mitSprache e. V.

Project: Dance theater project

Responsible body: mitSprache e.V.

Sponsorship since: 2013

mitSprache e.V. is committed to the linguistic, educational and social integration of young migrants. The central part of our work is a mentoring system for language development and cultural integration, as well as a highly reputed annual dance theater project at the Schauburg Theater in Munich.

Moving Child sponsors the dance theater project, which is being organized under the leadership of two professional choreographers with young migrants from integration classes, and performed at the Theater der Jugend, the children’s and youth theater at the Munich Schauburg Theater. Apart from this, Moving Child supports education programs attended by the children sponsored by mitSprache e.V., including mathematics tutoring, literacy classes, and German classes held during the school holidays. In addition to educational support, Moving Child promotes leisure programs such as farmhouse holidays, judo classes and fitness offerings. Moving Child also supports special, individual cases, from swimming lessons to the annual subscription for the sports club.

“Thanks to your longstanding, generous support, many young people were able to have a very special experience in the past: I have done something; I can achieve things I never imagined!

This year, another 17 girls and boys from the Vocational School at Bogenhauser Kirchplatz were able to make this incredibly valuable experience. To the enthusiastic premiere audience in the sold-out Metropoltheater they proudly presented what they had learned within only six months of training. There was great joy and rejoicing.

In the name of mitSprache e.V. and from the heart of the young people you support, we want to thank you, dear Ms. Schulz-Dornburg and dear Ms. Leimstättner, that you do not tire to support and advocate for young people.”

Yours sincerly, Monika Schulte-Rentrop, Chairwoman mitSprache e.V.
(May 2019)

You can watch a video here.

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