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Supported organisation: Bahnhofsmission München
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365 – 24/7

365 days - 24/7. Anyone who needs help can always turn to the Munich Bahnhofsmission (Central Station mission) non-profit organisation at any time.

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37
Donation amount
€25,157.22
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Help empower vulnerable people with a safe place to overnight

With your support, we are not only able to help 100 people who have fallen on hard times, but also provide emergency supplies of food, drink and clothing to over 250 visitors every day.

  • INPUT
    €5 donation
  • OUTPUT
    Emergency supplies for one person
  • OUTCOME
    Meeting basic needs
  • IMPACT
    Reducing poverty and hunger in Munich (SDG 1 & SDG 2)

How we get there

During the coronavirus pandemic and #stayhome, the Munich Bahnhofsmission organisation provides a place for those who can’t shelter at home to spend the day. At the same time, our staff are ready and willing to help with information and advice no matter how big the problem or small the request. Women and children can also spend the night in our mission at Munich Central Station. What’s more, refreshments such as coffee, tea, water and sandwiches are available around the clock.

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Supporters
37
Donation amount
€25,157.22
  1. Foundation "Die Mannschaft" donated €25,000.00 Sponsor
  2. Karin W. donated €100.00
  3. Julia S. donated €10.00
  4. Leonie M. donated €5.00
  5. Isabel O. donated €5.00
  6. Jens B. donated

Impact objectives

We want to achieve these impact objectives with you.

  • Establishing shelters and safe spaces for women and children
  • Providing basic necessities to needy people
  • Facilitating self-determined and dignified lives
  • Providing a meeting point for different cultures

About the organisation

In order to protect young women from dubious employment agents with questionable motives, native Swedish politician and women’s rights activist Ellen Ammann opened the first German Catholic railway station mission at Munich Central station in 1897 with the “Marian Girls’ Protection Association”, founded in 1895. The mission was based on an evangelical equivalent opened in Berlin in 1894 by Pastor Johannes Burckhardt. Today, the Munich Bahnhofsmission is jointly run by IN VIA München e.V. (Munich catholic social services for women and girls) NPO and Evangelisches Hilfswerk München GmbH (Munich evangelical welfare organization). We see ourselves as one of Munich’s social services and welcome all those in need of help. Since emergencies don’t keep to office hours, the Munich Bahnhofsmission is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This means we are often the first and last port of call. We offer a wide range of services spanning emergency food supplies, night shelters for women and even direct financial assistance.

Sustainable Development Goals

365 – 24/7 contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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