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Waldorf Education is a source of hope and change in many countries of the African continent.
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Educational Sponsorships

Our educational sponsorships enable children to attend a Waldorf School in countries with difficult economic conditions. You can take part in shaping the future by becoming a godparent!... continue


WOW-Day is a global student campaign that supports foreign Waldorf schools in need of help and at the same time brings the world into individual classrooms. Join us! Ideas - Sign up - Results... continue

Emergency Pedagogy

Our emergency pedagogy program helps psychologically traumatized children and adolescents in areas affected by war or a disaster. We support them in overcoming traumatic experiences and finding back to normal life... continue

100 years – 100 businesses

For the centenary of Waldorf Schools, we aim to acquire 100 new businesses as donors ... more

The 10% campaign

Support the development of Waldorf worldwide by participating in the 10% campaign. This will help children get a better education. ...continue

Community Service

Help the world, return gifted with experience. Each year we provide opportunities to about 1000 German and international volunteers. During a voluntary service you can learn a lot about other people, but also about yourself... continue

Become a Supporter

Why are the Friends of Waldorf Education looking for supporters? One of our core principles is to forward project related donations at 100% and therefore, we rely on supporters donating specifically to fund our administrative work... continue

Interested in volunteering in Germany from now on?... continue

... worldwide. All information for a voluntary year abroad is available here

Waldorf around the World ... continue

Donate time at school and enable children to attend school... continue

Everything at a glance! The new Waldorf World List 2017 has been updated... continue


  • +++ 23.02.2018 +++

    Visiting Kenya

    When in last October the presidential elections once again appeared to take a violent turn, we cancelled our trip to Nairobi. Now, in January 2018, we finally got to go. The trip had become necessary because the Rudolf Steiner School at the outskirts of Nairobi mainly depends on donations from Germany. [...] more

  • +++ 21.02.2018 +++

    Accompanying two schools in Quito, Ecuador

    About one year ago two experienced Waldorf teachers from Israel asked how they could help outside of Israel. This question reached us when I, together with Andreas Schubert, had just come back from a visit to Quito’s Waldorf initiatives. We quickly established a connection between these encounters, which [...] more

  • +++ 16.02.2018 +++

    Waldorf Kindergarten Education in Lashio, Myanmar

    In the early 2010s, in the Shan region in northeast Myanmar, several people in the vicinity of Buddhist monasteries asked themselves what an education might look like that was in accordance with their way of life. Through the contact with Abhiseree, the principal of a large Waldorf Kindergarten in [...] more

  • +++ 08.02.2018 +++

    WOW-Day: “A great chance to help other people”

    Aimar Zabaleta attends the 12th grade of the Waldorfschule Überlingen on Lake Constance. He comes from Spain originally, but has lived in Germany for more than twelve years. For five years now, Aimar has been active in the worldwide student campaign WOW-Day. A member of the student council, he provides his [...] more

  • +++ 26.01.2018 +++

    New Kindergarten in Nanyuki, Kenya

    In January, a Waldorf Kindergarten will open in the small town of Nanyuki in the foothills of Mount Kenya. It was initiated by the parents and the teacher Silviah Njagi, one of the most experienced teachers, whose training was financed by the Friends of Waldorf Education. In order to first establish [...] more

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