Herbert Grönemeyer announced on Gottschalk’s ZDF show “Wetten dass…?” to take over the costs for the Berliner Tafel for one month. This encouraged the showmaster to also get involved socially.
There was a lot of hype in a Regensburg supermarket when entertainer Thomas Gottschalk (72) sat at the checkout for an hour. There he volunteered to collect donations for the Child Protection Association. “I go shopping myself, but don’t ask me what the butter costs,” said the moderator. However, he avoids one department when shopping: “Of course I always scurry past the magazine stand.” Most of the time, however, his colleague Florian Silbereisen is on top.
What Herbert Grönemeyer has to do with the campaign
In Regensburg, Gottschalk gave up the seller and collected milk, rice, oranges, gummy bears and wine. He chatted with customers and encouraged them to round up their purchase amount. He also signed autographs and fulfilled countless selfie requests.
According to the information provided, the money from the campaign will benefit various social causes via the Netto Marken-Discount Foundation. “After Grönemeyer said he would save the board, I said I have to work here.” Pop singer Herbert Grönemeyer had on Gottschalk’s ZDF show “Wetten dass..?” on Saturday. announced that they would take over the costs for the Berliner Tafel for one month.