Lower saxony prize for “hey, alter!” from brunswick

Lower saxony prize for 'hey, alter!' from brunswick

To the 17. Times lends the federal state government on coming Saturday the "Lower Saxony price for citizen commitment" under the slogan " unaffordable and voluntary
". In total, the jury awards ten Prizes worth a total of 30.000 euros
.

Three initiatives that have excelled in the Corona pandemic are to receive a special award. Among them also the Braunschweig project "Hey, dude! Old computers for young people
", which our editorial staff has reported on several times reports has. This is what the initiators Martin Bretschneider and Moritz Tetzlaff communicate.

The project continues

They and their team of volunteers have already ensured that around 1000 discarded computers refurbished and distributed to needy students
were. The project continues – and there are already numerous offshoots in other cities.

The Award ceremony with Minister President Stephan Weil
takes place exceptionally on-line: Saturday, 28. November, from 11 to 12.45 clock under www.pricelessandvoluntary.de The award winners are to be broadcast live.