A ticket to the EU mainland costs 30 euros
Do you Want to Help?
BUY A ‘TICKET’
200 people buy a symbolic ticket for the ferry of Lesbos in the name of the victims in Moria
BRING THE TICKET TO PRIME MINISTER RUTTE
This week, we ask politicians at the Binnenhof, the Hague, to deliver your tickets to prime minister Rutte’s desk
6.000 euros for stichting bootvluchteling
THE BOAT FROM LESBOS TO EUROPE COSTS 30 EUROS. It could be that easy to release the refugees from the island. But it’s not. Because European countries don’t want to take up the victims from the fire in Moria.
Do you also think we have some space left for a couple more refugees in the Netherlands? Then you can sponsor a ‘boat ticket‘ for one refugee. We will present your ticket to the people who can make a difference: The dutch parliament.
WHAT IS THIS SYMBOLIC TICKET?
When you donate 30 euros, you will receive a ticket from us with the name of one person who lost their shelter in Moria this week (this takes a day). Of course, there is nothing you can actually do with this ticket, because people are not allowed to leave the island without refugee status.
But we can do something with your ticket!
WHAT WILL HAPPEN WITH MY TICKET
This week, we stand at the Binnenhof with your tickets in bright green envelopes, together with a letter. The letter states that we would like to see that migrants get to leave Lesbos or Greece and be distributed throughout Europe. We get politicians to deliver the letter to Rutte’s desk. Each such encounter is a tiny little opportunity for a fruitful discussion.
For live-updates and photos, see our Facebook page.
AND WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
All 6.000 euros we raise with the ticket sale will directly be donated to Stichting Bootvluchteling this Saturday. All costs (printing etc.) of this project are covered from private funds, not your donations.
The donation is managed by team Fortress Europe, specifically:
Ronja Baatz, Auteur FortressEurope, Anne Kroef, Graphic Designer, Elly, Marty, Nathan, Josha, Femke, Sonja, and many more. For questions you can always contact us through the email address at the bottom of this page.