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NEWS_NEWS The VI. Battalion of the shooting club Lohne recently donated 2000 euros each to the Lohn parent group "Next Generation", the association "Help for children and adolescents with cancer" Lohne, the sports acrobatics show group "Akrolohnikas" by BW Lohne and the Aloys Diekstall Foundation. The money comes from the proceeds of the fundraising event “Game Without Borders”, which took place in the Lohneum last March.

48 teams with five members each took part in the “Game Without Borders”. The course consisted of ten stations. The 20th company "Blitz" won the event. Battalion commander Jörg Olberding and his adjutant Jürgen Zumbrägel presented the symbolic donation checks during the 69th battalion and maneuver ball.

NEWS_RESUME The sum came together over the past few years through many small and large campaigns and donations. The money should also flow into research, among other things.

A person in Germany is diagnosed with blood cancer every 15 minutes. Only a third of all sufferers find a donor within the family. Every tenth patient searches in vain for their genetic twin. "Help for children and adolescents with cancer" is now sending out a strong signal
in the fight against blood cancer.

The Lohner association has 45,000 euros to the DKMS .

NEWS_NEWS The sum has come together over the past few years through many small and large campaigns and donations. The money should also flow into research, among other things.

A person in Germany is diagnosed with blood cancer every 15 minutes. Only a third of all sufferers find a donor within the family. Every tenth patient searches in vain for their genetic twin. "Help for children and adolescents with cancer" is now sending out a strong signal
in the fight against blood cancer.

The Lohner Verein donated 45,000 euros to the DKMS – formerly the German Bone Marrow Donor File. The board members Benno Pille, Dirk Christ, Siegbert Tegenkamp and Petra Kaisel-Niemann were present at the symbolic check handover. The DKMS was represented by Rabea Karthoff and Maria Schmiing. The fundraising team of the organization came from Cologne.
Schmiing reported that one

Individual donations of this magnitude are “by no means everyday”. Karthoff thanked the Lohn volunteers for their great commitment. The money should flow, among other things, into the typing of DNA samples and the support of research projects and clinical studies, she said. “In our DKMS Life Science Lab in Dresden, we use the latest equipment. One of these machines costs around 45,000 euros. ”

The core business of DKMS is typing. Karthoff explains that the analysis of a cheek swab or a blood sample currently costs around 35 euros. In the early years, a registration with around 600 D-Marks had been added. Despite the price drop: "We still rely on donations to expand the file," says the DKMS employee.

According to Chairman Benno Pille, the donation amount had come in the past few years through many small and large campaigns and donations. "Many companies are now giving up gifts at Christmas and are considering a donation instead," said Pille. On the occasion of birthdays and weddings, but also at funerals, funds are collected for "Help for children and adolescents with cancer".

NEWS_RESUME The Malteser’s international service in the Oldenburg official district has been delighted to receive a donation of 2500 euros from the “Aid for Children and Adolescents with Cancer” association in Lohne. The money will be used in Belarus to run a mother-child ward for children with cancer.

According to the announcement, the donation was the result of a birthday campaign by Heinz Dettmer, .

NEWS_NEWS The Maltesian foreign service in the Oldenburg official district was delighted to receive a donation of 2500 euros from the “Aid for Children and Adolescents with Cancer” association from Lohne. The money will be used in Belarus to run a mother-child ward for children with cancer.

The donation was reportedly the result of a birthday campaign by Heinz Dettmer, the husband of the patron Hedwig Dettmer. On his 80th birthday, he asked the guests for donations for children with cancer instead of gifts. "We have been supporting Caritas in Belarus for many years in order to be able to implement urgently needed charitable projects," explains Michael Daemen, head of the international service at the Maltese in the Oldenburger Land.
With around 375,000 inhabitants, Mogilew is the third largest city in Belarus. The Caritas des Landes informs the Malteser Hilfsdienst about social projects that need support. The aim is to make it possible for mothers to set up a mother-child station in Mogilev, for example, even overnight with theirs suffer To be children.

The Malteser has been helping people in Eastern Europe on a voluntary basis for more than 40 years. According to the principle of “helping people to help themselves”, the Malteser Hilfsdienst supports Caritas in the Belarusian dioceses of Grodno, Minsk-Mogilew, Pinsk and Vitebsk in developing their social services. From the diocese of Vechta, the Maltese from Dinklage, Lutten, Sandkrug and the city of Oldenburg are involved in the projects.

All income that afternoon, a bulging donation pig and an additional 250 euros from Sodick Deutschland GmbH from Düsseldorf were included in the donation amount.

The following text was sent to us:
We forego big celebrations and instead think of people who would like to celebrate. We hope to make a small contribution to this with the donation.

Many thanks from our side!

In the photo from left:
Benno Pille, Wolfgang Christ, Hedwig Dettmer

NEWS_RESUME Many thanks to the tenants of the shooting range of the shooting club Lohne, Eva and Günter Olberding!

NEWS_NEWS Many thanks to the tenants of the shooting range of the shooting club Lohne, Eva and Günter Olberding!

  • on 07.10.2018 from 1 p.m.
  • in the parking lot in front of the PhysioMED health center, 49393 Lohne Keetstr. 14.
  • on 07.10.2018 from 1 p.m.
  • in the parking lot in front of the PhysioMED health center, 49393 Lohne Keetstr. 14.
  • Large human football tournament
  • a bouncy castle
  • different DJ´s
  • concession stand

NEWS_NEWS At the beginning of April 2018 was Benno Pille, the association’s chairman "Help for children and adolescents with cancer e.V.." visiting the oncological department of the clinic in Oldenburg.

There were interesting and informative discussions with the specialist Prof. Dr. med. Hermann Müller as well as the special education teacher Daniela Lüker and the puppeteers from "wonderful time" guided. A photographer from the clinic’s press office was also present.

So you could get an impression of the station and ours
Make association-sponsored measures and actions.

Photos: Klinikum Oldenburg

NEWS_NEWS The association "Help for children and adolescents with cancer Lohne" has now contributed 2000 euros to the bone marrow typing campaign of the Dammer Gymnasium. The club’s executive board became aware of the campaign through the OV report, explained Angelika Meistermann (center), who presented the symbolic check together with her board colleague Benno Pille (center right).

The money goes to the non-profit organization DKMS, formerly the German Bone Marrow Donor File, for the typing and registration of potential bone marrow donors. The organic performance course, which organized the campaign this year, as well as school director Ludger Kässens (left) and teacher Ruth Vöge (2nd from right) were delighted with the support..

NEWS_NEWS If children have cancer, this is probably the toughest test for a family. The chances of a cure are around 80 percent today. In this crisis situation, however, a great deal of support is required – often also financially. The name says it all at the Lohner association "Help for children and adolescents with cancer". The volunteers around the board members Henry Voigt, Bernhard Almes, Dirk Christ, Benno Pille, Angelika Meistermann and patron Hedwig Dettmer work for affected families and help: unbureaucratically and quickly.

The aim is to help the children and their relatives in difficult times, says Angelika Meistermann, treasurer of the association, which is in this year celebrates its tenth anniversary and plans an event on October 7th. "Families from the district of Vechta receive financial support from us so that they can concentrate on their child and his recovery."

The association contributes money for typing campaigns in the region and the work of the German Leukemia Research Aid. The association, which has 52 members, pays the various projects and assistance through donations. "The money comes from companies and private individuals," reports Meistermann. For example, if someone celebrates a milestone birthday, gifts are often avoided. "Instead, the jubilee then asks for donations for our club."

Companies often came forward before Christmas to contribute to a good cause. Together with other groups, “Aid for Children and Adolescents with Cancer” – of the same name but not to be confused with the Vechta Association – has been funding the work of special education teacher Daniela Lüker in the Oldenburg Children’s Hospital since 2010. "She takes care of the children and adolescents and carries out tasks for which the nurses often do not have time," says Meistermann.

The Lohner association also contributed to the furnishing of the games room, in which Lüker looks after the young patients. “The toys are also from us. It all runs on the short official route. One call is enough and we will take care of it, ”says the salary worker.

Another campaign that provides monetary support to the volunteers is the “Wunderzeit” project. In order to make the stay and the waiting time more pleasant for the children, since 2013 the two theater educators Annekatrin Stauß and Julia Warneke with their little companions "Rufus" and "Feline" have been visiting the oncological outpatient clinic of the Oldenburg Children’s Clinic once a week. The principle is based on the fact that the examinations are taken up playfully and that the children perceive the visit to the oncologist more positively. "It is great to see how the children shine when the puppeteers come," says Meistermann.

The association has since expanded its help. After an amendment to the statutes, the support is no longer valid for young cancer patients alone, but instead
generally seriously ill children and adolescents as well as their parents and siblings. For some time now, “Help for children and adolescents with cancer” has also been working intensively with the social welfare office of the city of Lohne. Every year, the association finances projects worth five figures in euros, says Meistermann.

Info:
Hedwig Dettmer (phone
04442/5300) and Angelika Meistermann (04442/1371). Donations go to Volksbank Lohne-Mühlen, IBAN: DE53280625600030000400

In the picture:
Toys cause distraction: The Lohner Verein often supports the Oldenburg Children’s Clinic – with toys, among other things. During handover, Hedwig Dettmer and Angelika Meistermann are happy about the joy of the children.
Photo: Lüker

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