MOSAIK DONATION ACCOUNT

Recipient: Lesvos Solidarity                          

IBAN: GR 65 0110 7620 0000 7620 0288 355 

BIC: ETHNGRAA

WHAT MOSAIK NEEDS SUPPORT FOR

Mosaik offers free education, recreational activities to refugees stranded on the island and hosts events and and activities for both refugees and locals. Moreover we offer free transportation to our students who live in camps outside Mytilini such as Moria and Kara Tepe. Mosaik is an activist solidarity project which aims for political and social change. Therefore we do not  neither apply not accept funding from the European Union or its member states as they are politically responsible for the situation of refugees on the islands. As a consequence Mosaik relies exclusively on donations from individuals, organizations, institutions and foundations who share the idea of support and change through empowerment, solidarity and political activism

We base our work on principles of solidarity instead of charity and believe it is crucial to base our support from within the local community.  Therefore Mosaik employs almost exclusively local people and refugees with the aim to strengthen the community and to connect refugees and locals. Mosaik offers sustainable integration through interaction and learning from each other. With Mosaik we build networks, nourish dialogue and discourse and create resilience to xenophobe and racist narratives. Last but not least we believe that Mosaik will still exist when most other organizations have left or decreased their activities. 

Although Mosaik is a solidarity project Mosaik we do not want to run the project on volunteer basis but believe in creating jobs for locals and refugees. Therefore the majority of our expenses are salaries, rent, maintenance and running costs of the place and costs of transportation for our students. Although supplying bus tickets to our students is a huge expense for our project we believe it is key as it is essential that residents of the camps get out and come to Mytilini. We do not support the built-up of structures around the camp as they just consolidate segregation instead of facilitating integration. Last but not least we spend money on notebooks and learning materials which we provide to our students.

Overview of Mosaik costs :

  • Salaries of teachers, reception and coordination team
  • Bus tickets to and from camps where people reside such as Moria and Kara Tepe
  • Rent, maintenance and running costs (electricity, water, phone, internet and heating) of the building
  • Course materials such as note books, photocopies and stationary supplies
  • Workshop materials and tools
  • Support for volunteers (short term programs) 

WHO FUNDS MOSAIK

Mosaik is a project of solidarity and receives its energy from the passion, support and love of numerous individuals, foundations and organisations from all over the world. Many people and groups have supported us in the past and Mosaik could not exist without their solidarity.

In 2019 the following organizations support(ed) Mosaik:

  • Freundeskreis für Kinder in Not
  • LDS Foundation
  • Eine Welt Laden Dinslaken
Before 2019 the following organizations supported Mosaik:

  • Akgalia
  • Europe for refugees
  • Evangelische Kirche in Hessen und Nassau
  • Evangelische Kirche im Rheinland
  • Evangelische Kirche von Westfalen
  • Help Refugees
  • International Rescue Committee
  • Kerk in actie
  • Metadrassi
  • Mercy Corps
  • Médecines sans frontières (Doctors without borders)
  • Odysseas
  • Polyphonica
  • Praksis
  • Together for better days
  • We do what we cans
                                                                                                          Thank you all for your incredible and invaluable support!

MOSAIK SUPPORT CENTER

Email: info@lesvosmosaik.org
Tel: (+30) 2251 054 561
Website: www.lesvosmosaik.org

DONATION ACCOUNT

Recipient:  Lesvos Solidarity
IBAN: GR65 0110 7620 0000 7620 0288 355
BIC:  ETHNGRAA

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