Chantal Janzen under the impression of women’s shelters
A visit to a stay-of-my-benchmarking has left a deep impression made on Chantal Janzen. The presenter buys Tuesday, the first sheet children’s welfare stamps, which this year money is collected for children in the women’s shelter.
“This is still a far-from-my-become very remote and removed,” said Janzen to the AD.
“If someone asks me where the money goes, I do not want a pr-chat opdreunen that I of an A4 paper out of my head, I learned,” explains the 37-year-old presenter of her visit. “I hate when I colleagues there find that they are not even able to explain why they have their name to have connected. Therefore, I wanted to see with my own eyes.”
The stories of the children and their mothers in the shelter made a great impression on Janzen. “I now have the tendency to put everything I have in my basement then jokes,” she said, after the end of the visit.
“As I kind of have seen it, then I call my husband and ask: what can we do? He tries to calm me down. ‘You come just, leave to settle here’. I can’t solve everything, but it feels so powerless when I returned to my fine house, go to my dear husband and frisky child.”