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Children mean a lot to us. Over the last few years, MAINFIRST has been committed to improving opportunities for children and young people and we are pleased to be supporting the Bethanien Children´s Village in Eltville in the Rheingau region with a donation again this year.

This children's village is now home to around 100 children and adolescents who, for various reasons, cannot grow up with their birth families. The children’s village mothers and educators live together with the children and adolescents in their care in family and residential groups. They receive individual encouragement and support so that they have the opportunity to develop into strong, independent personalities with stable characters.

Due to the steadily increasing need for places for children under the age of six, in 2022, a new residential group will be built in Oestrich-Winkel. This group will accommodate young children who have been taken into care by the Department of Children’s and Young People’s Affairs because they are in crisis or in a high-risk situation. This will provide immediate help for younger children by giving them shelter in a safe environment – away from abuse, violence, neglect or other potential threats.

MAINFIRST is supporting the furnishing of the residential group so that these children can have a safe place to rest and develop.

Bethanien Kinderdorf

Children mean a lot to us. Over the last few years, MAINFIRST has been committed to improving opportunities for children and young people and we are pleased to be supporting the Bethanien Children´s Village in Eltville in the Rheingau region with a donation again this year.

This children's village is now home to around 100 children and adolescents who, for various reasons, cannot grow up with their birth families. The children’s village mothers and educators live together with the children and adolescents in their care in family and residential groups. They receive individual encouragement and support so that they have the opportunity to develop into strong, independent personalities with stable characters.

Due to the steadily increasing need for places for children under the age of six, in 2022, a new residential group will be built in Oestrich-Winkel. This group will accommodate young children who have been taken into care by the Department of Children’s and Young People’s Affairs because they are in crisis or in a high-risk situation. This will provide immediate help for younger children by giving them shelter in a safe environment – away from abuse, violence, neglect or other potential threats.

MAINFIRST is supporting the furnishing of the residential group so that these children can have a safe place to rest and develop.

Bethanien Kinderdorf

MAINFIRST supports projects such as the Bethanien Kinderdorf Eltville in the Rheingau region to give children and young people the opportunity to grow up in a happy environment.

The Bethanien Kinderdorf Eltville is located in the middle of a wine-growing area between Eltville-Erbach and Kiedrich. Founded in 1965, the Children's Village offers a new home and the opportunity for a better future to around 90 children and young people who, for various reasons, cannot grow up with their own families. The village mothers and educators live together with the children and teenagers entrusted to them in village families and residential groups.

In 2020, the Children's Village will open a specialised group for children who need a particularly intensive form of care due to their difficult experiences. This group will accept children who are not cared for by the regular inpatient child and youth welfare network. Animal-assisted education, clear daily routines, and a comprehensive range of sports are designed to help the children become more resilient. The intensive group Taubenmühle of the Bethanien Children's Village in Eltville was visited by a camera team of the SWR in June 2020. The following report gives an insight into the care concept: External link to the media library of the SWR (German only).

MAINFIRST supports the acquisition of children's rooms to create a family home that is well equipped for the long term.

Bethanien Kinderdorf