“It feels the same.”

We want to create and promote a successful, enriching diversity of cultures in Germany, and in doing so, to take both our roots and our future into account: namely with regard to the children.

Our Mission

Children are the foundation of our world. According to a well-known Indian proverb, “we have not inherited the earth from our ancestors, we have borrowed it from our children.” Children are the future of our society. Everything that we give to our children and everything that we invest in their development and education for peaceful coexistence in a culturally diverse society can and will always contribute to making our planet a better place to live in the future.

Therefore, the SARIAS Foundation dedicates the core area of its work to children especially. Our focus is on teaching children the importance of universal values such as love, respect, appreciation, and tolerance, and making these human values tangible for them in everyday life. Through the transmission of such elementary, universal values, children are able to learn from an early stage of their development that the things that connect people are always stronger than those that divide them.

Our Values

The SARIAS Foundation supports the education and upbringing of children, as well as their cultural and social development. Our goal is to contribute to a positive future by teaching children universal values and their significance.

ddp-fa-icon|fa-heart|

LOVE

ddp-fa-icon|fa-peace|

TOLERANCE

ddp-fa-icon|fa-handshake|

RESPECT

ddp-fa-icon|fa-balance-scale|

HONESTY

ddp-fa-icon|fa-hand-paper|

APPRECIATION

ddp-fa-icon|fa-hand-holding-heart|

SINCERITY

Our Projects

Get and stay mobile together

Get and stay mobile together

Get and stay mobile together! According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 65 million people worldwide require a wheelchair. 20 million affected people, 25% of whom are children, do not receive this aid.* Unfortunately, medical provision of assistive devices is...

read more
“Tell me a story!”

“Tell me a story!”

“Tell me a story!” Fairy tales are stories that encourage and convey values. They offer possible solutions for conflict situations and children identify with the fairy tale heroes. Fairy tales are an essential building block in a child’s development. They are...

read more

“It feels the same.”

Get and stay mobile together

Get and stay mobile together

Get and stay mobile together! According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 65 million people worldwide require a wheelchair. 20 million affected people, 25% of whom are children, do not receive this aid.* Unfortunately, medical provision of assistive devices is...

read more
Children’s shoes for Şanlıurfa

Children’s shoes for Şanlıurfa

The population of Turkey as of 31 December 2019 is 83,154,997, of which children between the ages of 0 and 14 account for 24.29%, making them a large and important part of the Turkish population.

read more

Aid our cause!

You can make a difference.

Cooperations

The SARIAS Foundation’s collaboration with Young Euro Classic

In 2019, the SARIAS Foundation supported a concert performed by the Turkish National Youth Philharmonic Orchestra which took place during the Young Euro Classic Music Festival. In 2020, the SARIAS Foundation and Young Euro Classic have decided to embark on a long-term collaboration. With the Next Generation family day, the cooperation partners also hope to promote the development of the next generation in order to facilitate interaction between cultures and religions through musical encounters.

The SARIAS Foundation supports MÄRCHENLAND e. V.

MÄRCHENLAND e. V. is the organiser of the well-known BERLINER MÄRCHENTAGE (Berlin Fairy Tale Days), which takes place every autumn and celebrated its 30th anniversary in2019. Like 2019, the SARIAS Foundation will be contributing to the success of BERLINER MÄRCHENTAGE by providing financial support.

Sponsorship project 2019/2020: Children’s choir at the Unter den Linden Opera House

Even though music is not (yet) their profession, the boys and girls of the children’s choir at the Unter den Linden Opera House have a powerful presence.