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ŠID / VELIKA KLADUŠA / PATRAS

Freedom of movement

NUESTRO SOPORTE


La actividad de No Name Kitchen puede seguir y puede crecer gracias a la colaboración de diversas organizaciones que apoyan nuestra labor. Algunos lo han hecho desde el principio y otras conocieron nuestro trabajo con el tiempo y decidieron unirse a nuestra causa. No Name Kitchen nació como una iniciativa de un grupo de personas independientes en Belgrado, en invierno de 2017. Y ha continuado y crecido, con un apoyo muy necesario de diversas organizaciones y donantes particulares. Algunos nos ayudan de forma puntual y otros son asiduos. Estos son:

HELP-NA: Este grupo de bomberos de Navarra para emergencias humanitarias es para nosotros como una asociación hermana. Son unos cracks que fueron esenciales para contener la gran crisis que había en el centro de Belgrado en el invierno del 2017, en el que más de 1.000 personas iban sobreviviendo al gélido frío en el centro de una capital europea, en unos barracones. Desde el primer día en Serbia nos ayudaron y, cuando se fueron, siguieron confiando en nosotros. Gracias a ellos, hemos podido llegar a Sid y desarrollar allí diferentes proyectos con refugiados, y este año 2018 comenzar nuestras actividades en Velika Kladusa, Bosnia y en Roma, Italia.

 


Catch a Smile: En noviembre de 2015, un grupo de 9 personas de Luxemburgo se unieron a un convoy que se fue a los Balcanes a ayudar activamente a aquellas personas que escapan de guerras y amenazas desde sus países de origen. Estas personas, con el tiempo, conformaron la organización Catch a Smile, y en el verano de 2017 decidieron apostar por el trabajo de la No Name Kitchen. Su apoyo económico, primero en Sid y ahora en Velika Kladusa, es muy útil para nosotros.

 


One Bridge To Idomeni: Establecida originalmente para llevar ayuda humanitaria al campamento informal de Idomeni, pudieron, posteriormente, y gracias a la extraordinaria respuesta recibida por la gente local de Verona y otras organizaciones italianas, brindar ayuda a la ruta de los Balcanes. Nos ayudan a organizar regularmente los transportes ropa, nos envían voluntarios con experiencia en construcción y electricidad y nos dan soporte económico para comprar madera durante los meses fríos del año.

Barcelona Human Aid: Esta organización surgió cuando un grupo de voluntarios que había estado en Grecia con refugiados tuvo que volver a casa, dejando atrás a los amigos y amigas que habían hecho, pero que seguían obligados a vivir en pésimas condiciones a las puertas de una Europa que no da refugio. Así que decidieron seguir apoyando a organizaciones que trabajan con refugiados y en noviembre de 2017 comenzaron a apoyar económicamente a la No Name Kitchen de forma mensual. Para ello, organizan eventos y conciertos, donde recaudar dinero.

 

Umino: Esta es una pequeña organización de Baviera que mensualmente mete en su furgoneta kilos y kilos de material necesario para los refugiados y refugiadas (ropa, tiendas de campaña, calzado, mantas o sacos de dormir) y nos lo traen perfectamente empaquetado para ahorrarnos mucho trabajo en nuestro almacén. Ellos trabajaron muchos años a nivel local. Antes de cerrarse las fronteras de los Balcanes, cuando llegaron alrededor de un millón de refugiados y refugiadas a Alemania, diversas organizaciones alemanas se hicieron con mucho material que pudiera ser útil para ayudarles. Pero no todo se usó y sigue disponible, aunque solo para llevar a refugiados. Y Umino ha decidido encargarse de esa tarea.

 

Drei Musketiere: Literalmente 3 mosqueteros que llevan años trabajando con refugiados atrapados en la Costa Oeste de Turquía, en campos varios y en la frontera entre este país y Siria. Recientemente, se han interesado por la labor de la No Name Kitchen en Velika Kladusa, Bosnia, donde personas de decenas de nacionalidades intentan llegar a Europa para aspirar a una protección de asilo y gracias a ellos nuestra labor es mucho más fácil.

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ŠID / VELIKA KLADUŠA / PATRAS

Freedom of movement

OUR SUPPORTS


The activity of the No Name Kitchen can carry on and grow thanks to the collaboration of several organizations who support our work. Some of them were with us since the very beginning and others got to know us after some time and decided to join in. The No Name Kitchen started as a group of independent people in Belgrade, in the winter of 2017. It kept running and growing, with the much needed help of other groups and individuals. Some help us in a given time, others do it regularly. Here they are:

HELP-NA: The Humanitarian Emergency Firemen from Navarra are like a brother organization to us. They were essential to restrain the big crisis occurring in the barracks of the main train station in Belgrade in the winter of 2017, where more than 1.000 people survived the freezing cold in the center of an European capital. Since our very first day in Serbia they helped us and, when they left, they kept trusting on us. Thanks to them we can carry on in Sid, develop different projects, always for the refugees, and on 2018 they were a huge help to start our activities in Velika Kladusa (Bosnia) and in Rome.

 


Catch a Smile: On November 2015, a group of 9 people from Luxembourg teamed up and drove to the Balkans to actively help all the people who fled war and other dangers in their home countries. This people, with the time, created the organization Catch a Smile, and during the summer of 2017 decided to support the No Name Kitchen. Their monthly help, first in Sid and now also in Velika Kladusa, it’s essential to us.

 


One Bridge To Idomeni: Originally set up to bring humanitarian aid to the informal camp of Idomeni, could, later on, and thanks to the extraordinary response received from the locals of Verona and other Italian organizations, provide aid to the Balkan route too. They help us regularly organizing NFI transports, sending us skilled volunteers to build up stoves and to do general maintenance and supporting us to buy the wood during the cold months.

Barcelona Human Aid: This organization came up when a group of volunteers, who had been working in Greece, had to stop. They went home, leaving behind a lot of new friends, who were still forced to live in dreadful conditions within a European Union who’s not giving asylum. They decided to carry on helping other associations who work with refugees and in November 2017 started to support us financially every month. To do so, they organize all kind of events in Barcelona and surroundings.

 

Umino: This is a very small organization from Bavaria, who monthly packs his van limitless Kg of necessary material for the refugees (clothes, tents, sleeping bags, shoes,…) and bring it to us perfectly packed and sorted, so we can use our time to for the tasks that matter. They have a lot of experience in providing Aid and after the borders with Germany were closed, a lot of the items were left with no use, so Umino decided to take over this task and start to transport them were they are most needed.

Drei Musketiere: Literally the 3 musketeers, they have been working for a long time with the refugees trapped in the West coast of Turkey, in multiple camps and in the border with this country and Syria. Recently, they got interested in our job in Velika Kladusa, where hundreds of people with different backgrounds try to get to Europe with the hope of getting protected with asylum. Thanks to them, our work is a little bit easier.

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ŠID / ROME / VELIKA KLADUŠA

Freedom of movement

OUR SUPPORTS


The activity of the No Name Kitchen can carry on and grow thanks to the collaboration of several organizations who support our work. Some of them were with us since the very beginning and others got to know us after some time and decided to join in. The No Name Kitchen started as a group of independent people in Belgrade, in the winter of 2017. It kept running and growing, with the much needed help of other groups and individuals. Some help us in a given time, others do it regularly. Here they are:

HELP-NA: The Humanitarian Emergency Firemen from Navarra are like a brother organization to us. They were essential to restrain the big crisis occurring in the barracks of the main train station in Belgrade in the winter of 2017, where more than 1.000 people survived the freezing cold in the center of an European capital. Since our very first day in Serbia they helped us and, when they left, they kept trusting on us. Thanks to them we can carry on in Sid, develop different projects, always for the refugees, and on 2018 they were a huge help to start our activities in Velika Kladusa (Bosnia) and in Rome.

 


Catch a Smile: On November 2015, a group of 9 people from Luxembourg teamed up and drove to the Balkans to actively help all the people who fled war and other dangers in their home countries. This people, with the time, created the organization Catch a Smile, and during the summer of 2017 decided to support the No Name Kitchen. Their monthly help, first in Sid and now also in Velika Kladusa, it’s essential to us.

 


One Bridge To Idomeni: Originally set up to bring humanitarian aid to the informal camp of Idomeni, could, later on, and thanks to the extraordinary response received from the locals of Verona and other Italian organizations, provide aid to the Balkan route too. They help us regularly organizing NFI transports, sending us skilled volunteers to build up stoves and to do general maintenance and supporting us to buy the wood during the cold months.

Barcelona Human Aid: This organization came up when a group of volunteers, who had been working in Greece, had to stop. They went home, leaving behind a lot of new friends, who were still forced to live in dreadful conditions within a European Union who’s not giving asylum. They decided to carry on helping other associations who work with refugees and in November 2017 started to support us financially every month. To do so, they organize all kind of events in Barcelona and surroundings.

 

Umino: This is a very small organization from Bavaria, who monthly packs his van limitless Kg of necessary material for the refugees (clothes, tents, sleeping bags, shoes,…) and bring it to us perfectly packed and sorted, so we can use our time to for the tasks that matter. They have a lot of experience in providing Aid and after the borders with Germany were closed, a lot of the items were left with no use, so Umino decided to take over this task and start to transport them were they are most needed.

Drei Musketiere: Literally the 3 musketeers, they have been working for a long time with the refugees trapped in the West coast of Turkey, in multiple camps and in the border with this country and Syria. Recently, they got interested in our job in Velika Kladusa, where hundreds of people with different backgrounds try to get to Europe with the hope of getting protected with asylum. Thanks to them, our work is a little bit easier.

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ŠID / ROME / VELIKA KLADUŠA

Freedom of movement

OUR SUPPORTS


The activity of the No Name Kitchen can carry on and grow thanks to the collaboration of several organizations who support our work. Some of them were with us since the very beginning and others got to know us after some time and decided to join in. The No Name Kitchen started as a group of independent people in Belgrade, in the winter of 2017. It kept running and growing, with the much needed help of other groups and individuals. Some help us in a given time, others do it regularly. Here they are:

HELP-NA: The Humanitarian Emergency Firemen from Navarra are like a brother organization to us. They were essential to restrain the big crisis occurring in the barracks of the main train station in Belgrade in the winter of 2017, where more than 1.000 people survived the freezing cold in the center of an European capital. Since our very first day in Serbia they helped us and, when they left, they kept trusting on us. Thanks to them we can carry on in Sid, develop different projects, always for the refugees, and on 2018 they were a huge help to start our activities in Velika Kladusa (Bosnia) and in Rome.

 


Catch a Smile: On November 2015, a group of 9 people from Luxembourg teamed up and drove to the Balkans to actively help all the people who fled war and other dangers in their home countries. This people, with the time, created the organization Catch a Smile, and during the summer of 2017 decided to support the No Name Kitchen. Their monthly help, first in Sid and now also in Velika Kladusa, it’s essential to us.

 


One Bridge To Idomeni: Originally set up to bring humanitarian aid to the informal camp of Idomeni, could, later on, and thanks to the extraordinary response received from the locals of Verona and other Italian organizations, provide aid to the Balkan route too. They help us regularly organizing NFI transports, sending us skilled volunteers to build up stoves and to do general maintenance and supporting us to buy the wood during the cold months.

Barcelona Human Aid: This organization came up when a group of volunteers, who had been working in Greece, had to stop. They went home, leaving behind a lot of new friends, who were still forced to live in dreadful conditions within a European Union who’s not giving asylum. They decided to carry on helping other associations who work with refugees and in November 2017 started to support us financially every month. To do so, they organize all kind of events in Barcelona and surroundings.

 

Umino: This is a very small organization from Bavaria, who monthly packs his van limitless Kg of necessary material for the refugees (clothes, tents, sleeping bags, shoes,…) and bring it to us perfectly packed and sorted, so we can use our time to for the tasks that matter. They have a lot of experience in providing Aid and after the borders with Germany were closed, a lot of the items were left with no use, so Umino decided to take over this task and start to transport them were they are most needed.

Drei Musketiere: Literally the 3 musketeers, they have been working for a long time with the refugees trapped in the West coast of Turkey, in multiple camps and in the border with this country and Syria. Recently, they got interested in our job in Velika Kladusa, where hundreds of people with different backgrounds try to get to Europe with the hope of getting protected with asylum. Thanks to them, our work is a little bit easier.

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