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At Röhlig we are proud to contribute to charities and live our values of being truly reliable, forward thinking, eager for more. Click on this link and choose your favourite. The winning project will receive an additional donation from Röhlig on behalf of all employees.

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Isithembiso provides a place of safety for children ages 0 – 3 years old who have been abandoned, abused or neglected.
We nurture, love and help to develop their physical, emotional and cognitive abilities, while working hand-in-hand with social services to place each precious child with a foster or adoptive home or reunite them with their families.
We are able to provide a safe, healthy and loving family environment for a maximum of 6 children at any given time.

CONIN was founded by Dr. Abel Albino in the province of Mendoza, Argentina, on September 4, 1993. Albino took the model of CONIN Chile, designed by its founder Dr. Fernando Mönckeberg, who successfully managed to break the scourge of child malnutrition in that country.
CONIN seeks to  break the child malnutrition in Argentina, starting with Mendoza and then spread to the rest of Latin America and the world.

Gotita Roja is a non-profit association that supports social projects for people with limited resources. It is currently focused on supporting the Instituto Oncológico del Oriente Boliviano in the city of Santa Cruz, which serves patients from all departments of Bolivia.
The support of Gotita Roja is directed to cancer patients, both pediatric and adult, through the donation of medicines, studies and psychological support.

Aspade is a socio-labor training center for adults with cognitive disabilities, which maximizes their talents for a full integration into society, through various training programs.

 Providing support and hope to low-income children with cancer and their families so that together they can achieve a quality of life and a different vision.

At Sarah's House, our mission is to provide emergency shelter, meals, clothing and basic necessities for homeless women and their children.
Our goal is to assist in providing these families with stability, education and life-skills to regain permanent housing after experiencing a homeless crisis.
In order to do this, we support our clients efforts to find employment opportunities and achieve self-sufficiency.

Pérez Scremini is the foundation that works for the cure of childhood cancer in Uruguay. It is in charge of the Pediatric Hemato-Oncology Service of the Pereira Rossell Hospital. It employs 140 people and administrative staff who, for more than 20 years, have been working to fulfill a mission: the cure of childhood cancer, offering a comprehensive approach to the patient and his family.

The care provided, which is free of charge for the families, includes medical consultations, studies, treatments, medicines, hospitalization, transfers, food and psychosocial support. The foundation has the strong support of ASSE, but needs the invaluable support of all of society.

We won't stop until cancer does. And tomorrow, with your help, we'll continue our work. Every minute, every hour, every day, we're getting closer to a cancer free future.
Every day, we support people affected by cancer when they need it most, speak out on behalf of the community on cancer issues, empower people to reduce their cancer risk, and find new ways to better detect and treat cancer.

As a charity, we rely on generosity to continue our life-saving work. Thanks to people like you, we're making great strides towards our vision of a cancer free future.

We are a Shanghai based charity which provides corrective surgery for Chinese children from all over China with congenital heart disease (CHD) whose parents are unable to afford the surgery.  To date H2H has sponsored over 1,964 children for heart surgery. The surgeries not only saved their lives, but transformed the lives of their families.
Heart to Heart is proud of the fact that we are and always have been a 100% volunteer organization. We have no paid employees. We also have a $0 operating budget which means that 100% of donations are spent for surgeries.

We bring people together in the fight against avoidable blindness. We know we can't do it all on our own so we work with partners to evaluate the specific needs of each region, help develop a tailored plan to restore sight and put in place a long-term eye health strategy.

We educate communities about eye health, and with the help of key partners, distribute vital antibiotics to treat and prevent serious eye conditions. We provide crucial eye health information via radio broadcasts, film screenings and educational materials.

The India team has decided to do local relief work with various smaller organizations in each city, because of the challenging year India has had this was deemed a better solution than one large monetary donation.
Some cities will be able to volunteer, donate medicine, grains, etc. soon as restrictions have been lifted, whereas others will need to wait for a safer environment.

ChildFund Korea does more than you might think. Not only do we provide financial, physical, and emotional support for children with mental and physical damage, we work actively to make the world a happier place for children. We take the lead in restoring the rights that children rightfully ought to enjoy, and raising the Happy Planet Index.

Every hour of every day, extraordinary stories of courage, skill and compassion unfold at our national children’s hospital. Starship is the life-line for children all over New Zealand with more than 144,000 patient visits and appointments each year. The Starship Foundation invests your support in impact programmes designed to accelerate and deliver sustainable world-class healthcare for our children and we’re proud to share how your generosity is helping bring better health and brighter futures.

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. Inspired by our Christian values, World Vision is dedicated to working with the world's most vulnerable people.

World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender.

We offer support to adults (18-65 years) with a Non-Annexpected Brain Injury (NAH). On the one hand, the name EINDELIJK expresses the fulfillment of a lament: finally the target group of people with NAH is recognized, finally there are shelter options for people with a non-congenital brain injury, finally there is the therapeutic day center Eindelijk and the housing project 't Eigennest.
The person with NAH starts a new life after his trauma, a different life than before.

Save the Children works in Denmark and more than 120 other countries. They save children’s lives. They protect and strengthen them. They fight for their rights. They are the world’s leading independent organisation for children. They provide emergency aid and prevent disasters.

We fight violence, abuse and bullying. They ensure schooling, build communities and strengthen children’s resilience. We advocate for positive changes for vulnerable children and encourage debate on the quality of children’s lives. Save the Children Denmark is a democratic organisation of committed volunteers organised into 65 local branches. Volunteers provide children with life changing experiences at holiday camps, on outdoor trips and in local communities.

There are roughly 10 and 15% of young people between the ages of 16 and 18 droping out of school. Ultimately, if nothing is done to help them rediscover a taste for learning, many of them will have difficulty finding work and integrating into society as active, responsible citizens.

Since 2010, the Fighting School Dropout program with the Fondation de France has worked alongside the French Ministry of Education in supporting new approaches based on three pillars:

  • Involve parents and families in the educational context.

  • Use alternative teaching methods to help develop the love of learning.

  • Implement collaborative modes of organization and governance, in which decisions are made in tandem with students.

We build families for children in need, help them shape their futures and share in the development of their communities.
SOS Children's Villages envisions a world in which every child belongs to a family and grows up with love, respect and security.

PizzAut is a pizzeria run by autistic kids. It is a laboratory of social inclusion and at the same time a model that offers work, training and dignity to autistic people. In Italy there are 600,000 people with autism and none of them are involved in the world of work.

The ultimate goal is to be able to place people with autism in a project in which their abilities are realized, in which everyone can use their skills, abilities and determine their will.

WWF is the world's largest conservation organization, with over five million supporters worldwide, working in more than 100 countries and supporting around 3,000 conservation and environmental projects.

The main objectives of this company are:    

-    Act agonist deforestation
-    Offset Co2 Emissions.
-    Recover Biodiversity

They also work with big multinational companies to recover large deforested areas.
To give you some example. With a budget of € 5000 we could recover ½ acre. About 500 trees and bushes would be planted. All certified. If some do not root well, they will also replace it.

World Cancer Research Fund International is a leading authority on cancer prevention research related to diet, weight and physical activity

We are a not-for-profit organisation that leads & unifies a network of cancer prevention charities with a global reach. These charities are the American Institute for Cancer Research in the US, World Cancer Research Fund UK, Wereld Kanker Onderzoek Fonds in the Netherlands and World Cancer Research Fund Hong Kong.

Since it started in 1982, the World Cancer Research Fund network has been a pioneer in research and health information on the link between food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer.

Our dedicated team of volunteers work closely with food distributors and suppliers to reduce the impact of food waste on the environment. With the cooperation and support of our partners, The Lost Food Project rescues tons of surplus food each week and gives it to our charity partners, who in turn use this food to provide nutritious meals for Malaysia’s most vulnerable people.

Animal Lovers League (ALL) is a registered charity and home to over 500 dogs and cats, and the animals under their care consist of vagrant strays, abandoned, traumatised, abused and rescued animals. ALL is strictly no-kill.
ALL aims to encourage the public to adopt instead of buying animals, and endeavour to rejoin the animals at ALL with loving and committed families.

Yayasan Yatim Piatu Dan Fakir Miskin Panti Asuhan AT TAUBAH (Foundation for the Poor and Orphans) is an orphanage dedicated to providing 30 children a home, but only have 2 rooms available for them. With funding, the orphanage could improve the living situation for the children, afford much needed renovations to the building, and provide a more stable home for these young children.


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