reports from Austria

Two weeks in Little Flower, February 2015


While the students of Art University Linz / basehabitat spent five weeks building practice in Little Flower and thus initiated the last phase of the PHOOLNA project, which ushered the Community Hall in loam with bamboo construction, I was even accompanied by three traveling companions for a total of two weeks in the project.

It was an intense time, each marked by the most exciting, different perspectives, which Wonge Bergmann / Frankfurt

Scarf gallery online!

We created a scarf gallery where you can now donate for Little Flower and as a thank you for your donation you will get a scarf of your own choice from us. Because of the logistics we could only send our scarves within Austria, Germany and Switzerland. But this Web gallery might also be an impulse for others to deliver the scarves in their places and we are ready to support everybody with our experience, our logistics, the pictures etc.

If you want to see the whole gallery please go to the German site and click SCHAL GALERIE or you open it via

Indian summer, Sun kissed lemon, Soft Moss, Midnight sky,… you will love the color and the clear structure!

Thanks to Elisabeth, Mira, Lukas and Jasmin for their presentation in front of the camera! Thank you Christof for the photographs and all others for their work pro bono for Little Flower!

And last but not least all weavers and all workers in Little Flower who produce these scarves as a thank you for our donors!

Norman MacIsaac/Leger Foundation/Canada in Salzburg

Norman MacIsaac from the Leger Foundation/Canada paid a visit to us in Salzburg. It was a wonderful time of sharing and discussing all topics about Little Flower. We all are interested in a good and intensive cooperation between Austria and Canada to create the maximum of support for Little Flower. THANK YOU NORMAN for a wonderful time with you!


Franchisecongress in Berlin/Germany

Waltraud Martius, a real ambassador of Little Flower gave a speach on the German Franchise Congress in Berlin in these days. She was wearing a pink scarf as a sign of Little Flower and more than that she was introducing the project to the audience in connection with Social Franchising. No wonder, that many people left the congress with a colorful message of Little Flower around their neck!

Thank`s Waltraud!

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