Supporters

Our special thanks to all individuals, groups and organisations who support this project!

The infomobile is a grassroots project that wants to remain independent. Therefore we welcome all kinds of support, be it funding or material donations, and of course also human power, networking and creativity in our daily work.

For monetary donations please use the following account:

Wohnschiffprojekt Altona E.V.
keyword: infomobile
IBAN: DE06 2005 0550 1257 1227 37
BIC: HASPDEHHXXX

If you live in Germany:
HASPA (Hamburger Sparkasse)
Keyword: infomobile
BLZ 200 505 50
Kt.-Nr.: 1257 122 737

For material donations please remember that we are based in Greece! We mainly need farmacy, clothes, blankets, shoes, shampoo and soaps for sans-papiers, migrants and asylum seekers living in or passing through Evros, Athens, Patras and Igoumenitsa.

If you want to donate some of these things please contact us:
infomobile.gr@gmail.com

Wohnschiffprojekt Altona
Stiftung DO
… and many others

Thank you!
The infomobile team

The infomobile

... is like a “paper boat”. We chose this as a metaphor for what we want to create and for the situation of refugees and migrants in Greece. The paper boat is a folded boat able to swim – for a while. Then you have to build a new one to go on travelling. A paper boat is symbolic for the journey of life, vulnerable but in your own hands and to be recreated again and again. It is simple, but it carries many hopes and dreams. It can dance on a turbulent sea. It belongs to everybody. And it might become the small version – like a first draft – of a welcome-space.

Get in touch

email: infomobile.w2eu@gmail.com

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