In collaboration with local organizations, they organized German language classes and provided teaching materials to volunteers, partner schools, and refugee accommodations (totaling 28 boxes of specialized German teaching materials). The language lessons were extremely important to help refugees adjust to life in the new country. They also arranged a successful theater event for refugee children, inviting those from partner primary schools. The performance, “An der Arche um Acht,” was presented by the volunteer theater group syn:format. Ukrainian women were involved in the project, making them feel needed and part of the community. The event received positive feedback from both students and teachers, demonstrating the value of such cultural initiatives in improving overall education and integration.