The social commitment
In Nicholas Village is social commitment, certainly offered in the spirit of its namesake, a lot of space.
In large Nicholas House the young visitors and their parents, and of course with Niko use consistently free creative offerings.
A thank you also to all the contributors to charity campaigns in Nicholas House, which fully or partially donate their fees or revenue our charity partners.
Our charity stamp is available in the Village Info.
We thank the patron Hannelore Bartscherer, chairman of the Catholic Committee of the City of Cologne, for their support.
Benefit Partner 2015
In 2015, the Ambulatory Pediatric and Adolescent Hospice Service Cologne was Charity Partner of Nicholas Village.
Since 2006, its volunteers / inside families in oppressive life situations help.
You may mean that a child is suffering in the family to a life-shortening disease.
The important offer could be made accessible to more and more families in recent years.
So the Ambulatory Pediatric and Adolescent Hospice Service is now represented at three locations in Cologne.
This enables close to home support for families seeking help.
Benefit Partner 2014
In 2014, the "Children's House Frauen helfen Frauen eV" was Charity Partner of Nicholas Village.
The two autonomous women's shelters in Cologne provide protection, shelter and support for women and their children who are experiencing or threatened with physical, mental and sexual violence.
Is carrier of two autonomous women's shelters "Frauen helfen Frauen eV"
Women will be included regardless of their origin or their residence status of their religious affiliation.
In the women's shelter residents and their children can start during their stay, with the support of the staff to process the violence they have experienced and to regain their stability back.
The intercultural women's team speaks German and even more languages makes when needed for interpreters.
In specially designed for girls and boys premises employees support the children of residents.
They have witnessed the violence against the mother and were often victims themselves.