Feldstrasse in Kiel: A vacant hotel becomes refugee accommodation for people from the Ukraine. The city of Kiel has rented the former Hotel Düvelsbek, which has been vacant since 2020.
The family-run Hotel Düvelsbek, a hotel with around 30 rooms, was located here on Kieler Feldstraße near Esmarchstraße until 2020. But no guest has checked in here since 2020. There is no longer a hotel at Feldstraße 111, but rather a vacancy. However, for a few days now, work has been going on at full speed again and the rooms have been set up in the former Hotel Düvelsbek. Because the city of Kiel has rented the property, which is to become refugee accommodation for people from the Ukraine in a few days. The Kiel City Mission coordinates the furnishing of the rooms and at the same time solicits further donations. Volunteer godparents set up the rooms with the most necessary items. Therefore, moving trucks, sprinters or vehicles with trailers are constantly parked in front of the building on Feldstraße to bring furniture and furnishings of all kinds.
City mission still needs donations
According to the city mission, several sponsors have already been found so that all the rooms in the former hotel can be furnished. The newly furnished rooms then resemble accommodation in a student room. However, the city mission currently needs further donations, primarily furniture, furnishings and of course monetary donations. But even those who cannot donate furniture or money can still get involved. Volunteers are also needed in various areas.
Fast and targeted Ukraine aid required
The city mission sets up rooms and apartments for people who have fled from the Ukraine. For this we urgently need support through donations in kind.
Many are already helping and donating furniture and the like. However, our logistics capacities are currently almost exhausted, so we need your help.
More information: Stadtmission-Mensch.de