This resulted in a space where people from different backgrounds and different generations could meet. They space their own, jointly making decisions about the form it took and then taking responsibility for it. It has become a venue for an extensive cultural and educational programmes including language classes, an international cooking studio and regular breakfasts, international song and- and dance groups for both children and adults, a number of artistic workshops, international evenings and exhibitions .The goal of the programme is to encourage identification with the area among people from immigrant familiies, faciliating integration.
The intercultural meeting place received funding, until 2010, from the national government's Federal Agency for Migration and Refugees, and from 2011, continued support from the city within the framework of the “Soziale Stadt” programme with additional assistance from QM Lipschitzallee/Gropiusstadt and the district office for education, schools, culture and sports. It also works with a number of different institutions and projects in the region focussing on culture, social and youth activities. Since 2011, a non-profit organisation known as Impuls e.V has been responsible.