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#RefugeesGR: Cars of Hope on #Lesvos: Day 1

The first part of the Cars of Hope collective arrived on Lesvos yesterday. We will publish regular updates about their work with refugees on the Aegean island.

Originally published by Cars of Hope. Translated by Riot Turtle.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of  these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

#RefugeesGR: Cars of Hope on Lesvos: Day 1

Day 1 on Lesvos and we are full of new impressions and emotions. It was nice to see some of our contacts and friends again. Some of them managed to get out of the Moria camp. They are living in apartments now and support the Refugees for Refugees initiative now. 

Here are a few images of the new Refugee for Refugees project. They are transforming an old yoghurt factory into a commuity center. The communty center will also have play- and sports fcilities for people of all ages. They are looking for support for the reconstruction and the instrumentation and furniture. The project with the name”Habibi Land” wants to give people something that they don’t have in the Moria camp: Giving people something to do. That distracts them in a positive way, will stimulate soial cohesion of the community and people will have fun.

You can support the work of Refugee 4 Refugees here: 

https://refugee4refugees.org/donate/

People can also support the work of Cars of Hope with a donation on their bank- or PayPal account: 

Name of the bank: Volksbank im Bergischen Land
Account holder: Hopetal e.V.
Description: Cars of Hope
IBAN: DE51 3406 0094 0002 9450 87
BIC: VBRSDE33XXX
PayPal account: carsofhopewtal@gmail.com
 

Or they can support the current crowdfunding campaign of Cars of Hope: Eastern behind barbed wire (Link: Crowdfunding Kampagne “Ostern hinter Stacheldraht”)


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1 thought on “#RefugeesGR: Cars of Hope on #Lesvos: Day 1

  1. […] The first part of the Cars of Hope collective arrived on Lesvos. We will publish regular updates about their work with refugees on the Aegean island. Today part 2. You can read part 1 here. […]

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