Our second official year kept us on our toes. Looking back, we have two conflicting feelings: On one hand, we had many projects that were forced to shut down for a determined period of time. On the other hand, we had to adapt and managed to be flexible, innovative and supportive. And we can be proud. Not only because we were able to help people in need, but because it was accomplished together thanks to your help.

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We are happy to announce the launch of our new project TT@WORK. It not only positively influences the well-being of the participating employees but reveals valuable advantages for the employer and company!

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In order to provide aid not only on an international level but to support our local community Leipzig, Germany, we joined the call for donations “A Light in Advent” – a local donation project with a big impact for the supported groups.

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We have already supported more than 50 individuals and initiatives worldwide through the generous donors and more will follow. Join the campaign! Join the cause!

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The changemaker series are a set of interviews that look to move the spotlight from the usual “project impact and outcomes” of our regular work. This is an opportunity to illustrate the humans behind the projects – those who choose to go above and beyond. We hope it will inspire others to do the same and serve as testimony that however big or small your dream, it is possible to bring positive social change to your community. These are the everyday heroes in the Dream Building Fund Programme.

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Today is the International Human Rights Day, and we would like to re-activate our Inspirational Women Series and dedicate this article to everybody out there defending and fighting for human rights, telling their stories and standing up for others. Nigerian six times Olympic table tennis player Funke Oshonaike knows how empowering sharing one’s story is – not only for oneself but for others, too.

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Inclusive table tennis programmes means for us that it is not just about including persons with disabilities in the sport, but using the sport to break down both physical and mental barriers. We want to ensure persons with and without disabilities alike are part of the solutions to humanity’s most pressing problems and achieving the SDGs. Through our programmes, we hope to put abilities forward, offer a fun safe space to challenge bias and open minds to inclusive design.

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We are proud to announce the successful collaboration with TAFISA on the project proposal “International and European Sport Organisations Activate Citizens”. The project has been selected by the European Commission and will be co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union in 2021 and 2022.

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The changemaker series are a set of interviews that look to move the spotlight from the usual “project impact and outcomes” of our regular work. This is an opportunity to illustrate the humans behind the projects – those who choose to go above and beyond. We hope it will inspire others to do the same and serve as testimony that however big or small your dream, it is possible to bring positive social change to your community. These are the everyday heroes in the Dream Building Fund Programme.

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The next World Table Tennis Day (WTTD) is all about female empowerment and gender equality. With this theme for the upcoming edition, we aim to make social changes for FEMpowerment through table tennis. To promote the cause and spread the passion for table tennis, we are looking for a total of 100 Promoters, one per country or territory, to locally promote the WTTD theme and their event.

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