October in Filderstadt

We invite you to our 2nd charity concert, which will take place on 16 Oct 2016, 18:00 h in the Aula of the school Bruckenackerschule, Fröbelstrasse in Filderstadt-Bernhausen.

Our association will present its work and Paul and Daniel will talk about their impressions from the work in Ghana, which they have gained during their trip in September.

The musical part of the evening will be celebrated by the vocal ensemble “StimmBänd” and two of Stuttgarts most famous opera singers, Catriona Smith and Maria Theresa Ullrich. They will be supported by Alan Hamilton.

During the intermission fingerfood and drinks will be offered. The event will come to a close around 19:45 h. We are looking forward to seeing you in Filderstadt.

Participation at the Stuttgart Social Marketplace

On 22 June 2016 the 8th Social Marketplace took place in the Stuttgart City Hall. The idea behind this event is in generating trade-offs for mutual profit: Companies have professional know-how and material resources, which often charitable organizations are lacking. On the contrary, charitable organizations can help with voluntary workforce and can provide immaterial values. The marketplace represents a forum to arrange cooperations.


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Successful Charity Evening

On 12th March 2016 our first Information and Charity Evening took place in the protestant church of Stuttgart-Botnang. The organizing team and our 30 guests all agreed: it had been a successful evening.


The opera singers Catriona Smith and Diana Haller accompanied by Alan Hamilton on the piano (all from Staatsoper Stuttgart) and the amateur choir „StimmBänd“ from Filderstadt performed music pieces from different epochs. During the intervals our association members presented information about Ghana, our school project and our new sponsorship programme. At the end of the evening a spontaneous encore was performed by all artists together and obtained huge applause.

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Invitation to Charity Evening on 12 March 2016

Saturday the 12th March 2016 all friends and followers of our association are invited to an information and charity night. The event takes place in the community centre of the protestant church of Stuttgart-Botnang, Fleckenwaldweg 3, 70195 Stuttgart and start at 7 PM.

We will present our first projects in Ghana while you can have a snack or a drink or discuss further ideas for our future work.

There will also be musical entertainment by chamber singer Catriona Smith and Diana Haller of the Staatsoper Stuttgart.

We are looking forward to meeting you there.
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Protestant church of Botnang donates 3,000 €

The protestant church of Stuttgart-Botnang organized their traditional autumn fair on November 13 and 14, 2015. Every year, half of the revenue is donated to charitable organizations.
Our association representatives Gabriele and Paul had the chance to present our school project and the CDV association was selected as one of three donation recipients. We are grateful for the contribution of 3,000 €, which we received just before Christmas.

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Major donation for our school project

Every Christmas the Thieme publishing group chooses several initiatives from the health sector or from the Stuttgart area to support them with a donation. This year – among others – our association was selected.

Thieme supports the building of a school in Tsikudokope with 2.500,-€.

Thanks to that, and all donations collected so far included, the grounding of the school is now funded. Together with our local partners in Ghana we now concentrate on getting the works started in the beginning of 2016. Find out more soon.