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Worms University of Applied Sciences is calling for a corona relief campaign

WORMS – The social commitment of the students of the University of Applied Sciences in Worms now extends far beyond the campus. The university is calling for a large corona aid campaign that enables students to join the actions of the city of Worms and the companies in the region. The “Family Service” and “Equal Opportunities” offices at Worms University of Applied Sciences have set themselves the task of bundling and networking existing aid campaigns. So the variety of social willingness to help and necessary help can be found clearly and quickly and there is nothing standing in the way of quick mediation.

Collect bonus points outside the university

The start-up “Flexhero”, which is dedicated to the mediation of projects in social engagement, has taken on the central function of networking. All offers are bundled here, requests and offers of help of all kinds are recorded via the app and quick mediation is possible. The special thing about it: All partners in the region are pulling together.

The student bonus book, which normally rewards active participation in higher education, is now open to activities outside the university. For the students, this means in concrete terms that help for senior citizens is possible privately or in retirement homes, that families can be supported, which can be precisely the help that is urgently needed, especially for single mothers and fathers. Learning, game and reading partnerships can also be formed – to name just a few examples.

The network offers the opportunity to help, for example, when stocking shelves, supporting farmers and winegrowers or delivering services from various restaurants. The diversity of this network of help options is great – there should be something for everyone that corresponds to your own strengths, skills, and interests. And maybe it’s also a way to try yourself in a whole new job. All information can be found on the Internet at the website of the family service and the equality office. Interested people who want to offer help, people who need help or have questions about the bonus book can contact Annette Mayer-Mobius on 06241-50 93 86 (Equal Opportunities Office) or email [email protected] .de, as well as at Mirjam Kronschnabel on phone 06241-50 94 39 or by email to [email protected]

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Kiranpreet Kaur
Staff writer at The Eastern Herald. Studied political science.