Mid November, a “Homecoming”-relief shipping is launched into the Baltic from Elisabethfehn, Germany, again. For 25 years, a group led by Dieter Eberlei organizes the storage and distribution of furniture and household goods.
Sofas, armchairs, chairs, bed frames and bikes were loaded on Friday in Elisabethfehn on a truck aiming Estonia. It was the fourth relief shipping, which was organized by the association “Homecoming” this year. The cargo goes to the 12 000-inhabitants town Haapsalu on the west coast of the Baltic state. There, the truck arrives on Monday.
The donations will go to the needy.
The people in Elisabethfehn work there together with the “Tabitha” mission. Its members ensure that the aid will benefit needy Estonians.
Despite the current refugee situation in Germany, the willingness to donate for Estonia have not abated. Also Eberlei and his wife pass on what they no longer need at home. “All that’s left, is coming here.” It just has to be intact, clean and functional. …