These students have a non-profit organization that helps homeless people. In May, earlier this year, they’ve done the same for several street beggars, but without hidden camera. These students realized that they could encourage other people to do the same by sharing their good deed. Big things start small, but all together we can make a big difference. But the message is not only about homeless or unemployed people, it is about help and support in general. Some people just need somebody to talk to, some people need help carrying the grocery bags, going up the stairs, changing a tire, needing a nice supporting word. Let’s be more attentive to those in need, and, hopefully, one day when we need someone’s help, we will be sure to get it. Germany is known for its economic and political power, but not many people know about its poverty. Poverty rates differ by states. While in Bavaria only 6,6% of children and 3,9% of all citizens are considered poor, in Berlin 15,2% of adults and 30,7% of the children survive on welfare. Single-parent families and families with multiple children are most likely to be the poorest.