We are pleased to announce that we – Marc and Max – will present our film documentary “Orphanage Mother Charity” in the Albert Schweitzer Hall in Karlsruhe on Tuesday 15.1. at 15:30. Afterwards a conversation will take place, where we
After a long and painstaking work, I am very happy to present the film-documentary about the Mother Charity Orphanage. This project in Togo left us very affected! An emotional rollercoaster due to the simply overwhelming impressions: pity, joy, regret and
Last weekend the Christmas party of my football club DJK Karlsruhe-Ost took place. It has meanwhile become a young tradition that SEELEVEL presents the documentation of the current project at the Christmas party. This time I presented the orphanage of
This Friday 27th April we are appearing on the Landesschau to be broadcast from the SWR studios in Stuttgart. The Landesschau starts at 6.45 p.m. Marc and Max are to be studio guests and will be saying a bit about
DAS DING, 13. April 2018 Link to the DAS DING page: https://www.dasding.de/05-vor-ort/karlsruhe/Anpacken-in-Togo-Karlsruher-starten-Hilfsprojekt,video-karlsruher-helfen-in-togo-100.html If you’d like to help, have a look at our project pages, make a donation, or go to our Facebook page, click on “like” and add your comments:
SWR feature, 13. April 2018 Link to the SWR page: https://www.swr.de/swraktuell/baden-wuerttemberg/karlsruhe/Karlsruher-Verein-Seelevel-Startschuss-fuer-Hilfsprojekte-in-Togo,hilfe-fuer-togo-120.html If you’d like to help, have a look at our project pages, make a donation, or go to our Facebook page, click on “like” and add your comments: https://www.facebook.com/seelevelkarlsruhe/
We were only there briefly, although our visit had been carefully planned over a long period of time. This time the German TV channel SWR came with us too. Rebekka Plies, who is a journalist, spent four very intensive days
Our crowd-funding campaign on betterplace.org, “An orphanage in Togo – with a leaky roof and no beds”, has been running since the end of May of last year. Now, nine months on, we are delighted that this project has been
First and foremost: big thank yous to Sebastian Maier, a teacher at the Carl Engler School, to the student representatives, and to all the administrative team at the school for your support for SEELEVEL. Not to mention all those who
Purchase and delivery of building materials Last week I went back to Jambiani, in Zanzibar, Tanzania, to help push ahead the construction of Juma’s training centre. This time Mirjam, my girlfriend and co-founder of SEELEVEL, came with me and was
You can read the interview and the report on the ka-news.de website: https://www.ka-news.de/region/karlsruhe/Karlsruhe~/Jeder-kann-helfen-Karlsruher-starten-Hilfsorganisation-Seelevel;art6066,2172921 Click here to view the website in English on Google Translate.
At the the DJK Karlsruhe-Ost’s Christmas party last weekend Marc showed a short film about the first Juma Lukondya Project. This project had benefitted from this Catholic Sports Federation’s donation the previous year. The footballers donations principally contributed to funding
Our friend and one-time member of the DJK, Timm Helbach decided that he and his home club, the SpVgg Essenheim should get involved in our fund-raising activities. At the last match of the season against VfL Frei-Weinheim, everyone was asked
Marc turned to the regional football platform pfoschdeschuss.de to help organise donations in kind for the Togo II “Football boots for the barefooted” project. Amateur footballers from the Karlsruhe area are on the site daily. Marc describes the project in
All the donations which came in after the deadline will be leaving for Zanzibar this week. We will be visiting Juma’s training centre too and trying to work out a way of getting it finished.