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Welcome to the website of

Campaign New Neighbors Düsseldorf


Here you will find information on events and projects, reports on past campaigns and contact addresses.

We look forward to your feedback and suggestions. New volunteers are always welcome!


our range

  • Coordination of voluntary work in the area of ​​escape and integration
  • Qualification of volunteer work
  • Support in developing ideas and projects
  • Advice for full-time employees and volunteers
  • Information about framework conditions in voluntary work
  • Information about financing options for projects
  • Networking of actors
  • Answers to your questions: Where can I find help, support, information and possible cooperation partners inside and outside the church?



There have been various changes to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Unfortunately, some projects and offers have to pause, others have been adapted to the new conditions, if possible. We take into account the current Corona Protection Ordinance in all ongoing projects. Under regional events you will find the offers and projects taking place in each case. We are still there for you under the contact details given below!


Multilingual information on the coronavirus


The Federal Government Commissioner for Migration, Refugees and Integration has posted information from the Federal Government in several languages ​​on its website.

Among other things, there are general questions and answers, questions and answers about health protection as well as questions and answers about travel restrictions and border controls. The information is continuously updated.


The Medical refugee aid Düsseldorf (Medidus) has compiled information material on Covid-19 in 21 languages ​​(including Arabic, Persian, Pashtu, Kurdish, Somali, Tigrinya). You can find the materials here.



Information for Düsseldorf


A Overview of the information for Düsseldorf (Info telephone, supply hotline, etc.) can be found on the city's website and at www.duesseldorf.de/corona.


Current services of the Office for Migration and Integration as well as the City administration: During the again extended lockdown up to and including April 18, the city's offices will also remain largely closed. Further information can be found in the associated press release.


The city of Düsseldorf has for Residents of communal shared accommodation at Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz 1-3 one Rapid test station set up. Since March 8th, residents of communal communal accommodation for the homeless and refugees can be tested for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus free of charge in the atrium from Monday to Sunday between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. Further information on the rapid test station can be found here.


The Caritas Association Düsseldorf e. V. is also in these times there for her!The advice in the communal accommodation takes place under the current hygiene regulations. Consultations are also possible both by telephone and by email. This also applies to all other advisory services. You can find the contact details of all specialist services and advisory institutions here. We will also keep you up to date on Instagram and Facebook.


Shopping aids

For all people who belong to the risk group and therefore need help with shopping, there is a City-wide offer of the centers plus. For more information, contact the Zentrum Plus, which is closest to where you live. You can find an overview of all Centers Plus here.

DANGER: Under no circumstances will you be asked by our employees to show or hand in cash, EC cards or other valuables!