Tennis legend Stefanie Graf is known for her accomplishments on the court and the mark she left on the game of tennis, but one of her greatest achievements is the mark she’s leaving on the lives of children all over the world.
Founded in 1998, Children for Tomorrow is dedicated to the psychological rebuilding of children affected by war, violence and persecution. The Foundation provides specialized therapy to help heal the deep emotional scars caused by a daily life marked with violence.
According to the UNHCR.org there are currently 50 million people on the run worldwide. Almost half are children or adolescents. Many flee on their own through human traffickers; often experiencing further cruelty. Some have lost parents or relatives and suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, insomnia and nightmares. Our therapist can help them process these terrible experiences.
Since 2011, Children for Tomorrow’s headquarters have been on the grounds of the University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf, which serves both as an outpatient clinic and coordination for all projects worldwide. Contributions to Children for Tomorrow provide psychotherapeutic treatment as well as psycho-social services. The Foundation aims to promote the psychological reconstruction of these children to give them a chance for a better future.
Please visit www.ChildrenforTomorrow.de for more information and ways you can help.