The town of Oberursel took in over 1,000 refugees for whom language lessons is key to their integration. Catholic Parish St. Ursula organizes such German lessons. More than just theory lessons, the refugees can practice speaking German during discussions organized by the association's volunteers. The association also manages a center for the collection of clothes intended for the refugees.
The association also created a cybercafé near the refugee centers. Refugees need access to internet to stay in touch with members of their families who are in different countries.
The Air Liquide Foundation is supporting Catholic Parish St. Ursula by financing the acquisition of teaching resources and dictionaries that the 700 refugees can use, as well as by setting up a wifi connection in the cybercafé.