Premature baby simulator Paul

A scholarship as a door opener

Colorful autumn action for children and godparents



Board Meetings:


March 6, 2023

April 13, 2023

May 31, 2023


Grant applications must be received at the Foundation no later than 14 days prior to the Board meeting,

in order to be considered at the meeting.




Board of Trustees Meetings:

May 3, 2023

November 27, 2023




Learning where we come from- Basic writings of European culture

Hanjo Kesting (commentary)

(Every Monday, 7:30 p.m., Vienna House Remarque, Room: Westphalian Peace I-III)


February 27, 2023

Friedrich Nietzsche: Ecce homo

(Reading: Siegfried W. Kernen)


March 27, 2023

Johann Wolfgang Goethe: Reineke Fuchs

(Reading: Thomas Sarbacher)




(subject to change!)

What we promote

  • Projects that strengthen and develop self-competence and motivation, especially among socially disadvantaged children and young people.
  • Projects that strengthen and promote families as an important and ongoing educational entity.
  • Initiatives that serve to build networks and educational partnerships.
  • Measures that contribute to the development of a healthy lifestyle in families, daycare centers and schools as a basis for successful educational processes.
  • Initiatives and organizations that positively shape and accompany educational pathways, especially transitions.
  • Projects that are innovative and seek solutions that are professionally validated and take into account new scientific findings.

Funding Partner Foundation at:

Member in:

Cooperation with the Stiftung Polytechnische Gesellschaft Frankfurt am Main in the projects Diesterweg Scholarship and The Great Dictation Competition

Regional partner in the:

As a regionally active educational foundation, we consider the promotion of reading to be a fundamental pillar of every educational biography: reading skills help us to go through life more confidently, and a love of reading can even inspire us.

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