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Bettina Wulff, former First Lady of Germany, is patron of the foundation “Eine Chance für Kinder” (A Chance for Children). The foundation supports expectant mothers, young mothers, babies and toddlers facing difficult social situations. The goal is to prevent the neglect of children and child abuse by appointing midwives who take care of young families starting in pregnancy until the baby is one year old. As First Lady Bettina Wulff also assumed the patronage of the “Deutsche Kinder- und Jugendstiftung” (German Children and Youth Foundation), UNICEF Germany and the “Müttergenesungswerk” (Maternal Health Care Foundation), which was set up by Elly Heuss-Knapp, wife of the first Federal President, Theodor Heuss. Bettina Wulff was born in 1973 and grew up in the town of Grossburgwedel near Hanover. After completing her university entrance examinations at the Leibniz Grammar School in Hannover in 1993, she studied Media Management and Applied Media Sciences at the University of Hanover. She began her career as a PR Assistant for an internet agency before working as a Press Officer of an automotive supplier and later for a chain of drugstores. Frau Wulff has two sons, Leander and Linus.