Collaboration with Kultur Legi

KulturLegi is a Caritas Initiative for Social Integration and Inclusion.

Poverty affects 745,000 people in Switzerland, with 134,000 children among them, making up 8.7% of the population in 2021. This widespread issue not only brings financial challenges but also results in limited participation in social and cultural activities, often leading to social isolation.

In collaboration with KulturLegi, we aim to break these barriers by offering children from challenging backgrounds the opportunity to engage in our activities at a reduced rate. Through our valued partnerships, we are thrilled to extend a 70% discount on registration fees to KulturLegi families, fostering a more inclusive and accessible environment for all.

If you are a parent or a guardian, please contact our team at to receive the discount code before making your registration.

Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of those affected by poverty. Together, we can build bridges and create opportunities for a brighter future.

Click here to contact us  if you would like to support a child!


From January 2023, Little Scientists starts a collaboration with CoetryLab in order to offer a series of STEM-based activities accessible to the local community in a brand-new hub.

The STEM centre, located near Bahnhof Hardbrücke in Zurich, is a modern lab consisting of a working area, a making space, an “idea place” with sofas, armchairs and whiteboards, a presentation stage, a small library with inspiring illustrated books on various topics, a kitchen area, and 2 workplaces for teaching staff. The STEM centre is equipped by CoetryLab and Little Scientists with computers, laptops, tablets, a 3D printer, cutting plotter, LEGO Education sets, coding robots, STEM tools for science experiments and engineering challenges. The centre serves as an ideal location from which we can offer a range of STEM activities, including holiday camps during school holidays and weekend workshops, alongside other diverse educational events.

STEM-CENTER (Little Scientists and CoetryLab), 1st Floor. The entrance to the number 201 is on the building side
  • Hohlstrasse 201, 8004 Zürich