A Day to Share 2009

A Day to Share, 8 November 2009

The Friends of FOH Mobilize!

To continue our actions in areas that are dear to us - defense of human rights, education, health care, protection of the environment- FOH is launching an appeal of generosity and solidarity. Indeed, four projects in progress need your support:

 

  • Libertà, operating a helpline and assistance to victims of human trafficking, French speaking Switzerland. Fundraising objective: CHF 25'000.- for an awareness raising campaign on public transport.

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  • Jardim de Juramidam, Conservation and reforestation in the Cerrado, Brazil. Fundraising objective: CHF 20'000 for the construction of an eco-tourism lodge: CHF 15'000.-

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  • Clean Kaïlash, collection and waste management in rural areas, Tibet. Fundraising objective: CHF 20'000.- for the construction of the center, the salary of the staff and printing prevention comics

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  • Hôpital Rema, Led by Maggy Barankitse of the Shalom House, health center in Ruyigi, Burundi; Fundraising objective: CHF 20'000.- for the sponsoring of a doctor for a year: CHF 20'000.-

Donate

 

In order to collect the funds needed to pursue our projects, this day will be punctuated by an auction and a raffle . You can participate in the raffle's random drawing, by following this link .

In addition to the raffle, you can also make a direct donation to Friends of Humanity. Your entire contribution will be transferred to the selected projects.

 

The team of Friends of Humanity expresses its heartfelt thanks for your continued support.

 

An event made possible thanks to the support of our partners

 

By decision of the Department of Finances of the Geneva Canton, donations given to this non-profit organisation are deductible from cantonal and federal taxes.

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