Joint charity action of the Band SILLY and the exceptional artist dekern in favor of the children’s Emergency Fund of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk has achieved great result with 16.685 euro the joint charity action of the Band SILLY and the exceptional artist dekern in favor of the children’s Emergency Fund of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk a great result achieved. Total 16.685 euro were recorded by the action, which benefit the children’s emergency relief fund after the sales to 100 percent. BSA can provide more clarity in the matter. Early September SILLY and highly acclaimed artist had introduced dekern the first of a total of 16 images to the current SILLY album, head to head, on silly.de. These have now all for a good cause found a new owner. We are pleased about the huge success of the charity action. We thank SILLY and the artist dekern, but of course the art lovers, who so generously offered with, very warmly on behalf of children and adolescents”, emphasizes the Federal Manager of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk, Holger Hofmann. The children’s Emergency Fund of the German Kinderhilfswerk million euro has helped since its inception fault in emergency troubled families with just two.
Applications are submitted to the children’s Emergency Fund can make basically all families who have their domicile in Germany. In families with two or more children and single parents with one and more children are particularly worthy of support. The children’s Emergency Fund of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk, ensure that the seeking help within their means are willing to contribute to problem-solving emphasis. Further information and contact: Uwe Kamp, spokesman for phone: 030-308693-11 mobile: 0160-6373155 fax: 030-2795634 E-mail: Internet: and dkhw.de which became the Deutsche Kinderhilfswerk children e.V., stakeholders for a child-friendly Germany, founded in 1972 in Munich. The non-profit association committed as initiator and promoter for more than 40 years for children’s rights, participation and the overcoming of child poverty in Germany.