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 would like to dedicate 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 would like to support 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.


These are projects we stand for


“It feels the same”



Our first book of fairytales!

10. October, 2019|

The illustrated book of fairytales can be obtained free of charge from the SARIAS Foundation since the 10th of October. If you are interested, just send a short email to info@sarias-stiftung.org and the book will be sent to you by post.


Wheelchairs for children for the Harambee e.V.

17. January, 2020|

The SARIAS Foundation is giving the gift of mobility in the form of 10 children’s wheelchairs. In collaboration with Kinderhilfe Harambee e.V., these wheelchairs set off on a journey from Frankfurt to Nairobi. Thanks to the tireless commitment of Harambee e.V., the wheelchairs completed their journey and are now helping orphaned children with disabilities.


Atilla Aldemir at the “Bachfesttage 2020”

6. February, 2020|

A unique CD recording of Bach’s legendary Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin was produced in 2019: the Istanbul-born multi-award-winning solo violinist and violist from the MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra, Atilla Aldemir, showcased the work on a viola for the first time at St. Agnus Church in Köthen. The CD will be presented as part of a discussion with the director of the Bachfesttage, Folkert Uhde, at the location of the original recording.


“It feels the same”


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