The Johanniter initial reception facility in Leipzig offers around 500 people from Ukraine, a place to sleep and other support. From here, they can travel to other shelters. For the facility, the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation has financed toys and handicraft materials to equip the children's area. This allows Ukrainian refugee children to distract themselves and let off steam. In addition, baby carriages were financed for toddlers.
With the establishment of the children's area, there is now a large play garbage can with play materials for outside, as well as scooters, balls, and an outdoor seating set. In addition, the children will also find a large selection of cuddly toys.
"Many thanks to the Regine Sixt Children's Aid Foundation for their financial support. This made it possible to equip the children's area in our two reception facilities with great play and activity materials. There is something for every weather, whether for indoors or outdoors." Johanniter Leipzig