The "Babylon Berlin" actor Volker Bruch (40) has drummed up 24 artists for an action entitled "Los für Lesbos". The German stars provide personal items for a raffle. The proceeds will go to initiatives and organizations that are committed to helping refugees at Europe's external borders.
Among the items to be raffled that accompanied the celebrities on their career path include the tour bathrobe by singer Herbert Grönemeyer (64), the glasses by moderator Joko Winterscheidt (41), and a painting by actress Heike Makatsch (48) , the well-known yellow raincoat by "Dark" main actor Louis Hofmann (23) or the original hats from "Babylon Berlin" that Volker Bruch and his colleague Liv Lisa Fries (29) wore in the successful series.
Volker Bruch "wants to improve the situation on site"
Other artists who support the project are the actors Jürgen Vogel (52), Lars Eidinger (44), Karoline Herfurth (36), Jella Haase (27), Jannis Niewöhner (28) and Emilia Schüle (27) as well as the musicians Max Herre (47), Joy Denalane (47), AnnenMayKantereit, Beatsteaks and Lena Meyer-Landrut (29). Every euro donated corresponds to a lot that is paid between July 23, 2020 (12:00 p.m.) and August 21, 2020 (12:00 p.m.) on the initiative's website can be acquired.
The situation in the Moria refugee camp on Lesvos, where there is a lack of food, clothing and medical care, is currently very much on his mind, says Volker Bruch in a statement. "What can I do as an actor? I can generate attention – and I can donate money to improve the situation on site."