Fellow Richard Armitage fan has written about volunteering in refugee shelters

Suzy has been volunteering at a refugee shelter in her neighborhood for the last several months. She’s written about it here and here and here (in German). If there’s a clamoring for more info I can translate into English.

~ by Servetus on March 6, 2016.

18 Responses to “Fellow Richard Armitage fan has written about volunteering in refugee shelters”

  1. I’d be interested in the translation.

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  2. Would u please translate do that I can read and share with my friends.

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  3. Ditto x

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  4. Suzy rocks!

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  5. Thank you for the translation.

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  6. Du bist ein Schatz!!! ❤ DANKE

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  7. Thank you for the translation. We have taken a few families the nearest group to me is 15 miles away in Colchester, Essex, England it has made me want to find out more about how they are faring, the rest of my family are opposed to the migration.

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  8. Thank you, Serv, for sharing this. Very interesting.

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    • Reality looks a little different than photo ops — people who do the day in and day out work with migrants really deserve our support and respect.

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  9. Wow Suzy, das sind wunderbare und sehr interessante Berichte aus der fortwährenden”Großkampfzone”. Ganz, ganz großen Dank an dich für dein tolles Engagement. Es bleibt noch so unendlich viel zu tun…..

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  10. Thank you for the translation!

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  11. Here’s the translation of the continuation of the report (after Xmas): https://silverbluelining.wordpress.com/2016/01/05/fluechtlingshilfe-organisation-%F0%9F%98%89/comment-page-1/#comment-2850

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  12. Suzy, thank you SO MUCH for doing what you are doing. I am very impressed and humbled by your actions,

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  13. Suzy and all the other voluntary workers are doing a phantastic job! Without them many things wouldn’t be possible at all. Our local “Refugees Welcome” group also provides German lessons, collects sports shoes and sports wear, organizes opportunities to train in a gymn or to play football (very important to reduce tension!). They collect toys for the children and even create and decorate new rooms for “women only” in the big refugee tents. When I feel low after reading hate comments under a newspaper article or after learning that yet another refugee home was burnt down by Nazis I remind myself of those many many people who support the refugees.

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  14. Thanks to all of you, but I am just a small cog in a big machinery. When an opportunity arises to help refugees in your surrounding,do it!

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