The donation run at the Gymnasium in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn was a complete success again this year. Since 2014, AK Philippines students have been organizing an annual fundraising run to raise money for our community development project in a slum of about 100,000 people in Davao. The weather on the fifth donation run was as ordered by us. A bright blue Bavarian sky and bright sunshine made for ideal running conditions. More than 1,000 participants took part in the fundraiser this year. … Read More
Also this year there will be another donation run at the Gymnasium Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn. Since 2014, AK Philippines students are organizing an annual fundraiser to raise money for our community development project. Such a great event is not easy to organize. At many breaks and even afternoons, the students get together and motivate sponsors, fellow travelers and activate the parents’ council. That the campaign is successful every year, proves the charity run of 2015. This was about 17,000 € “run”. Of … Read More
Our Co-Founder and 1. Chairman, Johannes Hoffmeister, spent this weekend in Agdao in order to reconnect with the recipients and hold the first official meeting with the board of the new formed Dandelion – Hands on Charity – Philippines. “Heart broken by so many tragic life stories, but also very thrilled by the help we could provide for our recepients.” This year – 2018 – Dandelion Philippines is providing around 200 micro credits for citizens of Agdao, a very poor … Read More
We are happy to have been able to start four new rounds of microcredits in November and December 2017. Over 100 families are profitting through our program and we are hoping to reach over 130 families in 2018. Next to financial support we also offer teachings in how to budget wisely and even extend their business in a sensible way.
We are delighted to present our new vice president: Johanna Blum! A very warm welcome to our team from Dandelion Hands on Charity! At our last annual convention in october we elected a new vice president, since the previous and founding member Aaron Overmeyer and family is going to extend his stay in New Zealand to continue his studies. Thus it was reasonable to release his function to somebody at home, nearer to the action. A big thank you to … Read More
Ate Remi, 60 years old and a true entrepreneur! She raised six children of which two graduated from college – one summa cum laude. Since her husband was not able to support his family sufficiently, Remi did everything she could to earn some extra money. When the children were in High School she made Native delicacies and sold them from her home. She cleans at four different households and sews costumes for school. She is very determined: “That time I’m … Read More
Can you imagine how it is to be a shoe repair man in the Philippines and what life that entails? And can you imagine how it feels, when you lose your job in the shoe business due to athritis and can’t support your family with five children and a wife who is bending over backwards to survive? Benjamin can. That is his story. Through Dandelion’s support he was able to buy some shoe repair material and now takes on orders … Read More
Here we proudly present our frontman in the Philippines: Lou! He sustains important contacts – like the church authorities where we are allowed to carry out Dandelion projects, keeps in touch with the people from the micro credit progam, invents new ideas how Dandelion can help and considers whether the idea can be realized, he will be leading the new building project for the first training center rooms for Dandelion and tons more. Thank you, Lou!! Without you our projects … Read More
It has become a tradition at Dandelion already – the annual charity run at the High School in Höhenkirchen-Siegertsbrunn. The fourth in a row took place on July 14th this year. The students ran around their school building zealously – thereby supporting numerous families in the Philippines that desperately need help. Thanks a lot for your engagement, for the donations and the cooperation of the school administration and the parents’ council. We are looking forward to next year!