Charity concert


Das Ensemble des Musicals Monty Python’s Spamalot präsentiert zugunsten der Stiftung aktion luftsprung eine einmalige Show aus beliebten Musical- und Popsongs.

aktion luftsprung hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt, zur Chancengleichheit junger Menschen mit schwerer chronischer Erkrankung beizutragen und deren Lebensumstände nachhaltig zu verbessern. Dieses Ziel verfolgt die Stiftung über ihre Projekte Berufsmentoring, Stipendien für Ausbildung und Beruf sowie Soforthilfen für Familien in Not.

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Der Erlös aus dem Kartenverkauf geht zu 100% an die Stiftung aktion luftsprung und fließt in Projekte, die zur Verbesserung der Lebensumstände von chronisch erkrankten jungen Menschen und deren Familien beitragen.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihr Kommen und danken für Ihre Unterstützung!
Ihr English Theatre Frankfurt

Sonntag, 19. Februar 2017

14:30 Uhr Einlass
15:00 Uhr Vorstellungsbeginn
16:00 – 17:30 Uhr After-Show-Umtrunk

Kartenpreis € 50,- pro Person

beinhaltet Welcome Drink, Musical-Show, Kaffee und Kuchen

The English Theatre Frankfurt • Gallusanlage 7 • 60329 Frankfurt am Main
Parkmöglichkeiten: Parkhaus Am Theater • Untermainanlage
Kartenverkauf:  |  069 242 316 20

 About aktion luftsprung

aktion luftsprung is a charitable foundation under German law registered and supervised by the competent authorities of the State of Hesse.

aktion luftsprung has the objective to improve equal opportunities and life quality of young people with severe chronic illnesses such as cystic fibrosis (CF).

The activities of the foundation are based on three pillars, namely:

With our mentoring programm („luftsprung pro“) we accompany young people with chronic illnesses into their professional lives. Our mentors are coaching and advising in order to evaluate skills, find the appropriate job profiles and prepare for job interviews. Moreover, our mentors are standing by our mentorees in facing challenging situations in their everyday job life to their chronic illness.

aktion luftsprung further targets to build bridges between employers and professionals with chronic illnesses in order to create a better mutual understanding about the potential of „chronic talents“. We identify appropriate job environments considering the needs of employees suffering from a chronic illness. aktion luftsprung hosts „roundtable discussions“ between employers, employees, governmental bodies and other organisations on the inclusion of people with chronic illnesses. Our goal is to lower the barriers regarding job integration of young people with chronic illnesses.

With our project „luftsprung campus“ we support young people suffering from a severe chronic illness. We grant financial support though stipends in order to facilitate their job education and/or academic education. Our aim is to promote applicants that have proven strong determination to pursue their own educational targets regardless of their health problems.

Last but not least aktion luftsprung is granting financial aid for hardship cases in families with children with cystic fibrosis (luftsprung direct).

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disorder that affects mostly the lungs, but also the pancreas, liver, kidneys, and intestine. Long-term issues include difficulty breathing and coughing up mucus as a result of frequent lung infections. Other signs and symptoms include sinus infections, poor growth, fatty stool, clubbing of the fingers and toes, and infertility in males, among others. Different people may have different degrees of symptoms. So far no cure for cystic fibrosis is known. Still the patients are facing lower than average life expectancy.


In addition to the assets provided by the founder Volker Potthoff aktion luftsprung is raising funds for their projects by (i) charity events, (ii) private sponsoring through regular financial contributions and (iii) raising funds from corporate sponsors and other charitable organisations.

We would be delighted to win you as a donor and receive your contribution by making a transfer to our account

aktion luftsprung – Stiftung für chronisch schwerstkranke Kinder und Jugendliche
Frankfurter Sparkasse,

IBAN: DE30500502010200500929 BIC: HELADEF1822


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