Kitchen for homeless refugees and homeless locals in Thessaloniki, Greece.Our project is well established by now. We expanded our work. Kitchen now cooks 2 hot meals a day and distributes to streets and parks in Thessaloniki and to one of the camps nearby. Our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dirtybunch/ is the best source of daily updates on our work. We are a small private group and cooperate with several groups in order to make our entire operation possible. Winter in Northern Greece is severe and there are still about 61.000 refugees in Greece. Small volunteer initiatives such as ours are flexible and adapt to daily needs quickly and efficiently. We are doing our best to cook on daily basis and the need is not smaller but bigger every day. Please support us with as much donation as you can afford. We can provide a hot meal for as little as 30 cents. And daily need is for 100-400 people. Food, water, sometimes sweets for kids :) Ok, so much for now. Thanks to everyone, thanks for helping us feed the people.
Thank you for the many offers of charitable donations.The Cherry Foundation is set up to continue Cheran’s work of helping underprivileged, talented pupils to succeed and secondly to sponsor children facing poverty.Your donation would make a big difference to keeping Cheran’s dream alive.Thank you for your support.
You've heard the one about walking 500 miles, well in 2017 I will be running 500 miles and hopefully more, including the Barcelona marathon in March, to raise funds for The National Society for Phenylketonuria (NSPKU) that help families coping with children diagnosed with PKU.PKU is a rare genetic condition that causes an amino acid called phenylalanine to build up in the body. Our bodies normally break down protein in foods like meat and fish into amino acids, which are the "building blocks" of protein. These amino acids are then used to make our own proteins.Any amino acids that aren't needed are broken down further and removed from the body. People with PKU can't break down the amino acid phenylalanine, which then builds up in the blood and brain. In short it means that people with PKU have to have a very restricted diet with very few "exchanges" of protein. That means no meat, fish, bread, dairy products and a host of other daily food items we take for granted.My nephew Christy (pictured) was diagnosed days after his birth with PKU. Thankfully, he is a happy and healthy boy thanks to the family support network around him that know about and can help him deal with the condition as he grows older.Funds raised through this project will go helping families that aren't so fortunate and aiding research into advancements in how to treat the condition.Thank you so much to anyone who can donate anything. I will be thinking of you on the roads and treadmills for the next 12 months.Kieran
Our dear friend Tirtha Poudel has asked us to help organize the funding for a project focusing on vocational training in Nepal and we are more than happy to help. Our aim is to raise £5,200, to pay for twenty young Tharu men and women (a low caste, poor indigenous ethnic group) to receive vocational training over a three month period. The training in the Bardia region will cover building, plumbing, electrics, carpentry and vegetable farming. 100% of the money raised will be used in the training and eventually the project will be expanded to fund 100 young people. So, we need your help to raise this money. Any amount would be hugely appreciated and all contributions will go directly to the people where it's so desperately needed. Employment Issues in Nepal. Nepal is one of the world’s poorest countries. A high proportion of young people struggle to find work in Nepal and if they do their wages are so low because they don’t have the necessary skills. Every day between 1000 and 1500 young people from Nepal travel overseas to work in the Gulf. Many are unskilled workers and receive very low pay, living in poor conditions. Vocational training in Nepal is vital for young people however they often don’t have the resources to fund it. Many young Tharu people have never had the opportunity to have an education or gain necessary vocational skills. The aim of this project is to provide 20 young men and women (eventually expanded to 100 participants) with basic vocational training in building, plumbing, electrics, carpentry and vegetable farming over a three month period. Participants will be selected from various villages in the Bardia region and at least 10 villages will be covered. Training will be focused on those young people who have had to drop out of school due to financial problems. The cost of training will be £260 per person for three months. This includes the training equipment, protective clothing, stationary, trainers’ fees and the rent for the training venue. Once participants have received their training, they should be able to find work as skilled labour in their respective areas and will be less likely to need to travel overseas to find work. For those who do want to travel abroad they will also find themselves in a better position to receive higher wages. Tirtha is working with a number of local and reliable Non-Governmental Organisations: * Partnership for Sustainable Development (PSD) will assist with the financial administration and monitoring on a voluntary basis; * Local community groups will also support the project * Local cooperatives will provide soft loans for participants on completion of the project to help buy necessary equipment for their professional work All the money we raise will go towards the vocational training project. Our Connection with Nepal Twenty years ago I travelled to Nepal as a gap year student to participate as a volunteer for an environmental charity. Fellow friends in this group have also volunteered in Nepal over the past 15 years. My experience of the country, the mountains, the culture and above all it's wonderful, open and honest people has remained with me ever since. I witnessed at first hand, the impact that direct funding had on providing remote communities with not only resources to build their own facilities, whether it be deep water wells, pit latrines or smokeless stoves but also training in vocational skills for the future. This is why we are asking for a pledge from you. I’ve decided to head to Nepal again next year to monitor the progress of the project and prior to this I want to help by raising money for a grass roots vocational training project. I know 100% of the money raised will go to the project. What we’d like you all to do is PLEDGE & SHARE this request for help. SHARE it with your friends, your family, your colleagues, and your neighbours, anyone who might be willing to donate so that 20 people, a world away, can start learning a trade and vocation for life.PL
Who are we? The 1000 Village Project campaign is in partnership with the French NGO Solidarite Sans Frontiere (Solidarity Without Borders) and aims to rehabilitate Rohingya refugees in Malaysia fleeing from persecution. The Rohingya people are often said to be amongst the worlds most persecuted minority, comprising of up to 100,000 of all Malaysian refugees. Having being denied Burmese citizenship under the 1982 Citizenship Law in Myanmar, the Rohingya people are left stateless and lost for identity. However, their challenge does not end there. Despite escaping immediate genocide, living in fear remains a constant reality for the Rohingya people, and the threat of losing their livelihoods continues to resonate. In Malaysia today, these refugees are refused the right to an education, are not allowed to work legally and are often the targets of vicious organ harvesting attacks. They are left helpless with no one to care or listen. What we do: The 1000 Village Project aims to provide a sustainable future for refugees fleeing persecution to Malaysia, and is currently developing a detailed strategy to create a permaculture which will conquer the cycle of persecution and dependence, presenting the opportunity for self-sufficiency. Despite being provided refugee cards by the United Nations High Comission for Refugees (UNHCR), the Rohingya people are forbidden by law to work and are denied their personal autonomy. Without the ability to work, these refugees cannot break out from persecution and reinstate a sense of independence. Our Solution In addressing the issue, our Project will focus directly on affording these refugees the opportunity to live self-sufficiently, in a way in which they can grow their own crops, build infrastructure for the village and actively participate at school to learn life skills. We will immediately buy land and provide the refugees with basic living necessities, before gathering with volunteers from all around the world to build a village of ten houses to accommodate the Rohingya peoples. We are inspired to expand our vision, building subsequent villages systematically to mitigate the current situation and cease such societal inequities. The permastructure will also include sustainable solutions such as waste management, energy production, rainwater harvesting, and vernacular concepts that take into consideration the refugees' culture, religion and tradition. THE STORY OF ABDULLAH One of the refugees who I have tried to help, and whom I have spent a lot of time with passed away a few weeks ago. I wish to build a first village for the maximum number of families before the end of the year as a tribute to his memory. Abdullah was 20 years old in 2014 when the Myanmar army raided his village. His parents told him to flee with his two siblings - a younger brother and sister .His brother was shot by the military that same day. Abdullah fled in the jungle with his sister who died after a few days from starvation.Abdullah had to leave his sister's body in the jungle and continue walking. His parents asked him to go to the harbor and find smugglers to go to malaysia .After reaching the harbor and finding the smugglers, he realized that he didn’t have enough money to have a place in a boat.Desperate, he decide to use the most common, cheapest way to escape; another kind of boat where peope can board with a third class ticket.This means that he got on a boat which stored fish. Under the fish, they smuggled drugs. Under the drugs, they smuggled people. For 4 months, Abdullah rode on this crowded boat. There was a very limited supply of clean water and food. After over one hundred days on this boat, they reached South Kuala Lumpur.After this long journey and few weeks on this promised land, he was arrested by immigration , put in jail for 2 years. In jail he was abused in countless ways. He was beaten up, had cigarettes extinguished on his skin, and more.Once he was finally out , he started his process with the UNHCR
'Alive but mom's house is gone.' This was the text message of our friend Martijn that reached us just a few hours after the aftermath of hurricane Irma. This class 5 hurricane hit Sint Maarten and surrounding Caribbean islands directly on Wednesday September 6 2017 leaving the islands destroyed. Our dear friend "Martijn and his mother have lost their wooden house and all of their belongings. Throughout the hurricane, Martijn and his mom spent a night and day seeking shelter inside their basement while their house was falling apart on top of them. We wish to crowdfund €10.000 to help them start rebuilding their home and life on Sint Maarten again. The money we raise here will go to finding a temporary living solution for the coming months. After this, they can start buying basic material to build a new house and buy basic furniture. We would appreciate your support. You can give however much you want. All the payments are secure. Best wishes,Martijn's friends
Welcome to the Oadby Watch money pot.First of all, we'd like to thank everyone for joining and participating in our fast-growing community. Your participation contributes to the efforts in keeping our community safe and reduce crime by keeping everyone informed of what's going on in the area. As a community, our key objectives are, * To reduce crime - by improving security, increasing vigilance, creating and maintaining a caring community, reducing opportunities for crime and increasing crime prevention awareness.* To assist the Police in detecting crime - by promoting effective communication and the prompt reporting of suspicious and criminal activity.* To reduce the fear of crime - by providing accurate information about risks, and by promoting a sense of security and community spirit, particularly amongst those most at risk.* To improve police/community liaison - by providing effective means to notify co-ordinators and key contacts of local crime trends, and by members advising the police of incidents when they occur.In the past month, we have, * Increased Police and Community collaboration* Committed to the safety and security of the area by performing regular patrols* Created a forum (Telegram Messenger) for easy communication to help everyone* Set up an intelligence database to record suspicious activities and reports to 101* Purchased Neighbourhood Watch signs and attached them to 25 locations around the area* Purchased Hi-Vis jackets for residents on patrolTo further bolster the tremendous efforts, we are now requesting an investment to fund the following equipment, * Neighbourhood Watch signs - already attached to lamposts around the area* High-visibility jackets - used by residents on patrol* Custom metal Oadby Watch signs - a visual deterrent to anyone seeking to commit crime in the areaPlease take a look at the updates below for a breakdown of the donations and spend to date, CLICK TO VIEW RECEIPTS HERE Thank you, Oadby Watch Admin Group
Icarus dance company is in need of your support! Follow our story on Icarus by Natalia Skarpeta on Fb and help us by sharing our journey and contributing! Every little helps!To follow our journey :https://www.facebook.com/natskar/To find out more: https://nat-skar.wixsite.com/nataliaskarpeta "One day your life will flash in front of your eyes. Make sure it's worth watching." The newly founded Dance group Icarus is working on the new project "Alive" : an innovative project dedicated to the "dance for social change" movement. I (as the choreographer) am personally invested in activism and my work is my way into taking a small step to change this world and our society for the better. Every project is supporting a special cause, issues that need to be faced or charity. ALIVE is in support of the homeless, so part of the funds that we will raise will go to the national charity Crisis.uk in hope to change some people's lives. So if you are in need of some good karma help us to help the world! The team is consisted of professional dancers, versatile and with strong technique. We are very passionate about what we do and we strive for excellence so with your support we will be sure to deliver! Your funds will go to studio space, dancer's pay (for rehearsals and performance), customes/props and theatre hire, so technically you will become our producers! And you are sure to get VIP seats on opening day which is soon to be confirmed! “Alive” is built around the journey of self-discovery and the inner search for what really matters in life in order to be truly alive. The dancers will embody and express all the barriers (physical and emotional) that prevent people from living their lives whether by getting into a primitive state or by facing their truths and breaking stereotypes and society's standards. You only live once, so make sure you LIVE IT! Using contact, Laban’s movement analysis and improvisation techniques Icarus company will explore and build movement which will utilize the dancers’ skills to the maximum. The role of an artist is to speak a universal language, which everyone at every corner of the world understands and connects to. I am passionate about activism through dance because people most of the time forget their power and they are too scared or too comfortable to stand up and have their voice heard. There is nothing to lose but there is everything to lose if you are not active and aware. You have to look into the future and think- how do you want the future to be instead of waiting to be told what is going to happen. Environment, social media, wars, irresponsible governments, diversity, humanity, culture...it's time to shape our own future. For the amount of £5 ( the price of your tall starbucks coffee!) you can help us bring our show to life and give a group of passionate young dancers the opportunity to work on something we have worked our whole lives really hard for. Your funds will cover the cost of our rehearsals and show: studio: £1,110- £1,500dancers ( pay- rehearsals and show): £ 2,130theather: £ 500props: £ 50costumes: £600video/projections: £200extras ( technicians, dress rehearsal, lights, etc) : £1,000marketing, tickets, posters, flyers, emergency costs, etc: £ 1,000Total: £ 6,980All donators will be publicized on our official page and on the flyer.Donations of £200 and over: You will get exclusive access to our rehearsals before the release date, so you get to experience the magic before anyone else! 5 Highest donors will get free Vip tickets on our debut night! Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!
Bienvenue dans cette cagnotte!Sil vous plait aidez moi à aider 5 femmes indiennes d'un bidon ville de Pune à monter leur propre confection d'uniformes d'écoles indiennes. Depuis Février 2017, au sein de l'organisation DEEP GRIHA SOCIETY, une ONG indienne de Pune, j'ai appris à 5 femmes à coudre ces uniformes d'enfants. Aujourd'hui ces femmes continuent à s'entrainer avec des tissus de récuperation et de vieilles machines à pied. Elles se sont engagées à continuer à travaill ensemble dans le but de créer leurs propres ressources économiques au sein de leur bidon ville très pauvre oū elles habitent. Le departement IGP de Deep Griha s'est engagé à les former et les soutenir dans l'organisation, le lancement de la production et l'obtention de la qualitè professionnelle requise. Mais Deep Griha n'a aucun budget pour ce nouveau projet . C'est pourquoi, Ces 5 femmes , courageuses et persévérentes ont besoin de votre aide pour honorer leur première commande qui habillera les enfants pauvres parrainés et ceux de l'école en milieu rural de Deep Griha Academy. Les besoins financiers sont pour :* l'aménagement de la salle du centre de Deep Griha dans le bidon ville de Bibvewadi : conformité électrique, placards de protection, fenêtres* l'Achat des machines à coudre, table de coupe, fer et table à repasser, accessoires de confection...* l'Achat des fournitures nécessaires pour produire les uniformes: tissus, mercerie, matériels...Chaque donation compte! Par exemple le budget des 3 premières machines nécessaires est 532 euros, mais savez vous qu'avec 2 euros , on peut acheter le tissu nécessaire pour confectionner une chemise de garcon? alors cliquez pour faire une donation!donnez ce que vous voulez et soyez rassuré, le paiement est sécurisé du fond du coeur je vous remercieau nom de ces femmes admirables , soyez béniPascale firstname.lastname@example.org : 0033638332823 Welcome to this money pot !Please HELP me to help 5 underprivileded indian women to set up their own SCHOOL UNIFORMS TAILORING business! From February 2017, Within DEEP GRIHA SOCIETY NGO, I have taught them how to stitch children uniforms , Today they are practicing with rubbish fabrics and non-electrical old machines . They are committed to continue to work together in order to create a sustainable livelihood in their very poor slum community. DGS Income Generation Program is committed to train and support them in organizing and professinal quality production launching. Deep Griha has no fund for this brand new IGP project, so These courageous women need your help for delivering their first order that will benefit DEEP GRIHA SCHOOL sponsored and rural poor CHILDREN. Financial needs are for :THE SPACE REMODEL : In Deep Griha BIBVEWADI SLUM CENTER : electricity wiring, cabinets and windowsTHE MACHINES : semi-professional sewing and overlock machines, cutting table, ironing table, ironCUTTING AND STITCHING ACCESSORIES : Scissors, needles, bobines,pins...THE UNIFORM SUPPLIES : Fabrics, canevas paper, threads, dry goods... Every gift is welcome , for example, the first machines needed cotation is 532 euros but do you know that with 2 euros they can buy the fabric for one shirt ? so Click to make a contribution and * Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you so much ,for these lovely women, Be blessed,Pascalepascaledeforge@live.com whatsapp : 0033638332823
Bradford Refugee New Beginnings Bumps and Babies Group is a weekly group for refugee and asylum seeking mothers facilitated by a group of volunteers with backgrounds in midwifery, doula work and breastfeeding peer support. Refugees and asylum seekers are people who are outside their own country and have a well-founded fear of persecution due to their race, religion, nationality, social group or political opinion, and are unable or unwilling to return. During pregnancy, birth and early motherhood refugee and asylum seeking women can feel particularly isolated and vulnerable. The aims of this group are to create * a safe and welcoming space to meet other mothers* explore cultural wisdom alongside access to evidence-based research* empower women to feel confident in their own journey of pregnancy, birth and feeding their baby We have been running for nearly a year now and have grown enormously. We need money to pay for * bus tickets to ensure mothers can afford to access our group* trips* resources and activities
Welcome to James' WishJames' story.On the 5th July 2016, our precious little boy James William Sessnon was born prematurely at 29 weeks. James was a miracle, he fought against all the odds just to be born. When 20 weeks pregnant an routine scan shown there was a problem, what we didn’t realise at that time is that what had started as an enjoyable pregnancy was to become a race against time and the odds just to say hello to our little boy. The Sonographer had picked up the fact that James didn’t appear to be growing, and there appeared to be very little fluid in the amniotic sac, we were immediately referred to see a Fetal Medicine Specialist Consultant. After a further scan the most likely cause we were given was Triploidy, a condition in which a child has three full set of chromosomes, and is fatal.We were given the option of a termination or an amniocentesis, we weren’t ready to say goodbye. After an arduous wait of seven days we got the results of the test, and the good news was genetically, he was fine. Our boy had a chance. What James was diagnosed with was a severe case of IUGR - Inter Uterine Growth Restriction - which was caused by placental insufficiency. With this condition the placenta could fail at any time and at such time James would have to be born, whether we were ready or not.We were at this stage offered a place on a medical trial which was aimed at lengthening the gestation period as much as possible, allowing James to grow and give him the best chance at survival, we didn’t need convincing, our Son was going to be born. The trial was funded by a neonatal research charity called ‘Tommy’s’, without them we are certain James would have died in utero. With the trial came scans every two days, these were needed as the placenta had a 48 hour period of dying, we were relying on the knowledge of strangers to tell us when the best chance of survival would come, thankfully these strangers became friends. Sunday 3rd July became that day, we went to the scan as always, hopeful and cheerful, and quite quickly we were told, now was the time. We had to go home, get our things together and arrive at St. Mary’s the next day, Marie had to undergo a number of medical procedures to aid with the best possible chance of James survival, Tuesday was going to be an emotional day.James didn’t want to wait to long, and at 10:45am he was born via emergency C section and weighing a tiny 1lb 2oz, he was taken to the NICU - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - at St. Mary’s, this is truly an amazing place, an emotional place where heroes work tirelessly 24 hours a day to look after people they have never met, and to try and make happily ever afters. Meeting him for the first time gave us a sight of true courage and strength, in an incubator surrounded by flashing lights, sounds and machines was our son, James. The sight of just how small he was, was something not many were prepared for, we knew then, this was going to be an emotional roller coaster, a rocky road where we would truly need each other, our families and again the help of strangers. Our first meeting with James doctor was full of ups and downs, he was happy with his breathing and the inflation of his tiny lungs, and was also happy that he was trying to move around. But he wasn’t so happy at the amount of blood they were having to give James, it had to be going somewhere. We found out it was a bleed on his brain. Nothing can prepare you for this news, the news that the already extremely hard fight was now made all the more difficult. We were made aware that should James pull through, and the doctors always made it clear ‘should’ being the big word, that he would suffer some forms of physical and mental difficulties, these we can deal with, we can prepare for, no parent can prepare for the imminent loss of their child. Sunday 10th was a sunny afternoon, and an afternoon full of happiness, we had James christened. Our Uncle Brian led the service, he is a minister, and the doctors and
Welcome to this money pot !My Name is Suella I have strived to create a haven for unwanted animals, along with the dedication of my boys. We at Big Reds would be nothing without Jon (one of my boys). without Jon, Big Reds wouldn't function he does it all all the care the clean up the sickness the walking the popper scooping 🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶💩💩💩💩💩💩💩💩 along with Jed and Jorge. The fixing the building the crying the puppies the kittens the bottle feeds the lose the stress the happiness the escapes the chase the picking up the pieces of a very disturbed animal the knowing that a cat wants to go home to where she has lived all her life after he has made her better. WOW it's been a long hard year. We have lost 5 of our sponsors very sad but it's the way of the world things change that's why we are here for the animals always we can't give up or what would happen? So this is a little plea for donations or new sponsors please every euro and pound really helps trust me. We had a lovely man empty his PayPal of 3€ into our account then apologize for the small amount😱 Never ever apologize for giving I assured him every cent counts, so please people share away. Thank you to all our sponsors that are sticking with us we love you.Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!
Plus d'un demi-million de réfugiés Rohingyas ont quitté leur pays, la Birmanie, fuyant ce que l'ONU qualifie aujourd'hui d'épuration éthnique perpétrée par l'armée et le gouvernement Birman. Ils sont regoupés actuellement dans des camps dans le sud du Bangladesh dans des conditions précaires. De nombreux organismes travaillent jours et nuits pour répondre a leurs besoins les plus fondamentaux ; se nourrir et se soigner. La communauté Française du Bangladesh, dont nous faisons parti, se sent concernée par les événements terribles atteignant la population Rohingya et voudrait apporter son soutien aux organisations en place. Un groupe de volontaires s'est rendu sur place du 29 Septembre au 1er Octobre afin de distribuer les premières rations de nourriture achetées grâce aux dons de la communauté d'expatriés du Bangladesh. Nous lançons cette cagnotte pour que nos amis, familles, collègues et connaissances puissent participer. Cet appel aux dons servira à financer les prochaines distributions de nourriture et de médicaments que nous ferons sur le terrain. Pour suivre ces actions sur le terrain et vos contributions nous avons créé une page Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HelpRohingyas/ 10€ représente 22kg de riz soit 132 repas. (Le prix d'un kilo de riz est 0,45€). -- ENGLISH --This weekend, the UN announced that more than 500,000 Rohingya refugees have now arrived in Bangladesh. The situation is set to continue until a solution is reached by the international community. A team of 9 people went to the Southern part of Bangladesh to assess the situation, and to volunteer help with a Turkish organisation, TIKA. We visited the Balukhali Camp, which was established in February. It stretches as far as the eye can see, and officially has welcomed over 24,000 people. Roughly 1000 refugees arrive every day. At the moment, the camp is quite well organised, largely thanks to the help of the Bangladeshi army who are present in the camp. Organisations rotate in providing medical care, basic necessities, food and toys. Men, women and children wait hours to receive this assistance. The French community of Bangladesh wants to continue to help. Winter is coming, and the needs of these refugees will be even greater. We have set up a donations link to enable our families, friends and colleagues to participate. This fundraising appeal will be used to buy food and medicines that we will distribute directly among the Rohingya community. To follow our actions on field and your contributions you created a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HelpRohingyas/ 10€ represent 22kg of rice which means 132 meals. (The price of 1kg of rice is 0,45€). "We make a living by what we get,But we make a life by what we give"Winston Churchill
Chers tous,Vous le savez nous vivons une catastrophe a Saint Martin digne du tsunami de 2004.L'ile est dévastée et les gens ont tout perdu.Aujourd'hui selon nos dernieres informations la population se bat pour survivre. Démunis de tout, certains sont contraints de piller des maisons abandonnées pour trouver des vivres, enfin d'autres profitent de la situation pour commettre des exactions.Au milieu de tout cela Joelle Tony Alexia et Sasha resistent comme ils le peuvent.Sidérés, desemparés, contraints de monter la garde pour proteger leur intégrité physique et le peu qu'il leur reste, ils ont recueilli chez eux ceux dont l'habitat a été détruit.Ils devront faire face à des lendemains difficiles. A vous qui les connaissez, les aimez, avez partagé des moments avec eux, nous sollicitons votre aide.Aussi infime soit-elle elle sera immense au regard de ce qu'ils ont à reconstruire.Nous savons que nous pouvons compter sur vous.il n'y a pas de petits dons il 'y a que de grands gestes. Merci a vous Dear friends and family You know we are living a catastrophe in Saint Maarten worthy of the tsunami of 2004.The island is devastated and people have lost everything.Today, according to our latest information, people are fighting to survive but also for their physical integrity.it appears that some are taking advantage of the situation to commit abuses.Litterally drowning into this, Joelle Tony Alexia and Sasha are still resisting as they can. Bewildered, despairing, forced to mount the guard to protect the little that remains to them, they have gathered at their homes those whose homes have been destroyed. No doubt that they will soon face a desparate situation .To you who know them, love them, have shared moments with them, with us, I do solicit your help. As tiny as it is, it will be immense in terms of what has to be rebuilt. I know I can count on you. there are no small gifts there are only great souls.Thank you David Dickens Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!
Welcome to this money pot !UGANDA PIONEERS’ ASSOCIATION PROJECT TITLEImproving water supply at Uganda Pioneers’ Association Volunteers’ Guesthouse at Nansana, Wakiso District, Uganda. ABOUT THE ORGANIZATIONUganda Pioneers Association (UPA) is humbly seeking cordial support for raising 2000€ for improvement of water supply at the volunteers’ guesthouse in Nansana, ochieng zone, Wakiso district, Uganda. This organization is a youth voluntary non-governmental organization registered with the national NGO-Bureau. Since 1989, UPA has continued to offer the youth with the opportunity to contribute to community development through voluntary work which is realized through workcamps and international volunteer exchanges.With the motto “Together we shape the future”, UPA believes that involving youth can make a difference in the development of the local communities, enrich them with new skills for self-reliance and creating mutual understanding and intercultural learning. CHALLENGESUPA guesthouse is the home for international volunteers from where they live as they serve on the various community projects for weeks, months or even a year. The guesthouse has been existence since 1990’s. Due to the increasing number of international volunteers at this facility, the water supply cannot meet their demands hence the plan to overhaul the water supply system at the guesthouse by installing new water reservoirs for consistent and efficient water supply at the guesthouse for the good of the volunteers. Currently, the guesthouse accommodates a maximum of 30 volunteers and are faced with a problem of unreliable water supply from the public service provider. With the current water inadequacy, volunteers cannot have enough water for cooking, shower, laundry and general cleaning at the guesthouse and such a condition makes volunteers unhealthy.picture: a recent tank for 30 volunteers. SOLUTIONUPA has planned to acquire two new water tanks with a capacity of 4000 litters which are 500€. 550€ for tank stand. 450€ for Materials and 500€ for labor. Total is 2000€ for upgrading water system at the volunteers’ guesthouse. Once getting enough funding, if UPA is supported to get this money, work shall commence in end of December 2017. LONG-TERM IMPACTWith the successful completion of this project, we believe that the volunteers shall have a better health while using the UPA guesthouse and it will increase their productivity on projects since there shall be less or no illnesses due to inadequate water. RESOURCESWebsite: http://www.ugandapioneers.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uganda.pioneers CLICK TO CONTRIBUTE* Give however much you want.* All payments are secure.Helping our volunteers is linked to helping our community.We would appriciate your kindly supporting. Thank you for your cooperation!!
Dear all, Many thanks for participating in the Silent Auction on 13th December 2017. Congratulations on being the highest bidder! Please transfer the amount via this link. Once the money is received, we will ship the item to you or let the sponsor so they can arrange the next steps (schedule lunch, holiday weekend, etc) Thank you and kind regards, Renate
In Memory of Amra KhanProphet Muhammad ﷺ said: “The best charity is giving water to drink” and he was the most generous in giving charity. (as narrated in Ahmad) Water well project in memory of our beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother, Amra who passed away after completing her Hajj this year. May Allah have mercy on her soul and take her to Jannah without hisaab. Ameen Ya Rabbul Alameen. Our aim is In shaa Allah to raise £7,000 for two water projects. One is to build a tube well which would benefit a poor village in Kotli, Azad Kashmir and the other is to build a well in Zanzibar in Africa where there is need. For anyone wishing to make a bank transfers please make payment to;Sort Code: 20-27-05Account No: 30704555 For cash donations please contact a family member or send us a message. Please also pray for the success of both of these projects. For further information you can contact any of the family members or email us on email@example.com. Insha allah we will be keeping you updated with details of the projects and eventually videos and pictures. Any amount donated can make a difference so please forward to your contacts.Jazakallah Khairun
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 nouveau 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 aux normes roumaines 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 1,5 hectare :Nous avons sécurisé l'achat d'un terrain de 15 000 m2 sur une colline, loin des habitations où nos loulous seront en sécurité.La vente de ce terrain est en cours (nous attendons l'expiration du délai légal de 30 jours), elle sera suivie d'une demande de permis de construire auprès des autorités.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. @ Aménagement de la route d'accès@ Pose de hautes clôtures autour des bâtiments et portail d'entrée sécurisé@ Construction d'un refuge pour 50 chiens (22 boxes pour 1-2-3 et 8 chiens), conforme aux normes roumaines qui sera suivi de contrôles et d'autorisations divers (DSV, commission de l'environnement, etc.)@ Construction d'une salle vétérinaire aux normes avec salle de quarantaine et espace de convalescence (avec chauffage au bois)@ Construction d'un abri pour stockage du foin et autres matériaux@ Construction d'un petit habitat pour le surveillant de nuit et le personnel de jour (cabane avec utilitaires et chauffage au bois)@ Mise en place d'une station d'épuration pour les déchets@ Forage d'un puit pour l'accès à l'eau et installation d’un système d’épuration@ Achat d’un groupe électrogène et installation pour l'accès à l'électricité@ Location d’un tracteur pendant les travaux 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. L'équipe de Save & Hope
Welcome to this money pot !Résister, c’est le début de la victoire, a déclaré Adolf Pérez Esquivel. Résister ensemble c'est développer la force du dévouement à autrui, ainsi que la solidarité intellectuelle, morale et financière.En participant à cette cagnotte vous participez à: * Renforcer la détermination de la population opprimée et sa confiance en elle-même, et améliorer ses compétences pour résister ;* Fortifier les groupes sociaux indépendants et les institutions qui structurent la population opprimée ;* Créer une puissante force de résistance interneLes fonds ainsi récoltés seront utilisés de manière transparente au bénéfice principal des activistes de terrain, qui subissent quotidiennement les contrecoups de leur engagement à mener leur nation de la Dictature à la démocratie. Le périmètre initial sera limité au Gabon. Toutefois, les modalités d'utilisation, dont le champ d'application géographique, pourront être modifiés sur avis des donateurs.
Salutation la compagnie créole ! 👋🏽 Nous sommes les intraid'pides et nous participons à l'édition 2018 de l'Europ'Raid. Europ’Raid c’est le premier raid-aventure en Europe. C'est à bord de notre 205 que nous allons parcourir 10.000 km en Europe (pendant 23 jours), dans le but de distribuer 100 kg de matériel scolaire dans les écoles isolées d'Europe de l'Est. Si vous décidez de nous aider, vous aurez votre nom inscrit sur notre bolide !Promis, Juré, Craché ! 😉 Vous êtes libre de donner la somme que vous voulez. De 1€ a 99.999€ 😜 Sachez que cette participation est déductible des impôts. Nous vous enverrons une attestation pour défiscaliser vos dons si besoin 😉 A vos CB ! *Certes, cette aventure nous permettra de découvrir 20 pays d’Europe, mais elle permettra surtout à des enfants d'étudier dans de meilleures conditions ..! Merci pour eux ! Les intraid'pides (Jonathan, Juliette & Khloé) PS : les paiements sont sécurisés, n'ayez crainte
Salut les amis!Comme avant chaque hiver nous lançons notre collecte: Nos amis sans-abris sont en perpétuelle demande de duvets, de tentes et de produits d'hygiènes. Les kits que nous distribuons visent à améliorer le quotidien des personnes vivant dans des conditions précaires, ainsi que leur estime de soi et leur dignité... C’est pour cela que nous organisons une collecte pour pouvoir acheter ces produits d'hygiènes, gants, chaussettes, bonnets, echarpes, duvets, abri anti-vent et tentes dans le but d’aider un maximum de personne. Aidez nous à aider nos amis de la rue...la collecte c'est aussi :2,5 euros = un kit hygiène.2,5 euros = un kit repas.Même un euro c'est déjà une grande aide! N'hésitez pas à partager ce lien pour qu'on puisse continuer nos actions solidaires. Donnez selon vos moyens Un euro = un geste solidaire :)0% de frais de gestion --- > 100% réservée aux nécessiteux.*******************************************************************************************************Par ailleurs, des collectes sont prévues tous les mercredis:au local d’Une Goutte de Soleil : Boutique de Quartier Karman/111 rue André Karman-93300 Aubervilliers de 18h30 à 19h30(pour une question de logistique et d'organisation merci de nous envoyer un message 48h avant de venir) Le kit hygiène est composé d'un savon/gel douche/shampoing/dentifrice/ brosse à dents/ déodorant/rasoir pour les hommes & serviettes hygiéniques pour les femmes/parfums si possible & petites serviettes de bain. Pour les kits repas nous avons besoin de : petites bouteilles d'eau/jus de fruits/gâteau en sachets individuel/soupe en boîte/café/thé/chocolat/sucre/ compotes (tout ce qui ce conserve)/gobelets/touillettes (nous y ajoutons des sandwichs et fruits frais les jours de distribution(maraudes)) Nous avons besoin de toutes les bonnes volontés pour nous aider à collecter des produits.*******************************************************************************************************Quelques astuces pour collecter les kits hygiènes :Solution n° 1Sur votre lieu de travail, organisez une collecte : chaque employé emmène une brosse à dents, un tube de dentifrice et/ou un savon. Une manière de sensibiliser vos collègues à la misère qui nous entoure et de leur permettre de faire une bonne action ! Solution n°2Vous allez faire un séjour à l'hôtel ? Bon nombre des produits d'hygiène mis à disposition des clients ne sont pas utilisés à 100%. Quel dommage de les jeter... Demandez à l'hôtelier s'il peut avoir la gentillesse de vous les mettre de côté ? Solution n°3Vous n’avez pas le temps : vous pouvez effectuer un don à l’association Une Goutte de Soleil1. En effectuant une donation sur ce site sécurisé2. En envoyant un chèque à l’ordre d’Une Goutte de Soleil à l’adresse suivante :Boutique de Quartier KarmanAssociation Une Goutte de Soleil111 rue André Karman93300 Aubervilliers3. En faisant un virement sécurisé par paypal (destinataire : firstname.lastname@example.org)en cliquant ici :https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=LTZEKYJWSZSJJ Solution n°4Participez à nos soirées solidaire « Bless Paris » (humoriste/djs/live music le tout pour 5 euros reversés à nos actions solidaires!)Restez au courant sur notre page facebook : Une Goutte de Soleil Parlez-en autour de vous et aidez nos amis sans abris quand vous les croisez.Un simple sourire est déjà un grand email@example.com
PsyClean Crew needs a wind- and waterproof area!After 5 years of working in the field, endless efforts to install tarps to keep the crew dry and warm, we're now looking forward to The Dome. This star-tent will be the centre of our community, a dry and cosy space for our eco-warriors. About the projectThe PsyClean Crew is a volunteer-based initiative aiming towards more environmental awareness on open-air events. By involving "regular" festival visitors, we're inviting them to a life-changing journey. Here they face the other side of a commercial event, gain some ecological sensitivity and get the chance to work as a team fuelled by love and acceptance. It is our hope, that this knowledge is then shared with their friends – also "regular" visitors – and together we can create a critical mass of conscious and respectful festival visitors.The PsyClean Crew has worked on almost 30 festivals, involving more than 350 volunteers, who have dedicated their time and energy to stand up for the greener future, regardless of the atmospheric conditions, repeatedly and many times.Now we'd like to award their contribution with a 100% waterproof and cosy community tent. As a project we can't afford to buy The Dome without the help of You. About The DomeOur new community area will provide dry seating spots for ~80 volunteers. We'll equip it with carpets, bean-bags, shoe cases, coat hangers/dryers and a small tea/coffee station, where they can always grab a warm drink. It will be illuminated with solar-powered lights. It will be a perfect space to rest after working hard in the field. :-) Please meet The Dome!All the sides can be closed with zipped walls if needed for better wind/water protection. We've already received a price offer for The Dome from the local factory in Poland, the closest manufacturer to our location. Our crowd-funding goal represents this price offer plus the campaign costs. Click to make a contribution.* Give what you can.* All payments are secureThank you!The PsyClean Crew