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Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 1 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Welcome to
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 2 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Name nestwärme (literally) nest warmth love and security, happy family life e.V. registered association/non-profit organisation Deutschland active nationwide Slogan Every child needs warmth.
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 3 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 are living in Germany together with socially disadvantaged children, children displaying behavioural problems or severely or chronically ill children. 950,000 families and single mothers, in particular, often feel hopelessly abandoned to this burden, especially in the first years of the childs life. To provide these children with the best chances, family policy must pay special attention to these families needs: expert advice and relief of strain, help and support for all problems occuring during childhood from birth to graduation, and other activities supporting these families. Parents, especially single parents, of chronically ill or disabled children are facing a very difficult life-task, which demands a great deal of additional resources from these parents: mentally physically financially (continual shortness of money or even worse)
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 4 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Fulfilling their desire to help affected children and their families in the long run and with lasting effects, Petra Moske and Elisabeth Schuh founded the non- profit child and family aid organisation nestwärme e.V. in the year For the beginning, only a personal loan of 2,000 DM was at their disposal. Petra Moske From the beginning, nestwärme was highly committed to family and social policy and supported burdened parents with special children by means of different projects. Started as regional initiative, nestwärme provides its activities and services since 2003 nationwide and in all foreign German-speaking countries. Meanwhile, more than 700 people support nestwärme and the affected families. nestwärme understands the support of families also as a fundamental basis for promoting our country and society. Elisabeth Schuh
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 5 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 In 2004, nestwärme e.V. Deutschland founded a public utility institution, the Childrens Center of Excellence nestwärmeKinderkompetenzzentrum – gemeinnützige GmbH. A team of experienced specialists provides services like intensive home care and an integrative day-care centre for healthy, ill and disabled children aged 0-3 years. In 2004, nestwärme e.V. Deutschland founded a public utility institution, the Childrens Center of Excellence nestwärmeKinderkompetenzzentrum – gemeinnützige GmbH. A team of experienced specialists provides services like intensive home care and an integrative day-care centre for healthy, ill and disabled children aged 0-3 years. To address the special need of families and single parents in this burdensome situation, the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Family and Health of the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate supports the 1 st Expert Advice Centre for Families and Single Parents of Severely and Chronically Ill Children in Rhineland-Palatinate operated by nestwärme gGmbH Kinderkompetenzzentrum. Together with two innovative initiatives and a private enterprise, nestwärme founded the House of Family (Haus der Familie) as service centre for families, children and senior citizens, officially recognized as multi-generation house by the present German Minister of Family Affairs, Ursula von der Leyen. Further foundation in 2004 Public administration (Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate) Cooperation with enterprises
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 6 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Mission nestwärme provides help for families with chronically ill and disabled children or single parents that are caring their children at home, in Germany and abroad, in order to relieve the burden of these families, to improve their quality of life and help preventing them from becoming socially excluded. nestwärme acts as social entrepreneur, thinking in economic terms, committed to use its exceptional creativity and outstanding reputation for the solution of a social problem. For this mission, we have strong partners in the business sector who are aware of their social responsibility. They closely cooperate with us within the scope of their business operations to realize the concept of corporate social responsibility together with nestwärme.
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 7 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Daily business Usually projects To help pad the family nest of socially disadvantaged, severely ill, and disabled children and their brothers and sisters. To enable nuclear families, to autonomously realize + seize + develop their opportunities in an ever-changing society. To improve the quality of life of the parents and of the severely ill and disabled children and to work together with them on their individual chances. Major concerns of nestwärme e.V. Deutschland
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 8 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Establishment of a sustainable, long-lasting network supporting and promoting socially disadvantaged children, families and single parents with severely ill or disabled children and their brothers and sisters Individual support, advice, stabilization and relief of the strain of families and single parents with children showing behavioural problems, chronically ill or disabled children as well as socially disadvantaged children Lobbying, public relations and projects as a chance for the affected children Empowering families to help themselves Engagement for the society in two ways: nestwärme e.V. Deutschland helps socially disadvantaged children and their parents nestwärme e.V. Deutschland conveys values, takes responsibility, creates new job positions and relieves the state through its own initiatives Main focus of activities
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 9 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 nestwärme supplements the national social welfare and health system nestwärme enters, where feasible, into partnership with other regional or national organisation, for the sake of the children and families of the target group nestwärme keeps contact to stakeholders from the whole range of community, regional and national politics and tries to involve them into activities as far as possible – engaging also the members of the advisory board and celebrities to act as door opener nestwärme organizes meetings and congresses on the issues of integration, families under constant strain, and childrens health in the federal states of Lower Saxony, Saarland, Rhineland-Palatinate, and Bavaria Further activities
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 10 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 RTL –Spenden-Marathon (Charity TV Show) Cooperations with companies DecJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec Tupperware Germany Vodafone-Stiftung Deutschland (Vodafone Foundation) Permanent and temporary support Michelin Reifenwerke (Tire production site) Latham & Watkins (solicitors office) Luxair (airlines company) Michelin (tire production site) Microsoft and Hewlett/Packard Mila Design (producer and designer of consumer items) Park Plaza, Trier (hotel) Schaffer AG (producer of cuddly toys) Tupperware Germany Vodafone Foundation Germany ….and many others…. etc. … nestwärme e.V. Deutschland acts as mediator for companies that want to invest in society and are eager cooperate with us in finding sustainable and long-lasting solutions for a social problem.
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 11 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 nestwärme is supported by many celebrities, e.g. Bettina Tiedjen Volkan Baydar Frank Nimsgern Frank Elstner Jörg Knör Thomas Kiessling Ursula Meissner Ingrid Peters Kurt Beck Dr. Brigitte Mohn Alice Hoffmann Kurt Beck (Prime Minister of the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate) Jörg Knör (entertainer) Bettina Tiedjen (actress, tv show host) Dr. Brigitte Mohn (Bertelsmann Foundation) Frank Nimsgern (musical producer) Ingrid Peters (singer) Frank Elstner (tv show host) Ursula Meissner (photo journalist) Volkan Baydar (vocalist Orange-Blue) Alice Hoffmann (actress) Thomas Kiessling (star tenor)
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 12 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Insights into a new world A special sense of ones own worthiness Possibility to live up to ones own ideals Warmth, sympathy, joy and cordiality A home and nest for social commitment Professional support and appreciation Possibility to volunteer ones time Volunteerism What does nestwärme Deutschland give volunteers?
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 13 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Core values of nestwärme Major principles equality respect / accepting others and their otherness honesty and truthfulness flexibility willingness to break new ground Major principles equality respect / accepting others and their otherness honesty and truthfulness flexibility willingness to break new ground Meaning is given by being … creative … reliable … gifted for improvisation … unbureaucratic … enthusiastic … Meaning is given by being … creative … reliable … gifted for improvisation … unbureaucratic … enthusiastic … Showing love and respect for others and the otherness, by ones own deeds and a strong belief in the guiding principle of mutual giving and receiving. nestwärme means: nestwärme is … commitment … help … support…
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 14 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Facts & Figures (Last update: ) Total sum Range of activityRemarks 13,500FamiliesUnbureaucratic support and consulting services tailored to the individual needs, all over Germany 131FamiliesIn the foreign countries of Europe 123Disabled girls and womenIn Sri Lanka 996Parents and single parentsExpert hotline 7,580FamiliesProject Nestwärme-Stunden (nestwärme hours) 1,732FamiliesProject ZeitSchenken (GivingTime) 2,210FamiliesProject Parents help parents 320Primary-school pupilsProject Irgendwie Anders (Somehow different) 2753Children and familiesChildrens Centre of Excellence Trier + Saarland nestwärme gGmbH 925FamiliesExpert Advice Centre 133,987Site visitswww.nestwaerme.de 2,830Site visitswww.nestwaerme-kinderkompetenzzentrum.de 5,233Site visitswww.porta-l.de
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 15 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Awards 2001 Startsocial – Hilfe braucht Helfer (Help needs helpers) 2001 Multimedia- wettbewerb RLP (Multimedia competition) 2005 Hauptpreisträger HanseMerkur Preis für Kinderschutz (First Prize HanseMerkur Award for the Protection of Children) 2005 Auszeichnung für Katastrophenhilfe Sri Lanka (Award for emergency aid in Sri Lanka)
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 16 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Awards 2005 Landesverdienstorden RLP (Order of Merit of the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate) 2006 Goldener Tabaluga (Golden Tabaluga Award) 2006 Petra Moske one of the five finalists in the competition Social Entrepreneur 2006 Germany
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 17 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Awards 2006 Certificate berufundfamilie (jobandfamily) awarded by German Ministers of Family Affairs and Economic Affairs 2006 Frau des Jahres 2006 Woman of the Year 2006 awarded by the publishing house Axel- Springer-Verlag 2006 Award for help in Sri Lanka by Jugend hilft (Youth helps)
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 18 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Awards 2007 EUWIIN Special Recognition Award 2007 by the European Union Women Inventors & Innovators Network "EUWIIN
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 19 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 nestwärme House in Trier: Families and children in need Familien und Kinder in Not disabled child chronically ill child separation of parents unemployment mental problems behavioural problems severely ill child socially disadvantaged truancy Individual help Individual consulting Lobbying Consulting Online/Hotline Advanced training Personality development Workshops Relief of strain Youth welfare service Intensive care service SolutionsTasks München Berlin Hamburg Luxemburg
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 20 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 nestwärme e.V. Deutschland nestwärme gGmbH Childrens Centre of Excellence Project ZeitSchenken (GivingTime) Project nestwärme Stunden (nestwärme hours) Project Irgendwie Anders (Somehow different) Project Project Eltern helfen Eltern (Parents help parents) Integrative day-care centre for children under the age of 3 years Ambulant childrens nursing service Sociomedical aftercare General consulting services and family assistance Project Help for Sri Lanka individual help Expert Advice Centre for caring and supporting severely and chronically ill children in Rhineland-Palatinate Expert hotline for parents
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 21 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Cooperating and networking with Luxembourg Luxembourg - city Hamburg Hesse Frankfurt Bavaria Nuremberg North Rhine- Westphalia Leverkusen Sri LankaSwitzerlandAustria Berlin Saarland Saarbrücken Bavaria Munich nestwärme gGmbH Childrens Centre of Excellence in Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland - paediatric clinic - paediatrists - foundations - associations - organisations - companies - members of the social and healthcare sector - and many others…. nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Information and Coordination Centre Trier
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 22 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 nestwärme e.V. DeutschlandAdvisory board: Honorary executive board:1. chairperson Petra Moske-Margret Möllenkamp-Lintz 2. chairperson Elisabeth Schuh-Dr. Richard Auenheimer Treasurer:Sybille Gangolf-Walter Bockemühl Secretary:Ulrike Frosch-Dr. Dieter Everz Assesor:Yvonne Schmieder-Christoph Grimm -Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Rauh -Dr. med. Agathe Traut -Dr. Joachim Wilbers -Sandra Overwin -Michaela Plümecke Hamburg Honorary office manager: Heinz-Gerhard Wilkens Organisation: Anne Fleck Project manager: Maren Heuer Berlin Honorary office manager : Stefanie Link Organisation: N.N. Project manager: Simone Jank Project work: -Ute Stenkamp -Nadine Knauer -Andrea Kedenburg -Ottmar Klauss -B..I..S.. -benefit -Agenturhaus -Buyregio -TED-Geyer -Meta Beratung nestwärme gGmbH Childrens Centre of Excellence Managing director: Elisabeth Schuh Manager nursing services: Sonja Groeger Office assistant: René Schaefer Staff: Saarland Saarbrücken Honorary office manager : Elisabeth Schuh Organisation: Dagmar Munkelt Project manager: Yvonne Schmieder Bavaria Munich Honorary office manager : Ulrike Grönewegen-Weik Organisation: N.N. Project manager: Karin Ayx Bavaria Nuremberg Honorary office manager: N.N. Organisation: N.N. Project manager: Margot Gröhn Hesse Frankfurt Honorary office manager : Ottmar Klauss Organisation: N.N. Project manager: Ottmar Klaus North Rhine-Westphalia Leverkusen/Wuppertal Honorary office manager : Christa Steiner. Organisation: Wolfgang Entner Project manager: N.N. Luxembourg Luxembourg-City Honorary office manager : Isabelle von Spoerken Organisation: N.N. Project manager: N.N. Switzerland Honorary office manager: N.N. Organisation: N.N. Project manager: N.N. Austria Honorary office manager: Heinz Peter Schneider Organisation: Olga Zinell. Project manager: Renate Faschingbauer Sri Lanka Honorary office manager: Christoph Ernesti Organisation: Christoph Ernesti Project manager: Kumudu General management: Petra Moske
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 23 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 What else does nestwärme give society? Example: 400 people volunteer their time to achieve a common purpose Average amount of time spent by volunteers: 4-8 hrs per week 200 volunteers á 4 hrs/week = 210 hrs per year (10 Euro) = 420,000 Euros 200 volunteers á 8 hrs/week = 420 hrs per year (10 Euro) = 840,000 Euros 420, ,000 = 1,260,000 Euros !!! of voluntary work per year In addition, nestwärme takes over responsibility and provides society with its expert knowledge and volunteers management. Social responsibility
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 24 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 nestwärme Childrens Centre of Excellence 40 employees provide: intensive nursing service for children expert advice for parents with severely and chronically ill children integrative day-care centre for children between 0-3 years general consulting services and family assistance sociomedical aftercare
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 25 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project Expert hotline for parents centralized hotline to guide parents through the overload of information provided on regional and national level according to their individual needs cooperation with network partners all over Germany affected parents work as experts for the hotline or consulting service
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 26 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project Interactive internet platform providing comprehensive information and communication options growing adaptive portal for affected persons, service providers and public authorities parents receive help and advice from, e.g., paediatrists, paeditric nurses, psychologists, paedagogues, lawyers, bank employees, and mediators, all working voluntarily
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 27 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project nestwärme hours vouchers for at least 4 hours of spare time local childrens nursing service or confidant takes care of the child parents may finally take a time-off for themselves, as a couple or to spend time with the healthy brother or sister
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 28 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project GivingTime coordination and mediation between affected families and volunteers according to their individual requirements families receive individual help to relieve their strain, volunteers gain new experiences in these families volunteers are supported by further training and continuous assistance
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 29 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project Parents help parents Aim: using experiences of affected parents for self-help guided monthly meetings childrens care service provided by paediatric nurse
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 30 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project Somehow different offered to primary schools (project days) issues: social exclusion and tolerance presented by music and stage play and a tutorial based on the book Irgendwie Anders (Somehow different) aim: promoting social commitment of pupils through active participation in voluntary work CD: Alle Kinder brauchen Wärme (Every child needs warmth), text spoken by Federal Minister Kurt Beck and entertainer Jörg Knör
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 31 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Project Without frontiers - Help for Sri Lanka help for disabled and disadvantaged children in the disaster area funding of medical aids and treatment cooperation for rebuilding houses funding of the project through, e.g. selling goods produced by the locals in Germany: children organize and realize fundraising activities for Sri Lanka
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 32 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Individual help for families individual and unbureaucratic consulting service and assistance providing help also through network partners providing financial help, e.g. through contacts with foundations
Head Office Trier – Christophstr. 1 – Trier page 33 © nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Vers. 01/07 Phone: Christophstrasse Trier nestwärme e.V. Deutschland Thank you for your attention!
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