The longer the Corona crisis lasts, the better the help organized in the district – whether through neighborhood help, athletes, communities, aid organizations or trade associations. An overview:
The Moosburg Solar Days planned for April 25th and 26th are taking place virtually this year: Interested citizens can read information online and listen to lectures. The Solarfreunde will take questions or suggestions by phone (0 87 61/98 70) and by email (email@example.com).
Shopping & dog walking
The overarching campaign “Attenkirchen helps” was created in Attenkirchen. For those affected, the initiative offers a basic supply of food and articles for daily needs, the provision of medication or a dog walk service. Those seeking help can contact the following telephone numbers: Lisa Maier: 08168/4089 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Monika Suhr: 0 81 68/17 33; Parish office Attenkirchen: 0 81 68/9 97 96 60. Orders are accepted daily from nine to eleven and from 4 to 6 p.m.
The “Marzling helps together” campaign bundles helpers who make purchases, do things or go to pharmacies for others. The offer of help can be used by people who have to stay at home due to age or illness, due to a weakened immune system, other diseases or quarantine, but also those who are required to cope with the crisis (doctors, nurses). Details and contact: 0 81 61/97 60 96 (8.30 a.m. to 9.30 a.m., 2.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.).
Help instead of kicking: If you belong to the risk group, you can have the SV Vötting-Weihenstephan deliver you groceries or have messenger services carried out. Affected Freisinger can call between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. every day (01 57/78 81 56 55), club members deliver the ordered items to the front door the next day. Payment is made in cash.
Offers to take over shopping, going to the pharmacy or taking the dog for a walk from risky individuals are also bundled in Allershausen. The aim is to bring the community and volunteers together and to act flexibly together with existing facilities. Those who want to help can contact email@example.com or 0 81 66/67 93 16.
Most athletes now also have a “forced break”. FC Neufahrn at least wants to use the free time and training to help others. It mainly offers support for people of older age or with previous illnesses and chronically sick people. This includes shopping in the local supermarkets, drugstores and beverage stores as well as errands at the pharmacy, the post office or the like. The contact telephone is switched between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily (0 16 0/59 053 00).
The emergency number for people in Moosburg who can no longer take care of themselves due to the Corona virus is 0160/995760 38. Helpers from the immediate vicinity are referred. If no one answers, please speak to the answering machine. Interested helpers can contact us via email (annemarie.fleischmann@sankt-kastulus) with their contact details.
The Caritas-Zentrum Freising offers shopping support for everyone who belongs to a risk group and is currently supposed to stay at home. The contact person is Edith Wesel (0 81 61/53 87 90; firstname.lastname@example.org). The Caritas Center also networks facilities that can provide assistance in the city of Freising and in the district.
The old service center in Eching can still be reached by phone or email and advises on care and home care. If necessary, helpers are placed who can take care of shopping or errands outside the home. Accessible: Monday to Thursday (9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m .; Friday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m .; 0 89/3 27 14 20 or email@example.com)
SpVgg Zolling offers shopping and errands for everyone in Zolling who belongs to the risk group or is in quarantine. Every day from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., interested parties can contact us by phone or via Whatsapp (01 74/3 34 56 96) or write an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) – with a shopping list or the necessary errand. The club then takes care of it on the following working day. Payment takes place in cash and without contact.
The Freising district association of the Bavarian Red Cross also offers “food on wheels”. In the urban area, the BRK delivers hot food every day, and frozen food is brought to the district once a week (Mondays). Telephone: 0 81 61/9 67 10; Fax: 0 81 61/96 71 22; Mail: email@example.com.
Despite restrictions due to the disaster, the Malteser in Freising continue to offer support. The menu service can be reached as usual (0 81 22/9 95 51 77), and the house emergency call continues to work as usual. Further information: 0 81 22/9 95 51 77 or www.malteser-erding.de.
The mayors of the four member municipalities of VG Zolling, Haag, Wolfersdorf, Attenkirchen and Zolling urge all citizens to download the community app from their home page to their cell phone or smartphone. This enables the administration to provide citizens with news and information quickly and easily.
Many retailers offer a delivery service. From ice cream to cheese to lunch, medication or household goods, there is the option of having the goods delivered to your home – even from closed shops. The advertising association “Active City Freising” has an overview on their homepage which service their members currently offer: www.innenstadt-freising.de.
Moosburg Marketing (MeG) also offers a similar overview. MeG has compiled a list of all dealers and restaurateurs who “offer delivery and shipping options for their customers” or from whom you can pick up your own food. The list is updated. Address: www.moosburg-marketing.de.
The “Blaues Wunder 112” campaign in Freising offers a hotline that coordinates private help in and around Freising. Every day between midday and 4 p.m. everyone who wants to help others and anyone who needs specific support can call 0 81 61/5 49 88 11 or contact the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Freising senior network Frieda & Ben is looking for young people to do shopping for senior citizens. The network takes over the mediation and has introduced a temporary membership for young helpers, in which the membership fees are covered by donations. This covers the insurance coverage. If you want to help, please contact email@example.com or 0 81 61/2 01 55 15 (Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., otherwise answering machine).
Pastoral Care & Advice
Pastoral care is offered in Attenkirchen via the parish office and an emergency number (0 15 2/26 99 73 32).
The Neufahrn-Hallbergmoos Evangelical Lutheran parish is now offering church services online. At www.kirche-neufahrn.de/neufahrn/index.html you can find the link to the new YouTube channel of the parish.
Due to the current situation, there is no personal advice in the Caritas Center Freising and in the Caritas Moosburg branch. However, there are numerous advisory services by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) on the www.caritas.de/onlineberatung website and on the phone. Telephone consultation times are from Monday to Friday from 8.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. General social counseling and debt counseling: 0 81 61/5 38 79 10; Migration advice: 0 81 61/5 38 79 10; Outpatient care: 0 81 61/5 38 79 20; Family counseling: 0 81 61/5 38 79 30; Social psychiatric services: 0 81 61/5 38 79 50; Branch office Moosburg: 0 87 61/7 26 86 10; Educational advice Moosburg: 0 87 61/726 86 27.
Diakonie Freising will not be offering general consultation hours in the near future. However, as one would like to meet the currently high demand for advice, a telephone advice system has been set up: 0 81 61/40 29 80; email@example.com.
The IHK Munich offers crisis advice for companies and employers at www.ihk-muenchen.de/corona/. There you will find information on state emergency aid, credit protection, tax deferral, short-time work, company preventive measures or management recommendations. The Corona hotline can be reached on 0 89/5 11 60. The IHK points out that numerous applications and registrations can also be processed at https://services.ihk-muenchen.de/. Customers who still want to personally visit the Chamber of Commerce during service hours are asked to allow a little more time.
The Freising cycling team has decided to suspend the public signature collection for the citizens’ request for an indefinite period. The lists can be downloaded from the website of the Radentscheid (http://www.radentscheid-freising.de), submitted or sent to Peter Helfert, Hohenbachernstraße 35, 85354 Freising.