Enormous generosity in Lower Saxony

by Deborah Schmieg,  2013/09/10

There are many possibilities of supporting humedica. In Ankum, in Lower Saxony, a Tai-Chi course took place for the benefit of the aid organization from Kaufbeuren and in neighboring Bersenbrück beverages were sold for a good cause during a reggae festival. Thus, humedica was pleased to receive two generous donations from the Osnabrück district.

The link between both campaigns: Dr. Mechthild Wortmann, general practitioner and, for some years now, voluntary field doctor with humedica. Her voluntary work as a doctor has already led her to Ethiopia, Nepal, Burundi, Lebanon and Kosovo.

And in Germany she also finds ways to live her deep-rooted altruism: She has been a member of the charitable association Kolpingsfamilie Bersenbrück for many years.

Together with 32 other assiduous helpers of this association she sold beverages for a good cause during a big reggae festival at the beginning of August. She could thus collect the great sum of 2,990 Euros for humedica.

In the neighboring little town Ankum, Mechthild Wortman’s hometown, there was another campaign to raise money for humedica. Tai-Chi instructor Annette Raben hold a free Tai-Chi course for everybody on 5 Sundays during the summer holidays.

The participants had the possibility of donating a sum they could decide of. In the end, the total was given to Mechthild Wortmann for humedica. Both donations are going to support the humedica hospital in Kollo in Niger, a project which is dear to Mechthild Wortmann.

humedica thanks all the responsible persons of the Kolpingsfamilie Bersenbrück, all helpful participants of the Tai-Chi courses and Ms Mechthild Wortmann, of course for their great commitment.

Dear friends and sponsors, there are many possibilities of supporting humedica. Which one do you use? Many thanks for any kind of help!

      humedica e. V.
      Reference “Hospital Niger”
      Account 47 47
      Bank Code 734 500 00
      Sparkasse Kaufbeuren

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