LSP's Christmas Smile 2020

Every year in the run-up to Christmas, we think about what we could do to bring a little joy to ourselves and others. Our motto this year is donations instead of gifts as we find it particularly beautiful when we can bring a smile from ear to ear. And what could be better than putting a smile on a child's face?

With this year's Christmas donation, we will be supporting the outpatient children’s hospice in Munich and the Ark children’s foundation, which accompany both children and families in particularly difficult phases of their lives.

In addition, we will be making a solidarity contribution by greatly reducing our "public contact". Against the background of the current infection events, the 2nd hard lockdown and the recommendation of the Federal Government, LSP is closing its doors from 24.12.2020 to 10.01.2021 inclusive and taking company holidays. You can reach us at Feringastraße 9 again as usual from 11.01.2021.

If you would like to participate in our fundraiser, feel free to send a donation to the children's hospice or the Ark:

About the Outpatient Children’s Hospice Munich

Since 2004, the outpatient children’s hospice in Munich – AKM has been caring for families with terminally and life-threateningly seriously ill unborn babies, newborns, children, adolescents and young adults in Munich and throughout Bavaria. The team of full-time doctors, psychologists, nurses and social workers are supported by more than 250 volunteers in the areas of crisis intervention, family support and public relations. The aim is to provide a firm support for families at this difficult time and to give them moments of security, comfort and normality.

About "The Ark" Children's Foundation Munich

In the fight against child poverty in Germany, the Ark is particularly committed to supporting children from socially disadvantaged backgrounds. The association was founded on the initiative of Pastor Bernd Siggelkow in 1995 in Berlin-Hellersdorf. There are now around 25 locations nationwide reaching out to more than 4,000 children and young people. There are also other contact points in Switzerland and Poland.

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