The congregation currently supports two aid projects.

The project “HaitiCare e.V.” and the project “Jenny de la Torre-Stiftung”.

The Aid Projects team can be contacted for any suggestions and/or questions

regarding the aid projects.


Sis. Claudia and

Sis. Katharina

Homelessness in Berlin: Where do you go when

you need medical care, if you don't have any money left for food, you've lost your warm jacket?

The health center Jenny de la Torre Foundation,

in the middle of Berlin, is a contact point for 50 to

80 homeless people on a daily basis!

Amongst the helpers are voluntary doctors, social workers and lawyers, in order to advise and render their support. But also voluntary hair dressers or photographers are used every now and then. Great! They also conduct regular festivities, such as their summer garden party, as well as a Spring/Fall and Christmas Dinner.

The foundation depends on material donations,

such as clothes, shoes, blankets and backpacks that are stored and given out upon request.

But of course money donations that are used for

daily duties towards the homeless.

The PFF congregation supports the Jenny de la Torre Foundation for many years with regular donations

of clothes, especially during the cold seasons but

also with local ”manpower“, e.g. at their yearly summer festivity!

Should you have any more questions please feel free to contact either Sis. Claudia or Sis. Katharina from the PFF congregation.

And here you can find out more as well as make your own donations: “Jenny de la Torre-Stiftung”


A small aid organization, dedicated and very personal, and all this for decades. The married couple named Kaasch does not give up. Approximately 25 years ago they HaitiCare e.V. to life, had to deal with numerous storms, setbacks, discouragements and yet: nothing can stop them and their great desire and commitment to help people in Haiti. Impressive!

The congregation of the PFF church has been supporting HaitiCare e.V. for many years.

Through the sale of donated books at their Summer family BBQs or the sale of homemade Christmas cookies during the Pre-Christmas Season, the money received was donated for the people in Haiti –

100 percent! But every single person can help, through money donations or material donations

or by sponsoring a child. Here is where you can

find more information:

“HaitiCare e.V.”