If you would like to support a project that builds schools around the world for the
impoverished and underprivileged, you should donate to the Reiner Meutsch Foundation ‘Fly & Help’. Information on how and where to donate as well as confirmation of existing donations can be found under:
A building contract is only confirmed once there is enough money donated to finance it, therefore ensuring that no project is left unfinished.
The projects to be funded are subject to certain – owed to sustainability– eligibility criteria, and are meticulously checked by Reiner Meutsch and his colleagues:
Each project must have an on-site representative
Regular progress reports must be presented as proof that the project is developing as planned
The distribution of the budget must be transparent
The project should be based on the basic idea of ‘Helping others to help themselves’
The sustainability of the project must be guaranteed (ie: government recognition, and how the teachers salaries will be financed)
Other ways to support the project/s:
Through the purchase of the book “Abenteuer Weltumrundung” (Adventures around the world)
Through visiting the “Multivisionsshow” (The Multi-vision show)
Through booking a helicopter tour
or through travel offers through ‘Prime Promotions’ (amoung which are also delegation trips with Reiner Meutsch to countries in which projects are being instigated.
… and numerous other possibilities.
Alongside the donation of money, items or time, you can also make a difference through your interest in and support of social Projects or simply by spreading the idea of ‘Positive thinking’.
Check out and become an interactive part of the aforementioned websites, keep up to date with the current projects and talk about them with potential investors/ volunteers.
And don’t be afraid to get actively involved. Orphanages and animal sanctuaries are everywhere! Look around your area for local organisations- they would also be appreciative of your help and support!
Honorary and volunteer work, bone marrow and blood donation (in this case there is also normally a free supply of coffee and buns as a reward), helping out your neighbours (in this case, the reward is usually beer), doing someone a favour (in this case, you could even receive your reward in sexual favours)… hehe.
All of these are just a few examples, the list goes on forever. Above all, it’s important that every one find the right way for themselves.
Take a minute and listen to yourself. What lies close to your heart? How can you put your interests, abilities and talents to good use? If you should perhaps stumble on the idea to initiate something yourself, I would gladly encourage you.
It’s so easy to spread positive thinking in one’s own environment, that we regularly forget to do it…
If you’re in a good mood, show it: smile at strangers, say ‘hello’.
Visit and old friend or your grandparents.
Think about your loved ones, don’t forget to show them what they mean to you.
And last but not least, think about yourself. It is not wrong to bring joy to yourself, as long as you value it.
Try to remember that you belong to a privileged minority in this world. From the beginning you had a relative amount of good luck without having to do anything for it. Be happy for this luck! And don’t be reluctant to offer others a piece of this luck. Everyone knows: ‘Sharing is caring!’