There are always people who stand up for others, who are organisers and stay true to their principles. One such person is Thilo. Thilo (46) is father to a four-year-old daughter and has been a dedicated volunteer at the Kinder- und Jugendfarm Rödermark (Rödermark Young Persons' Farm) for many years. In fact, he has been its de facto manager since its launch in 2007. During its opening hours, the farm enables young people to experience nature for themselves, without them having to become members: they can build huts, plant crops, etc. - something that is quite rare in the Rhine/Main area. Thilo is the one who "drives" the management, motivates people, builds up contacts, calls in the funds. To do this, he has several key qualities: a sense of justice, he gives everyone a fair chance, builds trust, has a sense of fairness and creates links between people. Whenever there are setbacks, he grits his teeth and sets his shoulder to the wheel again! Thilo was diagnosed with the chronic illness colitis ulcerosa a few years ago but has continued to represent children and young people tirelessly. I know that, as a child, Thilo dreamed of taking part in the Olympic Games - a dream that lots of young people share. But sadly, he was never good enough at a particular sport, despite playing handball and tennis. He is a huge fan of sport and all the positive things it represents: cooperation, taking part - and enjoys watching the Olympics on TV. It would be a great pleasure for me and a great delight to him if he could fulfil his Olympic dream and take part in the torch relay. Thank you.