|Bowspirit Kids want to help sick and traumatised children as a nautical recreation camp to come to terms with their pains and worries after an operation or treatment. Almost half a year after its launch, Kai Ortel from the German maritime online magazine schiffsjournal.de spoke with Michael Speckenbach (49) about progress and challenges on the way of creating a "kids' fun ship".|
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Press releases • Aug 26, 2019 22:00 -12
Companies that understand their CSR activities merely as "add-ons", as nice additional services that have nothing to do with the business model and the core business processes, fall short. The Bowspirit Kids initiative now offers companies in the transport and tourism industry an unprecedented opportunity to demonstrate their social commitment.
News • May 21, 2019 02:45 -12
There are obviously some fixed points in our project where the essentials are seemingly invisible to outsiders, even though they are obvious to us initiators. Please let us talk about this in a small series of news articles starting here, so that you can also say "I can see rightly not only with my heart, but also with my eyes and my mind".
News • May 28, 2019 22:00 -12
With our project we would like to help seriously ill and traumatised children and youths to come to terms with what they have experienced. It is about integrating something that has happened into one's own life and learning how to deal with it. Some people wonder why we have initiated such a project for this clientele.
News • May 23, 2019 20:00 -12
From the financial requirements for the Bowspirit Kids' project, some might conclude that "the rich" or "large foundations and companies" should take responsibility for it. This idea is fundamentally wrong.
News • Jun 11, 2019 22:00 -12
We have already explained elsewhere that the purchase of an older passenger ferry is not more expensive than the construction of a land-based facility of comparable size. The same applies to ongoing operations. As a result, the per capita costs per day will not be higher than for rehabilitation measures on shore in Germany.
News • Jun 04, 2019 22:00 -12
Many editors in business newsrooms across Europe are wondering why they have been receiving regular releases from us since the end of last year. A non-profit organisation from far away Lübeck (Germany) is considered at best a topic for the category "social affairs" ... Far from it!
News • Sep 02, 2019 01:00 -12
I will learn how healing it is to consider a change of perspective. When I will no longer be trapped in the drama as a victim, I may consider whether there is even a gift hidden for me in this stressful situation, because I am a Bowspirit Kid.