Successful donation campaign
Thanks to all who contributed!

Donations from you and our partners, volunteer work and a little SENLAC magic and you have a WE HELP school trip. The first tour of our donation campaign took place successfully. Year 8 of the St. Angela Gymnasium went to the Thuringian Forest for 3 nights.

The programme included: a climbing course, discovering Erfurt, a nature day in the Hainich National Park with a visit to the treetop trail and the Wartburg in Eisenach. The absolute highlight for the students, however, was the disco in the hostel, supported by a DJ from Antenne Thüringen!

We would like to thank all donors once again, especially our partners (Hoppe Reiseverkehr and the Youth Hostel Tambach-Dietharz). We hope that the next trips will also take place with your help, so that we can give the students from the flooded region special moments.

Your Alicia


Trip to Barcelona
Gaudi, Life & Tapas

Once again we visited Barcelona, our favourite Spanish city, combining work with fun travel and experiences. We are Gaudi fans and have been following the construction progress of the Sagrada Familia for 20 years - breathtakingly beautiful. Our special highlight on this trip: breakfast at MAURI on Rambla Catalunya with artful petit fours and the best hot chocolate in Catalonia. I (unfortunately) couldn't resist the temptations. The "sugar-free" colleagues preferred crispy baguette with Jamón Ibérico.

We are also happy to help small groups book Barcelona. The best time to visit is early season, it's early spring and there's no crowding at the sights yet. Barcelona and its many tapas bars or a city break to London, Berlin, Lisbon and Rome always hold surprises for the curious.

Kind regards,

Angelika & Team

Flood disaster - appeal for donations
for my old school in the Eifel region

We have already told you about our fundraising campaign" WE HELP". I am the youngest member of the SENLAC team and the donation campaign is particularly close to my heart. I grew up in Bad Münstereifel and graduated from St. Angela Gymnasium, one of the many schools that were severely damaged by the flood disaster.

My time at St. Angela's Grammar School had a great impact on me. Therefore my request: Help to give the students happy moments. The water has drained away - but the reconstruction will still take years, because classes are still being held in containers.

We ask for money for individual pupils or classes. Deposits go directly into the school's account.

Please help my old school, every gesture counts.

Your Alicia