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L'HEURE VIDE HUMANITAIRE - Venezuelan refugees

While travelling through South America by car we crossed the border of Ecuador and Colombia in Rumichaca. There we saw so many Venezuelan refugees in such great misery without the help they needed, that we decided to stay. We started this NGO, and have been working together succesfully with local and international organizations to give them the help they need. Please visit us at: www.lheurevidehumanitaire.orgInstagram: L'HEURE VIDE humanitaire L’HEURE VIDE humanitaire is a small network-based NGO focused on short-term projects in emergency situations involving refugee issues worldwide. Our approach is to assist existing humanitarian aid structures and local associations and to supplement them when their opportunities to act are limited or restraint.Our aim is not to direct or to implement.We are there to help. This approach ensures that we can focus on what is needed on the ground and in the now to fill the gaps in aid left by big organizational structures and complex international policy. As a small and nimble organization, we are not limited by bureaucracy or massive overhead.This allows us to concentrate our efforts where we excel: organizing the available resources in a hands-on, creative way to produce tangible results quickly and effectively. Sofie Sleumer and Michel MulderFoundersEn voyageant à travers l’Amérique du Sud en voiture, nous avons traversé la frontière de l’Équateur et de la Colombie à Rumichaca. Ici, nous avons vu beaucoup de réfugiés vénézuéliens vivant dans une telle misère que nous avons décidé de rester. Nous avons donc lancé cette ONG et nous collaborons avec succès avec des organisations locales et internationales pour donner à ces réfugiés l’aide dont ils ont besoin. Voici notre site web: www.lheurevidehumanitaire.orgInstagram: www.instagram.com/lheurevidehumanitaire L’HEURE VIDE humanitaire est une petite ONG dédiée aux projets à court terme impliquant des réfugiés dans le monde entier. Notre approche consiste non seulement à aider les structures d’aide humanitaire existantes et les associations locales mais également à les suppléer lorsque leurs possibilités d’agir sont restreintes. Autrement dit, notre but n’est pas de diriger ou de mettre en œuvre: Nous sommes là pour aider. Cette approche nous permet de nous concentrer sur ce qui est nécessaire sur le terrain et dans le présent pour pallier aux limites l’aide accordée par les grandes structures organisationnelles et les complexes politiques internationales. Pour cause, en tant que petite organisation agile, nous ne sommes pas contraints par la bureaucratie ou les frais généraux massifs. Cela nous permet de concentrer nos efforts là où nous excellons, à savoir l’organisation de ressources disponibles de façon pratique et créative pour produire des résultats tangibles rapidement et efficacement. Sofie Sleumer et Michel MulderFondateurs

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FurloughedFoodiesLondon

We are Furloughed Foodies London. We’re on a mission to help feed the NHS💙 Why we exist:We are a group of people that have recently been furloughed or let go from our employment due to the current global crisis. Instead of bingeing on Netflix over the next few months while we’re all stuck at home, we wanted to help our #NHSheroes and the community. After speaking to some NHS workers about how we could help we realised two things: 1. doctors are receiving lots of cakes and unhealthy snacks 🍰, which is not great brain food for those on the front line. What they need and lack is healthy, hearty meals 🥘. 2. Canteens in most hospitals shut at 5 pm and staff working in the Covid-19 wards aren’t allowed in other areas of the hospital. This means staff really struggle for options when it comes to evening meals. Want to help? You can...💰 Donate money (on this page) 👨‍🍳 Cook food🚗 Deliver foodPlease register on our website

188 contributors

£7,957 collected

31%

The ARC Centre

Raising money to help The ARC Centre through Covid-19.The ARC Centre is a unique animal education centre based at Greenvale Primary School. We offer weekly classes to 2-18 year olds as well as school trips, 1:1 sessions, birthday parties and experiences! Due to Covid-19, The ARC Centre has had to shut it's doors. For us, it's not as simple as closing shop and waiting for this to pass. We have to care for all of our residents and make sure that their lives are unaffected by the loss of business. Our business may have stopped, but food, bedding, vet bills and electricity usage can't. We are therefore asking you to please donate to help us care for our animals. We so desperately want to be able to have a centre for all of our Rangers to return to at the end of this and won't be able to if we cannot make it through. Thank you in advance,Ranger Louise and Ranger Iain.

30 contributors

£1,048 collected

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Fatemeh's tuition fee

Hello I am Fatima from Iran, a 3rd year pharmacy student at Semmelweis University. Unfortunately I lost my father which was our family's main income provider and with this pandemic situation everything went out of control and my mother can not support me financially anymore. We are suddenly unable to provide the additional funds I'll need for finishing my studies abroad. I am devastated and helpless and am using my last option to fulfill my career. It is my sincere wish to attend university this fall and that is in jeopardy now.Your help and support would mean a world to me and it would change my life completely.Thank youFatemeh

76 contributors

€2,954 collected

49%

Workers' Dhaba in Delhi

Support the working people of Delhi NCR! Contribute for Workers' Dhaba! The Workers' Dhaba is a citizens' initiative run by volunteers from across Delhi. Our aim is to ensure food distribution in the city’s working class areas where, due to the health crisis and lockdown, people have have lost their sources of livelihood. In the wake of the health and subsistence crisis triggered by the rapid spread of Covid-19 in India, the Citizen Collective for Humanitarian Relief, in association with the Centre for Education & Communication, is organizing emergency distribution of food/ration among the working-class families of Delhi NCR. As part of this initiative we have set up our first Workers' Dhaba (kitchen) in Delhi University. We are providing rations and/or cooked meals to those families who have lost all source of income following the complete nation-wide lockdown ordered by the Indian Government on March 25. The cost for one family’s meal (5 persons) is around Rs. 250, and as of now we are able to reach about 800 people every day. We need your help and financial support to sustain and expand this effort and set up similar kitchens in other neighborhoods. For more details, write to us or check our Facebook page - Workers' Dhaba Any contribution would be extremely helpful. Do not hesitate to get in touch and spread the word! Thank you for your support and solidarity, Citizen Collective for Humanitarian Relief & Centre for Education & Communication (CEC)

52 contributors

€3,515.10 collected

43%
L'HEURE VIDE HUMANITAIRE - Venezuelan refugees

L'HEURE VIDE HUMANITAIRE - Venezuelan refugees

While travelling through South America by car we crossed the border of Ecuador and Colombia in Rumichaca. There we saw so many Venezuelan refugees in such great misery without the help they needed, that we decided to stay. We started this NGO, and have been working together succesfully with local and international organizations to give them the help they need. Please visit us at: www.lheurevidehumanitaire.orgInstagram: L'HEURE VIDE humanitaire L’HEURE VIDE humanitaire is a small network-based NGO focused on short-term projects in emergency situations involving refugee issues worldwide. Our approach is to assist existing humanitarian aid structures and local associations and to supplement them when their opportunities to act are limited or restraint.Our aim is not to direct or to implement.We are there to help. This approach ensures that we can focus on what is needed on the ground and in the now to fill the gaps in aid left by big organizational structures and complex international policy. As a small and nimble organization, we are not limited by bureaucracy or massive overhead.This allows us to concentrate our efforts where we excel: organizing the available resources in a hands-on, creative way to produce tangible results quickly and effectively. Sofie Sleumer and Michel MulderFoundersEn voyageant à travers l’Amérique du Sud en voiture, nous avons traversé la frontière de l’Équateur et de la Colombie à Rumichaca. Ici, nous avons vu beaucoup de réfugiés vénézuéliens vivant dans une telle misère que nous avons décidé de rester. Nous avons donc lancé cette ONG et nous collaborons avec succès avec des organisations locales et internationales pour donner à ces réfugiés l’aide dont ils ont besoin. Voici notre site web: www.lheurevidehumanitaire.orgInstagram: www.instagram.com/lheurevidehumanitaire L’HEURE VIDE humanitaire est une petite ONG dédiée aux projets à court terme impliquant des réfugiés dans le monde entier. Notre approche consiste non seulement à aider les structures d’aide humanitaire existantes et les associations locales mais également à les suppléer lorsque leurs possibilités d’agir sont restreintes. Autrement dit, notre but n’est pas de diriger ou de mettre en œuvre: Nous sommes là pour aider. Cette approche nous permet de nous concentrer sur ce qui est nécessaire sur le terrain et dans le présent pour pallier aux limites l’aide accordée par les grandes structures organisationnelles et les complexes politiques internationales. Pour cause, en tant que petite organisation agile, nous ne sommes pas contraints par la bureaucratie ou les frais généraux massifs. Cela nous permet de concentrer nos efforts là où nous excellons, à savoir l’organisation de ressources disponibles de façon pratique et créative pour produire des résultats tangibles rapidement et efficacement. Sofie Sleumer et Michel MulderFondateurs

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Workers' Dhaba in Delhi

Workers' Dhaba in Delhi

Support the working people of Delhi NCR! Contribute for Workers' Dhaba! The Workers' Dhaba is a citizens' initiative run by volunteers from across Delhi. Our aim is to ensure food distribution in the city’s working class areas where, due to the health crisis and lockdown, people have have lost their sources of livelihood. In the wake of the health and subsistence crisis triggered by the rapid spread of Covid-19 in India, the Citizen Collective for Humanitarian Relief, in association with the Centre for Education & Communication, is organizing emergency distribution of food/ration among the working-class families of Delhi NCR. As part of this initiative we have set up our first Workers' Dhaba (kitchen) in Delhi University. We are providing rations and/or cooked meals to those families who have lost all source of income following the complete nation-wide lockdown ordered by the Indian Government on March 25. The cost for one family’s meal (5 persons) is around Rs. 250, and as of now we are able to reach about 800 people every day. We need your help and financial support to sustain and expand this effort and set up similar kitchens in other neighborhoods. For more details, write to us or check our Facebook page - Workers' Dhaba Any contribution would be extremely helpful. Do not hesitate to get in touch and spread the word! Thank you for your support and solidarity, Citizen Collective for Humanitarian Relief & Centre for Education & Communication (CEC)

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CORONAVIRUS:CAGNOTTE PERSONNEL HOSPITALIER SUISSE

CORONAVIRUS:CAGNOTTE PERSONNEL HOSPITALIER SUISSE

Versions: Anglaise, Allemande, Française et Italienne ci-dessousHello everyone & welcome to this money pot!With just 1-click you can help to contribute to the recognition of the exceptional engagement of our Swiss hospitals care workers during the Coronavirus (COVID 19 ) crisis The money will be allocated on the prorata of number of beds of each hospital in Switzerland. The money will be transfered to the HR depatment of each hospital. The HR departmentwill redistribute the money as a bonus to all care workers.A receipt will be sent to each donor to be deducted on the next tax return. * Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you! Hallo Madame, Sir & willkommen in diesem Geldtopf!Mit nur einem Klick können Sie dazu beitragen, dass das aussergewöhnliche Engagement unserer Schweizer Spitalbetreuer während der Coronavirus-Krise (COVID 19 ) anerkannt wird.Das Geld wird auf die anteilige Bettenzahl der einzelnen Spitäler in der Schweiz verteilt.Das Geld wird an die Personalabteilung jedes Spitals überwiesen. Die Personalabteilungwird das Geld als Bonus an alle Pflegekräfte umverteilen.Geben Sie, wie viel Sie wollenJeder Spender erhält eine Quittung, die bei der nächsten Steuererklärung abgezogen wird.Alle Zahlungen sind 100% sicherWarum Leetchi.com? Es ist einfach und transparent!Vielen Dank! Bonjour Madame, Monsieur & bienvenue dans cette levée de fond !En un seul clic, vous pouvez contribuer à la reconnaissance de l'engagement exceptionnel du personnel soignant de nos hôpitaux suisses durant de la crise du Coronavirus (COVID 19 )L'argent sera alloué au prorata du nombre de lits de chaque hôpital en Suisse.L'argent sera transféré au département des ressources humaines de chaque hôpital. Ce département redistribuera l'argent sous forme de prime à tout personnel soignantDonnez le montant que vous souhaitezUn reçu sera envoyé à chaque donateur à déduire sur la prochaine déclaration dîmpôts.Tous les paiements sont 100% sécurisésPourquoi Leetchi.com ? C'est facile et transparent !Vous recevrez un reçu pour la déduction de votre future taxe Gentile Signora, Egregio Signore,Benvenuti in questa raccolta di fondi.Con un solo clic potete contribuire al riconoscimento dell'eccezionale impegno che gli operatori sanitari dei nostri ospedali svizzeri stanno facendo durante questa crisi del Coronavirus (COVID 19 ).La donazione totale sarà assegnata in base al numero di letti in ogni ospedale in Svizzera.I soldi saranno trasferiti al reparto delle Risorse Umane di ogni ospedale. Le vostre donazioni verranno poi ridistribuite come bonus a tutti gli operatori sanitari.Date quello che potete, ogni gesto è importante.Una ricevuta sarà mandata ad ogni persona che farà un dono per permetterle di deddure questo importo dalla prossima dichiarazione fiscale. Tutti i pagamenti sono sicuri al 100%Perché Leetchi.com? È facile e trasparente!Grazie!

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Support for Aelfin Michel

Support for Aelfin Michel

Aelfin Michel - Critical Condition - Hua Hin, ThailandSadly, on December 31st, Aelfin tragically crashed on a motorbike causing him to suffer severe head and face trauma.  Aelfin is currently in ICU under 24 hours medical care and constant support. When Aelfin arrived in emergency he required immediate surgery to remove bleeding on the brain and had part of his skull removed, which will need to be replaced with titanium.  His jaw and teeth were severely smashed which will require surgery, as well as other serious facial and head injuries.   Unfortunately this is a very critical situation.  Due to the severity of his head injuries he has had many operations to date and requires many more, plus 24 hours support and months (if not years) of therapy.  The latter is not yet known as we are currently taking it day by day, knowing that each day is a miracle. Aelfin is a fighter and at every set back he is fighting to stay here with us.  For those that know him will know his determination and stubbornness.  This trait is shining through in his fight for his life.  This gives us hope. Holding onto this hope and knowing that Aelfin will keep on fighting, there is a long and very expensive battle ahead of us. He requires many more surgeries, and unfortunately at this stage, we are unsure of the extent of damage and rehabilitation required.   We urgently ask all of you to help support Aelfin and his mother, Emma, with the extensive ongoing medical costs and medical care that Aelfin needs now and for the coming months.  ALL of the funds donated will be used to cover Aelfin's hospital bills, medical and rehabiliation expenses. We would like to express our gratitude for your kind donations to the SUPPORT AELFIN FUND. Best regards,Aelfin's support team

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A trip for a better world

A trip for a better world

(version française plus bas) Hello everyone & welcome to this money pot!My name is Mickael, I am 40 years old, French, and September 27, 2019 is going to be the first day of my one-year trip around the world. Throughout my journey, I will seek to connect, discover and volunteer with people who work on topics that matter to me: education, the environment and music. Education is, in my opinion, the foundation of development. Today's children will be the actors of tomorrow. Reading and writing is not a privilege but a right, regardless of the country.The environment is threatened. Despite the neurosis, there are local initiatives that must be helped to protect the flora and fauna.Music brings people together, promotes self-assertion and local cultures, and serves as a springboard for other artistic talents or passions. This personal project has been well prepared and I have self-financed from savings made over past months. I created this money pot to raise money and donate it throughout the trip to local initiatives. For every €10 paid in this pot, €9 will be directly distributed to local initiatives to support their project in either areas (education, environment, music). The remaining euro will help me personally during these missions. How will the money be used? Here are some examples that will become clearer over the next few months: Financial contribution towards the purchase of supplies, material, either for schools, or cultural centers, or animal health shelter, etc. You will be able to follow my progress on instagram and facebook @whereismike2020 and I will keep you informed as well by email every time money is used. For those who only wish to support me personally on this travel project, a pot is available here: http://www.leetchi.com/c/whereismike2020 Give however much you wantAll payments are 100% secure Thanks in advance for your participation! Mike Bonjour à tous et bienvenue sur cette cagnotte en ligne ! Je m’appelle Mickaël, j’ai 40 ans, français, et le 27 septembre 2019 sera le 1er jour d'un tour du monde en solo qui va durer 1 an. Tout au long de mon voyage, je vais chercher à entrer en contact, découvrir et aider des personnes (bénévolat) qui oeuvrent pour des sujets qui m’importent : l’éducation, l’environnement et la musique. L’éducation est, selon moi, la base pour aider au développement. Les enfants d’aujourd’hui seront les acteurs de demain. Lire et écrire n’est pas un privilège mais un droit, quel que soit le pays. L’environnement est menacé. Malgré la névrose, il existe des initiatives locales qu’il faut aider pour protéger la faune et la flore. La musique rassemble les gens, favorise l’affirmation de soi et des cultures locales, et sert de tremplin à tout autres talents ou passions artistiques. Ce projet personnel a été longuement préparé et je l’ai auto financé grace à des économies réalisées depuis plusieurs mois.J’ai créé cette cagnotte pour collecter de l’argent et le reverser tout au long du voyage à des initiatives locales liées à l’éducation, l’environnement et la musique.Pour 10€ versés dans cette cagnotte, 9€ seront directement donnés à des initiatives locales, 1€ pour m’aider personnellement pendant ces missions. Comment sera utilisée la cagnotte ? Voici quelques exemples qui se préciseront au fur et à mesure ces prochains mois :Participation financière à l’achat de fournitures, de matériel pour une école, un centre d’accueil pour des activités culturelles, un centre de prise en charge d’animaux malades, etc... Vous pourrez suivre mes avancées sur instagram et facebook: whereismike2020 et je vous tiendrai informé au fur et à mesure par email à chaque fois qu’une partie de la cagnotte sera utilisée. Pour ceux qui souhaitent uniquement me soutenir pour ce voyage, une cagnotte est à disposition ici: http://www.leetchi.com/c/whereismike2020 Donne ce que tu veuxTous les paiements sont 100% sécurisés Merci d'avance pour ta participation ! Mike

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Plant an olive tree in Palestine

Plant an olive tree in Palestine

Welcome to our campaign - Ahlan wa Sahlan :) We are fundraising to plant more than 1000 olive trees in Palestine and need your help to make this possible. Olive trees are symbolic of Palestinian identity and attachment to their land, resistance and resilience. For the last forty years, over a million olive trees and hundreds of thousands of fruit trees have been destroyed by the Israeli occupation. "Security reasons" is the justification given by the Israeli’s for the uprooting of trees, while in reality Palestinians' olive trees are destroyed for the expansion of Israeli settlements and their bypass roads, the building of the Israel's "Apartheid wall", and as a result of Israeli settlers' violence in the occupied West Bank. This campaign will target small-scale farmers, low income families, female-headed families, and those disadvantaged from land confiscation and uprooted trees. We have a trusted team of volunteers in Palestine who take care of all the work on ground and provide regular updates on the trees planted with photos which we will share with all our supporters. The planting will be done from the end of November to March 2020. One olive tree costs just £6 and it will help by:- Providing food, oil and medicine for hundreds of years- Saving Palestinian land from Israeli theft- Assisting Palestinians, for whom this remains the main source of livelihood Olive trees carry more than an economic significance in the lives of Palestinians. They are not just like any other trees, they are symbolic of Palestinians’ attachment to their land. Because the trees are draught-resistant and grow under poor soil conditions, they represent Palestinian resistance and resilience. The fact that olive trees live and bear fruit for thousands of years is parallel to Palestinian history and continuity on the land. Palestinians are proud of their olive trees; they take care of them with care and appreciation. Palestine has some of the world’s oldest olive trees, dating back to 4,000 years. Some families have trees that have been passed down to them for generations and the olive harvest season in October bears a socio-cultural meaning where families come together to harvest olive trees bearing in mind that their forefathers and mothers had tended to the same trees several years ago. What better way of keeping the Palestinian struggle alive than by planting an olive tree on the blessed land of Palestine? Baha + Shazad + Zeyn

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VAO BUNGALOW, an ecotourism project to support an isolated community in Vanuatu

VAO BUNGALOW, an ecotourism project to support an isolated community in Vanuatu

VAO BUNGALOW : un micro-projet écotouristique pour une communauté isolée du Vanuatu.Scroll down for english version Bienvenue sur notre cagnotte solidaire ! Notre projet a pour but de soutenir le développement de notre petite communauté du village de Vao, au Vanuatu, via la création d’une structure d’accueil de voyageurs étrangers comprenant bungalow traditionnel, lieu de restauration locale, et activités touristiques authentiques. Le Vanuatu est un pays insulaire du Pacifique composé de 83 îles où plus d’une centaine de langues vernaculaires sont quotidiennement parlées, et d’une population généreuse et souriante de presque 300.000 habitants, riche d’une culture coutumière ancestrale. Plus de 80% de la population vit en zone rurale très peu développée et en quasi-totale autonomie. Les autres 20% se sont exilés en ville où le salaire mensuel minimum est de 250 euros et où le prix de la vie est extrêmement élevé, engendrant : exposition forte à la société de consommation, précarité, perte de repères et d’identité...Mais le Vanuatu est surtout le pays le plus touché au monde par les catastrophes naturelles, (cyclones, activité volcanique et séismes récurrents chaque année) et où les effets visibles du changement climatique tels que l’érosion, la montée des eaux ou la salinisation de l’eau douce par exemple, contraignent les populations à adapter leurs modes de vie et augmentent leur dépendance aux aides internationales...Notre communauté de Vao vit de manière traditionnelle au nord-est de l’île de Malekula, et représente plus d’une centaine de personnes, dont 40% sont des enfants de moins de 15 ans. Nous sommes trois porteurs pour ce projet et nous représentons la communauté, mais chaque personne de Vao y est impliquée. Violaine, fille du chef du clan et initiatrice du projet, est diplômée en management des structures touristiques à l’université de Port Vila, la capitale ; Pierre, son mari, est ingénieur agronome et directeur d’un bureau d’études qui œuvre pour le développement de l’agriculture biologique et durable ; et Cécilia, adoptée coutumièrement par la communauté, est animatrice en environnement et santé.L’objectif de ce projet est de créer une micro-économie locale permettant de subvenir aux besoins essentiels des familles de Vao: paiement des frais de scolarité des enfants ainsi que des dépenses de santé, et assumer le coût des quelques matériaux et vivres ne pouvant être produits localement.Les frais de scolarité représentent la dépense majoritaire de la population du Vanuatu, et l’éducation des générations futures est l’enjeu principal de ce pays magnifique. En proie au changement climatique et aux modifications des modes de vie entraînés par la mondialisation, le pays subit progressivement pertes de repères culturels, accumulation des déchets plastiques et détérioration de la santé publique.De plus, les évolutions climatiques rapides forcent les populations du Vanuatu auparavant autonomes en nourriture et matériaux de construction à recourir à des solutions extérieures et onéreuses : l’utilisation de matériaux plus résistants pour faire face à des cyclones de plus en plus violents (béton, ferraillage) ; et l’achat de vivres basiques (riz, farine, eau) pour survivre à des sécheresses récurrentes de plus de 6 mois ou des évènements climatiques désastreux. Le tourisme est l’activité principale du Vanuatu et se développe rapidement. Cependant il est peu développé sur l’île de Malekula, malgré deux aéroports domestiques et une infrastructure routière en état convenable. Pour cause, le manque de structures d’accueil et de restauration, que les locaux n’ont pas les moyens de financer. Pourtant cette île ne manque pas d’atouts : plage de sable blanc, fonds marin préservés, nature verdoyante, culture et savoir faire traditionnel...Le tourisme engendre des revenus pour les communautés et permet la transmission de savoirs ancestraux et coutumiers que les touristes viennent observer. Mais le tourisme mal encadré peu aussi provoquer des détériorations des lieux et modes de vie. Ainsi s'est pensé notre projet : à l’instar de demander des financements pour aider au développement de notre communauté, nous voulons assurer une source de revenus encourageant des pratiques locales et ancestrales telles que la cuisine traditionnelle, les danses et chants coutumiers, ou encore les sculptures et vanneries en matériaux naturels. Cette source de revenus sera alors utilisée par les familles pour leurs besoins de base.La construction de cette structure vise à servir d’exemple et de point de départ pour des projets de la sorte tout autour du pays. Nous avons alors créé cette cagnotte solidaire pour vous demander de nous aider à lever des fonds afin que ce projet devienne réalisable et puisse garantir la qualité et le mode de vie des populations du Vanuatu, et développer la résilience de ces populations aux aléas climatiques. Un grand merci pour votre aide et votre soutien dans ce projet éco-responsable à vocation solidaire ! English version VAO BUNGALOW : An ecotourism project for an isolated community in Vanuatu Welcome to our fundraising!Our project aims to support and help the development of our community of Vao, a small village in Vanuatu, through implementing an ecotourism structure to welcome foreign travellers including a traditional bungalow, a local restaurant, and several authentic tourist activities. Vanuatu is a country situated in the Pacific and composed of 83 islands where more than a hundred of indigenous languages are used every day, and where live a generous and smiling population of nearly 300.000 habitants, strong of an ancestral custom culture. More than 80% of the population lives in rural areas, very few developed and almost independent. Other 20% moved to towns, where a monthly salary is about 250 Euros and where the cost of living is extremely high, causing vulnerability to goods consumption, poorness, and loss of cultural identity.Therefore, Vanuatu is the country the most exposed to natural disasters in the world (cyclones, volcanic activity and earthquakes every year) and where visible effects of climate change such as erosion, sea rising, or fresh water access for example. This forces populations to adapt their lifestyle and increase dependency to international aids.Our community of Vao lives in a traditional way at the north-east of Malekula island, and represent over one hundred people, including over 40% of children under 15 years old.We are three project managers to represent this community, but every man and woman Vao is concerned about the project. Violaine, daughter of the chief of the tribe, has a diploma in Management of Tourism units from the university of Port Vila; Pierre, her husband, is an agronomic engineer and chairman of a consultant office working to develop organic and sustainable agriculture; and Cecilia, who the community adopted through custom, is a consultant in environment and health. The goal of this project is to create local micro economy allowing families of Vao to provide their essentials needs: school fees for the children, health costs, and the few materials and supplies than cannot be produced locally.School fees are the main outcome of the population of Vanuatu, and education of future generation is the most important issue of this beautiful country. In the grip of climate change and modification of lifestyle caused by globalisation, the country gradually suffer from the loss of cultural marks, accumulation of plastic waste and degradation of public health.Moreover, strong climate change forces the population of Vanuatu who has always been independent with food and building materials to look for solutions from outside and then depend on money: use of more resistant and sustainable materials to face cyclones getting stronger and stronger (cement, iron framework); and purchase of basic needs like rice, flour or water to survive to regular droughts over six months or climate disasters.Tourism is the main income of Vanuatu and tourist activities is developing fast. However, tourism has grown small in Malekula island, despite of two domestic airports and good road infrastructure. Reason is the lack of accommodations to welcome tourists because the locals don’t have the money to build them. However this island has plenty attractive features: white sand beaches, conserved underwater reefs, green and protected nature, cultural and traditional know-how. Tourism brings income to local communities and allows transmission of ancestral and custom knowledge to the visitors who come to witness it. But tourism which is badly managed can end up with a deterioration of landscapes and lifestyles. And so comes our project: instead of asking funds to support development of our community, we chose to insure a long-term income to support local and ancestral know-how like traditional cooking, custom dances, or natural carving and weaving for example. The families will then use this income to cover their basics needs (and stay living on their lands).Finally, building and managing this ecotourism structure will aim to lead example and can be used as a starting point to other similar projects around the country.This is why we have made this supporting fundraising: to ask you to help us gathering money, to allow this project to become real and help population of Vanuatu to keep their quality of living and lifestyle. On a long term basis, we can also develop resilience to face climate hazards in this fragile environment. Thanks to everyone for your help to build this ecotourism project and to support our community !

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Help fund a cochlear implant surgery for 18 month old baby

Help fund a cochlear implant surgery for 18 month old baby

Raising a funding campaign as I came across the story of Marc Alexander, 18 month baby boy born in Haiti and diagnosed bilaterally deaf (both ears). Long story short, Haiti does not have the proper medical infrastructure and the government support to help this little boy get a cochlear implant surgery that would give him the ability to hear and speak. The longer he waits to get the implant, the more irreversible speech and development delay will occur. This would cost USD 30,000 including a trip abroad to get the surgery done (I myself have done research for my daughter and no kidding, it really cost that much). I spoke to his mother who didn't know what to do and who to turn to, and I felt the need to help them. As a French national and a Hong Kong resident , and as a mother of a 6 months deaf baby myself, my family is fortunate enough to have access to the best-in-class health support, excellent medical care and infrastructure ...and this is all (or almost) FREE!! We tend to forget how lucky we are. This little boy does not share our luck.Please take some time to read his story, DONATE and SHARE THIS POST to help him get access to a cochlear implant surgery, this amazing, life changing technology that will give him back the gift of hearing and speech.Carine Story of Marc Alexandre: Hello everyone. We are Kamaïa and Darlin Jeanty, parents of 18 months old Marc-Alexandre. We live Haiti, one of the most under-developed country in the world.We suspected the deafness of our son when he was 2 months and a half, as he was not reacting to sound. Due to lack of medical resources and infrastructure in Haiti, we were unable to obtain a diagnosis right away. When Marc-Alexandre turned 12 months old, we had been recommended to have him checked out in Republic Dominican. Without a second of hesitation, we took out all of our savings and bought a flight for the 3 of us to go meet an ENT specialist there. The results were devastating: Marc-Alexandre was diagnosed bilaterally deaf (both ears). We were not sure what to do or where to turn. We do not know if he would ever say, "I love you Mommy and Daddy." We have prayed for a happy, productive life for Marc-Alexander, and we want him to go to school and someday graduate from university to pursue a career and a life that he chooses.The ENT was adamant that our son needed cochlear implants; Implanting Marc will give him access to sound which will provide him with the only chance of age-appropriate speech and language development. This will provide him the opportunity to a better education and independent employment as an adult in the future. If not implanted, it may lead to permanent changes in the auditory cortex in the brain which may make it impossible to benefit from a cochlear implant or any form of hearing restoration surgery in the future. The cochlear implant bypasses the damaged portions of the ear and directly stimulates the auditory nerve. The signals are generated by the implant and are sent passed the auditory nerve to the brain where the signals are recognised as sounds. However, the cochlear implants will cost USD$30,000 as we do not have insurance and there is no government social subsidy or help of any kind. We are raising money to pay for medical expenses including surgery, cochlear implant device, and a trip abroad for the surgery.Marc is growing up and as his parents; we know we have to do something. The only future for our son is to hear with cochlear implants. Just like everyone else, we want to give him the best possible future there is.Life is so precious and this innocent boy who deserves the right to live normally. In advance, we extend our heartfelt thanks for your incredible moral and financial support. Thank you for helping us change the life of our child. Kamaïa and Darlin Jeanty

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Ayuda a ByKate en las épocas del COVID

Ayuda a ByKate en las épocas del COVID

Hello everyone & welcome to this money pot!! (El texto en Español abajo :))As you know most European countries are currently in total lockdown due to the Coronavirus outbreak, meaning that we cannot leave our homes for at least a month.  The lockdown's impact is huge in every aspect of life, socially and economically, especially for those who are small business owners and cannot work from home. Cata is one of those owners and also one of my (our) dearest friends, and I want to help her as much as I can in this difficult time. ByKate openned 4 months ago and she put blood, sweat and tears to make it happen... With no fear and a smile on her face, you know typical Cata, always strong always happy.  Sadly she had to close down and we don't know for how long, so today I'm trying to gather some money with all those who want and can help.  With just 1-click you can contribute !* Give however much you want and you can. * The pot will close on in 2 weeks (3rd ofapril) * All the money will be tranfers to Cata's bank account. * Also, this is a surprise, organised by me and her parents, so please :) don't spoil it.Thank you, Fabian, Mariela, Vale y Cami. ------------------------ ¡Hola a todos, Como saben, la mayoría de los países europeos están actualmente en total bloqueo debido al brote de coronavirus, lo que significa que no podemos salir de nuestras casas durante al menos un mes. El impacto del bloqueo es enorme en todos los aspectos de la vida, social y económicamente, especialmente para aquellos que son propietarios de pequeñas empresas y no pueden trabajar desde casa. Cata es uno de esos proprietarios y también una de mis (nuestras) amigas más queridos, y quiero ayudarla tanto como pueda en este momento difícil. ByKate abrió hace 4 meses, Cata puso todo su esfuerzo para hacerlo realidad... Sin miedo y con una sonrisa en la cara, ya saben,  como es Cata, siempre fuerte, siempre feliz. Lamentablemente tuvo que cerrar y no sabemos por cuánto tiempo, así que hoy estoy tratando de reunir algo de dinero con todos aquellos que quieran y puedan ayudar. - Da lo que quieras y puedas, no te preocupes !- Este link se cerrará en 2 semanas (3 de abril).- Todo el dinero será transferido a la cuenta bancaria de Cata.Además, es una sorpresa, organizada por mí y sus padres, así que por favor :) no lo estropees.¡Gracias, Fabian, Mariela, Vale y Cami.

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Encore et toujours en difficultés vivre et laisser vivre est à bout de souffle ,aidez-nous à respirer !

Encore et toujours en difficultés vivre et laisser vivre est à bout de souffle ,aidez-nous à respirer !

Hello everyone & welcome to this money pot!With just 1-click you can support an animal cause close to your heart* Give however much you want* All payments are 100% secure* Why Leetchi.com? It's easy & transparent!Thank you! L’association Vivre et laisser vivre a été créée en 2005 pour venir en aide aux chats malades et abandonnés. C’est suite à de nombreux sauvetages effectués que l’association a vu le jour. En voyant l’ampleur du travail que Gabrielle a décidé de créer la petite structure.Notre  maison  est devenue le refuge des animaux errants et malades. Nous vivons  24h/24 avec nos protégés et leur apportons toute l’attention nécessaire.Beaux ou laids, gentils ou méchants, tous les chats ont une place chez nous. C’est un véritable SOS de vie ou de survie pour nous qui nous battons depuis la création de l’association en septembre 2005, plus de 1 000 chats et chatons sauvés à ce jour !Presque 14 ans de combat contre la misère animale, l’abandon, la détresse des pauvres chats malades, seuls dehors dans les rues ou dans les campagnes.Devant cette recrudescence d’abandons ces dernières années, notre association a répondu à la détresse de ces pauvres chats et chatons en les accueillant, sinon c’était la mort pour eux. Mais notre association ne survit que grâce aux dons des particuliers, aucune subvention ne nous est accordée.Les factures vétérinaires se font de plus en plus lourdes,ils ont vieilli les pathologies se déclarent  ! il faut nourrir, soigner,vacciner . Autant de frais que nous ne pouvons plus honorer à ce jour.Nous avons besoin de vous, les chats de l’association comptent sur vous.Notre association est en danger. Trop peu de dons, trop de chats à gérer, trop de détresses, de misères... nous avons encore besoin de vous pour continuer nos actions de sauvetage et surtout continuer à nourrir et soigner les chats de l'association. Merci pour eux ! Merci pour toutes ces vies sauvées.Sans votre soutien et vos dons, que vont –ils devenir ? Que vais- je devenir ? »Nos 94 chats sont tous malades ou handicapés et nécessitent des soins vétérinaires Plusieurs  luttent de toutes leurs forces contre la maladie.

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AIDEZ-NOUS À CONSTRUIRE UN REFUGE SAVE POUR NOS LOULOUS !

AIDEZ-NOUS À CONSTRUIRE UN REFUGE SAVE POUR NOS LOULOUS !

Ce projet représente un nouveau départ pour nos loulous, un moyen de les mettre à l'abri, voilà pourquoi nous avons besoin de vous pour leur offrir un refuge aux normes où ils seront en sécurité ! Ceci est un appel à votre générosité, à votre grand coeur, pour la construction d'un refuge SAVE pour nos loulous. C'est la seule solution pour continuer à sauver les loulous de Roumanie de manière durable et à les rapatrier vers la Belgique/France où ils pourront vivre dignement. Sans vous, ce projet ne pourra pas aboutir ! Notre projet de construction - sur 1 hectare :Nous allons constuire notre refuge sur une parcelle d'un peu moins de 1000 m2 sur une colline, derrière le siège de l'association où nos loulous seront en sécurité. Nous devrons ensuite obtenir un permis d'urbanisme, une autorisation de l'Agence de protection de l'environnement et une autorisation de construire.Voici les différentes étapes de construction et les aménagements aux normes que nous prévoyons. Nous pourrons vous donner des éléments plus précis dès que nous aurons fait un cahier des charges avec notre entrepreneur. Aidez-nous à réaliser ce projet à taille humaine pour continuer à sauver des loulous de Roumanie ! Grâce à Vous, ce projet pourra voir le jour et nous pourrons continuer notre action dans la région : stérilisations, soins, vaccins, adoptions, et espérons-le à long terme, changement des mentalités. Merci pour votre soutien ! L'équipe de Save & Hope

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Matériel photo / vidéo volé - imRodolphe

Matériel photo / vidéo volé - imRodolphe

Bonjour,.Pour celles et ceux qui ne me connaissent pas, je m'appelle Rodolphe et je suis un photographe / vidéaste indépendant..L'année dernière, j'ai réalisé bénévolement un projet documentaire sur l'artisanat japonais, dans l'optique de créer mon portfolio afin de vivre de mon travail et de ma passion par la suite. Vous pouvez retrouver mon travail sur mon site : https://rodolphemiez.com/.Hier, vendredi 3 juillet 2020, j'ai été victime du vol de mon sac photo / vidéo à Paris qui contenait tout mon matériel que j'avais avec moi pour le tournage d'un clip de danse. Je pense que j'ai été suivi car le sac a été volé en plein jour alors que mes amis étaient sur place pendant que je me lavais les mains (gestes barrière !) et qu'ils n'ont rien vu. J'explique plus en détails ce qu'il s'est passé dans une vidéo juste ici : .Voilà plus d'un an que je donne tout ce que j'ai, mon temps, mon argent, mon énergie, pour construire un projet qui a été brutalement coupé dans son élan par la pandémie, et maintenant je n'ai même plus mon matériel pour continuer à travailler car une personne a décidé de tout me prendre..Je sais que l'on peut me reprocher de ne pas avoir surveillé personnellement mon sac, mais la situation s'est déroulée en une fraction de seconde et mes amis étaient à côté de mes affaires. Je pense que ça peut arriver à n'importe qui et que l'on se rend compte de ce que ça représente seulement quand ça nous arrive personnellement. Ce sera une leçon pour l'avenir, qui me détruit aujourd'hui..Si je crée cette cagnotte c'est parce que c'est tout ce qu'il me reste. J'ai porté plainte, essayé par différents moyens de retrouver le voleur, mais comme bien souvent dans ce genre de situation, je me retrouve seul avec aucun moyen de retrouver mon équipement que j'avais mis 3 ans à acquérir..J'en appelle donc à la bienveillance des personnes qui peuvent me donner un petit coup de main dans ce moment très difficile. Des années d'économie et un projet vidéo qui disparaissent en une seconde, c'est dur à encaisser..Il y avait l'équivalent de 5000 euros de matériel dans mon sac et je veux être le plus transparent possible, c'est pourquoi j'ai fait la liste du matériel volé juste ici :.- Appareil photo Canon EOS R- Objectif Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 II- Objectif Canon 24mm f/2.8- Objectif Canon 85mm f/1.8- Micro-cravate TASCAM DR 10-L- 4 batteries Canon LP-E6N- 3 cartes SD 64GB- 1 carte SD 128GB- 1 chargeur de batterie LP-E6N Canon- Stabilisateur électronique Ronin-S- Enceinte JBL portable- Gorilla Pod JOBY GP3- Lunettes de soleil Ray-Ban à ma vue- Connectique- Carte grise avec mon nom / prénom et mon adresse- Sac ProTactic BP 350 AW II.Pour finir, je tiens à dire que le montant de 5000 euros est le but à atteindre pour que je puisse racheter le matériel que l'on m'a volé. Si la cagnotte fonctionne bien, car je sais que ça peut arriver, tout ce qui sera donné au-delà de cette somme à atteindre sera reversé pour aider le personnel soignant, qui traverse également une période compliquée en ce moment. J'avais déjà donné pendant le confinement pour aider les hôpitaux de Paris car je sais que nous sommes tous concernés, et si grâce à ma mésaventure nous pouvons aider un peu plus, ce sera avec plaisir..Personnellement, je souhaite simplement retrouver, grâce à cette initiative, le matériel qui me sert à travailler. Rien de plus..Merci beaucoup d'avoir lu et merci de me soutenir, de partager ou si vous avez un peu de soutien financier à m'accorder. J'espère que cette mésaventure ne sera bientôt qu'un mauvais souvenir..Je vous souhaite un bon week-end, une bonne semaine..Prenez soin de vous,.Rodolphe

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Help us save MALDIVE PASSIONS Dive School

Help us save MALDIVE PASSIONS Dive School

Please help us getting through the corona virus crisis !! My name is Marc Pomel, Managing Director of MALDIVES PASSIONS Dive School, on the local island of Maafushi. MALDIVES PASSIONS Pvt, Ltd. has been registered as a company in July 2011, and was the achievement of a dream made 9 years previously by myself & Adham, my Maldivian business partner. This dream was made possible thanks to a new policy from the Maldivian government (back in 2008) promoting a new type of tourism, based on local islands instead of private resort islands. On local islands, you could be in contact with the population, interacting with them, sampling the authentic Maldivian culture and making sure that every single dollar you spent would benefit the locals instead of some big international resort companies.MALDIVES PASSIONS was the 1st dive school to open in Maafushi, the 1st ever local island to embrace local tourism. For almost 8 years, we managed to be ranked #1 attraction by TRIPADVISOR, to be the Award Winner of TRAVEL & HOSPITALITY, and to be the "Learning Experience of the Year" by LTG GLOBAL AWARDS. During this time, we also got deeply involved with the local community, bringing countless unemployed youngsters to diving professional level, conducting regular beach & lagoon clean-ups with school kids & tourists, organizing fundraising for the local school, setting-up numerous marine environment awareness program (with both kids & adults), and creating a coral growing project in Maafushi’s lagoon in conjunction with the Island Council. Unfortunately, all this is now in jeopardy, due to the current pandemic. The international airport is closed since the 19th of March, the whole country is fully quarantined, and we are left high & dry with no income & no help whatsoever from the government. Furthermore, we were forced to move to a new place in February, thus facing significant costs & expenses in the process to relocate. All those factors have contributed to the fact that we have now run out of money, so from this month onward (April), we will not be able to pay our staff anymore. We had to temporarily lay off some of them, who returned to their home islands & families already, but 4 of our staffs (with no other place to go) are forced to remain with us in Maafushi. Although we cannot give them any salary, we are still trying to bear the cost for their accommodations, food, and the utility bills (water, electricity & internet). Therefore, I am humbly requesting your help to face those expenses until business resume, on the 1st of August. Here is a breakdown of the incurred costs for your information: * Food cost is 170 USD/person/month for a total of 680 USD* Accommodation discounted rent rate is 550 USD per month* Average monthly water bill is around 330 USD, and electricity is about 260 USD.* Internet fee is 70 USD/month Therefore, we are looking at a grand total of 1890 USD/ month. Please, help us to keep the dream alive, as without you, we will be forced to sell everything & close down MALDIVES PASSIONS permanently. Anything you can spare & give will be very much appreciated, no matter how small your contribution. To show you our gratitude, and as a small gesture of recognition, we will be glad to offer a free fun dive, and an additional 10% discount to any contributor coming to Maafushi. Thank you very much for your help & kind consideration. Warmest Regards.Marc Pomel & team.

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Una Rosa nel Cuore

Una Rosa nel Cuore

Cari,Ricevete questa mia lettera perchè ho fiducia in voi, e voi in me, e so di poter aprire il mio cuore e raccontarvi quanto sto per scrivere. Il 19 giugno 2002, una Rosa si è spezzata cadendo dalla scala che conduce ai binari della stazione Roma Nomentana. Rosa, nostra madre, ha lasciato un vuoto in me e nei miei fratelli, aveva 59 anni. Vi potrei raccontare di questa Rosa, di una donna gentile, umile ma forte, che ha cresciuto da sola i suoi tre figli in una vita di impegno e lavoro. Rosa, come tutte le mamme, aveva dei progetti. Sognava di aiutare una figlia, Giancarla, in difficoltà, con tre bambini e un marito violento da cui si stava separando. Desiderava assistere alla Laurea della sua seconda figlia, Barbara. Sperava un futuro più certo per Cesare , che non aveva voluto studiare.Chissà quale è stato il suo ultimo pensiero, forse noi figli? i nipotini? e poi quella scala su cui si è spenta la sua vita e ha portato via ogni sogno. Quel giorno, 19 giugno 2002, Rosa stava tornando a casa dal lavoro.Il ricordo di una telefonata da parte di una vicina che aveva saputo da altri pendolari e che racconta "solo" di una caduta in stazione, sulle scale metalliche di Roma Nomentana.Una delle viti fuoriusciva troppo dal rivestimento metallico della scala. Proprio su quel gradino, accanto alla vite, venne ritrovata la scarpa di mia madre Rosa, lei, il suo corpo, qualche gradino più sotto. Una corsa in ambulanza già esanime. Una corsa verso l'ospedale, il Sandro Pertini, la speranza, poi il nulla. Al nostro arrivo quella meravigliosa Rosa si era spenta. Neppure un ultimo saluto. Solo dolore, vuoto, senso di impotenza. Il sopralluogo dei carabinieri rilevò quella vite che non avrebbe dovuto fuoriuscire, evidenza di una non idonea manutenzione e scarsa cura nella gestione, affinché non vi siano pericoli per i viaggiatori. Oggi. Dopo 17 anni, un altro dolore sta colpendo noi tre figli e orfani di Rosa. La giustizia, i tribunali, la burocrazia, non guardano ai dolori e ai sogni infranti. In tribunale i morti non hanno voce. Ed è così che oggi, secondo una sentenza che non comprendo, dovremmo essere noi tre figli di Rosa a risarcire per quell'incidente. Vi chiedo dunque con urgenza un aiuto. Per noi è un nuovo momento di sconforto, di dolore e di grande senso di impotenza. Molti di voi già lo sanno, ci conosciamo da molto, lavoro da quando avevo 16 anni, per pagare gli studi e aiutare mia madre. Quando ho iniziato a lavorare stabilmente, dopo la laurea, sono stata sempre un sostegno per i miei fratelli e i miei nipoti. Non è stato semplice soprattutto perchè non potevo contare su nessun altro. La somma da risarcire è importante ed ho deciso di chiedere supporto a Voi, a chi mi conosce. Dobbiamo risarcire le spese legali per un valore di 15.000€ (inizialmente erano 29.000€ la Società ha accettato di limitare alle effettive spese legali e rinunciare ai 'maggiori oneri') Da parte mia, ho chiesto alla Società che la somma resa venga poi data in donazione, non possono rinunciare a chiederci il dovuto ma possono decidere poi di effettuare una donazione pari ai 15.000€ da risarcire. Vorrei che tutto questo si trasformasse in un aiuto per una Casa Famiglia, con madri in difficoltà (proprio come la mia Rosa). In questo modo il dolore e il ricordo di nostra madre diverrebbe un atto di amore e l'inizio per un altro sogno Condivido con Voi che se avessi avuto mai un risarcimento per la nostra Rosa spezzata avrei realizzato un progetto, Villa Rosa, una casa famiglia in onore di nostra madre. Ciascuno può fare la differenza. Voi potete fare la differenza aiutandomi con questa mia raccolta fondi. GRAZIE DI CUORE! Barbara_____________________________Dear all, you are receiving this letter because I trust you, and you trust me, and I know I can open my heart and share with you what I am going to write. On June 19, 2002, a Rose has been cut by falling from a poorly maintained staircase leading to the tracks of the Roma Nomentana railways station. Rose, our mother, left a void in me and my siblings, she was 59 years old. I could tell you about this Rose, a kind, humble but strong woman, who raised her three children on her own throughout a life of commitment and work. Rose, like all mothers, had plans. She dreamed of helping a daughter, Giancarla, in difficulty, with three children and a violent husband from whom she was separating. She wanted to attend the graduation of his second daughter, Barbara. She hoped for a more certain future for Cesare, who had decided to quit school. Who knows what her last thought was, maybe she thought of us, her children? Of her grandchildren? And then that staircase, that took from her her life and all her dreams. Today, after 17 years, another struggle is affecting us three children, Rose's orphans. Justice, courts, bureaucracy, do not care about sorrow and broken dreams. In a trial the departed have no voice. And so it happens that today, according to a sentence that I do not understand, it's us, Rose's three children, who have to pay for that accident. I therefore ask you for your help. For us it is a new moment of discouragement, sorrow, grief, and we feel neglected and powerless. On my side, I asked the involved company we have to financially compensate to eventually donate this sum to a charity organization. This sum amounts to € 15,000, that they reclaim to cover the legal expenses they had due to the trial we children lost against them. I wish all this would turn into a support to a Family Home helping mothers in difficulty (just like my Rosa). In this way the grief and memory of our mother would become an act of love and the beginning of another dream. But before getting to this point, we children have to collect the 15.000€ that the company is claiming from us. Be sure that if we had won the trial and if we had received a financial compensation for our broken Rose, this is what we would have done: starting a project, 'Villa Rosa', a family home in honor of our mother. Each of you can make a difference. You can make a difference by helping me and my family with this fundraiser. Thank you!BARBARA

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