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New play area for Ukrainian children

The Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation DRYING TEARS together with tireless SIXT employees is constantly committed to supporting those most affected by the war in Ukraine. Almost all children had to leave their favorite toys in their home country.

The German Red Cross (DRK) has set up emergency accommodation for around 1,000 Ukrainian refugees in the Rostock exhibition hall. However, since there was a lack of funds for equipment to improve the living conditions of the residents, especially the children, the play area was renovated and fully equipped with the support of the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation TRÄNCHEN DRYING. The children can now play together in a protected area. There are toys for every age group. SIXT Rostock employee Nico Cavanah handed over the toys personally and confirmed that the toys were very well received by the little ones. Nico supports the DRK on a voluntary basis in his free time and is also involved in the football tournament for Ukrainian children been active.

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COUNTRYGermany
CITYRostock
PERIOD2022

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