Greece has about 11.2 million inhabitants. After an economic revival in the mid-nineties, Greece has slipped into a deep crisis since 2010. Countless people are affected and poverty has seen a sharp increase in the entire country. A noticeable factor are large groups of migrants and refugees.
Thessaloniki with its approx. 1 million inhabitants is the second largest city in Greece. As in all industrialized mega-cities, the development has its downsides. Often enough, people are marginalized, sometimes even pushed beyond the poverty line. This city is such a hot-spot because of the high percentage of immigrants, countless poor and sick people, drug addicts, prostitutes and people who have simply fallen through the cracks.
Our Local Projects
Contact Stage for Drug Addicts
Humanitarian Aid for Refugees