Moving Child supports financially disadvantaged babies, children, and teenagers worldwide.

Our main aim is to promote and enable access to basic health care as well as education and training.

We are pleased that you have found us – whether as a potential sponsor for our projects or because you are looking for support.

“We are moved by babies, children and young people who are looking for support for their own life plan.”

“We support projects that are a safe haven in crisis situations and offer contact, connection and protection.”

“Health and education are particularly close to our hearts. Our support projects give children support and space here.”

NEWS

Hooray! The new mattresses for Morukutu Primary School have arrived!

The children at Morukutu Primary School in Namibia can finally sleep on real mattresses again. Thanks to the Outjenaho association – bright children's eyes – which was able to realize the production and delivery of new mattresses in Namibia thanks to our donation, among other. So happy to see the beaming and grateful children with the new mattresses! A fantastic and important project!

May festival of the MiBiKids association in Freising

The traditional May festival of the MiBiKids e.V. association recently took place at St. Georg Haus in Freising. Moving Child, around 130 MiBiKids and their families, group leaders, representatives from politics, supporters of the association, school management and teaching staff attended the party. Special highlights were the performances by the MiBiKids children, who expressed their linguistic talent in songs and stories. A very successful afternoon together!

Our new project: Outjenaho – strahlende Kinderaugen e. V.

Outjenaho - strahlende Kinderaugen (shining children’s eyes) e. V. is a school partnership between Morukutu Primary School in Namibia and Ottenhofen Primary School near Munich. When we heard that the sleeping situation in the school hostels was critical, we donated the funds to purchase 100 new mattresses. Morukutu Primary School has more than 300 pupils, over 200 of whom live at the school during the school semester.

Projects supported by Moving Child