Projects we support
What does breakfast have to do with good grades?
The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that 30 million people are facing acute hunger. 4 million of these are in Burkina Faso. The harvest last season totally went wrong again. It is painfully clear. Our children and young people in Nakamtenga who come to school have not eaten in the morning. For many of them, the last meal was what they received at school the day before. Food prices double again and again. So we need extra support so that we can expand the school meal meal for the rest of the semester and give all children from preschool up to high school a cup of gruel as breakfast every morning, as well as lunch for the high school students who do not usually eat at school, so they all have power to complete the semester well. Breakfast per student: SEK 1.65 x45 days left in the semester + mug 1.50 = SEK 76 / student (450 children) Lunch per youth high school: SEK 4.70 x45 days left in the semester = SEK 211 / student (75) If we get more money than this, we hope to be able to continue with children's meals during the summer months, before the families get a harvest again. Not being able to give their children food in all seriousness causes them to cut their breasts. So even though we want to focus on the long-term work with solutions, these things happen close by. It will be a vicious circle. We have young people who have worked extra on weekends and holidays for their future dreams of higher education, and dream of a different future than the uncertain life their parents have. Now they have to take all their savings to ensure that the extended family has basic food to survive until the next harvest - in October or November. We try to work long-term, create a resilient society. Read more about this on our website: https://www.yennengaprogress.se/news/experimentfarmen. But it is a slow work to build a soil improvement system, and we can not influence the rains. So urgent efforts are needed
Security for children in war-torn Ukraine
Photo: Katerina Ilievska Hundreds of thousands of children are affected by the conflict in Ukraine Russia's invasion of Ukraine will have enormous consequences - especially for children. SOS Children's Villages has been active in Ukraine since before the outbreak of the conflict in the eastern parts in 2014. In 2003, the family-strengthening program was started, and in 2010 the first children's village was opened in Brovary, in the Kyiv region. Work in the Luhansk region in the eastern parts began in 2012, and since 2014, SOS Children's Villages has supported children and families on both sides of the contact line. SOS Children's Villages works to ensure that children grow up in safety. They support children and families in crisis-stricken areas, strengthen families so that parents are not forced to give up their children - and are there with family-like care for children who have lost their parents or for various reasons can not stay with their family. Together we can ensure that no child grows up alone. That they instead grow up with close relationships so that they can become their strongest selves.
I love Venezuela Sweden
Support local healthcare in Venezuela
In this project, the money goes to the local health clinic La Milagrosa. The clinic provides qualitative care to more than 10,000 people, mainly indigenous Eñepá in the remote region of Maniapure in the state of Bolivar. Both experienced doctors and medical students from the capital Caracas travel to the facility called "Centro la Milagrosa". I Love Venezuela Sweden collaborates with the local organization Asociación de Damas Salesianas. ADS is a non-profit association that was started in Venezuela and has been active for more than 50 years. ADS is also found in other countries, on three continents, and has over 3000 volunteers. The organization coordinates work in health and education in the form of preschool and school activities for children between the ages of 0-18 years and health clinics. In Venezuela, ADS operates a total of 28 facilities across the country, spread across 13 states.
Hand in Hand Sweden
Help 30 women start businesses!
The reason why people live in poverty is often that they lack a job. There are simply no jobs. We want to change that. And we believe that the solution lies in people's own power and ability. Therefore, we educate and train, mainly women and young people, in entrepreneurship. With the right knowledge and support, they can start their own small business, get an income and change their lives themselves. Each new job is estimated to support 5 people so there are many people who get a better life for each job that is created. In this project, we give the opportunity to 30 women to create new companies to be able to support themselves and their families in a sustainable way.
#METOO: Preventive education for school children in Sweden
#metoo has made the whole community open their eyes to how common sexual harassment is. At Non-Violence, we know that prevention is the only thing that creates real change. Now you need your help to provide today's young people, and tomorrow's decision makers, with our award - winning training in self - esteem and conflict management to prevent and stop harassment. For only SEK 50, we can educate a student, for SEK 25,000 an entire school. At the individual level, harassment is often about a lack of self-esteem and self-awareness. At the structural level, harassment is counteracted with conflict management. The basic recipe is respect for fellow human beings and an understanding of how one's own actions affect others. The Non-Violence Project has long trained young people in self-esteem and conflict management to prevent all forms of harassment and violence. Now we need your help to contribute to education in schools around Sweden and thus invest in a better future for all of us. Our goal: A safer generation Non-Violence wants to ensure that future generations have better self-esteem, better ability to handle conflicts and greater understanding of other fellow human beings. In the light of #metoo, insights are more important than ever. Our goal is to educate 50,000 students around the country. The methods on which the education is based have been developed for more than 25 years and consist of specific exercises in which children in schools or sports associations learn to handle the problems themselves without resorting to violence. Previous experience in Sweden shows that our educations in schools not only have an anti-violence effect but that they also increase concentration. In some cases, we have received feedback that the average grades increase among the students who take part in the education. Objective: 50,000 students aged 10–20 in Sweden Non-Violence training is conducted with the help of certified Master Trainers and the teachers / sports leaders. The program is a combination of lectures, group exercises, creative projects and reflection exercises. Your contribution! Every krona is counted for Non-Violence to be able to complete the training. For only SEK 50, we can educate a student, for SEK 25,000 an entire school. To reach our overall goal of 50,000 students, we need SEK 2.5 million. 1 student = 50 kronor 1 school = SEK 25,000 50,000 students = 2.5 million kroner
More junior girls for the squash, support SSK's girls' venture!
Now we take the next step in our junior girl venture! We have made progress in 2021. SSK's junior business is growing so fast. 30 new children. It is gratifying that 6 new junior girls have started training regularly with us, which is great fun. Another 12 junior girls have tried squash. Thank you for all the support from members, sponsors and leaders !!! We need your support to achieve our goal of 2022 15 girls will try squash 8 new girls who regularly participate in SSK's junior training 2 girls try to compete in squash Recruit another girl leader New junior group for girls in progress! In January, we start a girl group on Sundays. Our fantastic leader Saga becomes coach. We hope for at least 6 participants. For this, we need a total of SEK 18,600 to cover track rent and management fees. Fees from parents cover 60% of the cost (SEK 10,800). The remaining part needs to be covered with grants and sponsorship. Are you one of those who want to support us? Swisha then submit your contribution via this collection. An invoice or bank card also works. We are grateful for all the contributions we can receive.
Cozy and Tareq's collection
Being bullied leaves traces for life. - Tareq Taylor Starting school should mean expectations, curiosity and community. But for 60,000 children around the country, school starts with a lump in the stomach. We want to erase the figure with the vulnerable children together with Friends. Join the fight against bullying and support the Tareqs, Mys and Friends fundraiser.
The Fisheries Secretariat
Help us save fish species
Many fish species are threatened in the Baltic Sea. This is something we want to change. Our goal is well managed seas with rich biodiversity and thriving fish stocks to secure healthy and local seafood to consumers and a sustainable fishing sector. Did you know that that the European eel population (Anguilla anguilla) has declined dramatically since the 1970s. In less than 50 years, it has gone from one of our largest, most widespread fishery resources to a critically endangered species. With millions of glass eels still arriving at the European coast line, it is perhaps hard to imagine that it is threatened, but its distribution has shrunk and the population is down to somewhere around 1–10 % of earlier levels. Changes in marine environments, damage to habitats, pollution, parasites, overfishing and a substantial illegal trade, as well as hydro-electric power turbines have all had a negative impact. European eel is also the focus of large-scale illegal trade, with glass eel trafficking now recognised as Europe’s greatest wildlife crime, targeted by Europol’s Operation Fame. Let us help the eel and all other fish species that are threatened in the Baltic Sea. Join us in our work for a sustainable fisheries.
Protect one hectare of rainforest
Your gift means that you are involved in protecting unique rainforest through Save Rainforest's collaborative project in Latin America. The rainforest is the most species-rich habitat in the world, and in the forests Save the Rainforest works with, there are animals and plants that are not found anywhere else on Earth. By contributing to our work, you help to preserve unique nature for the future, while making a contribution to the world's climate. Preserving these forests is one of the most effective things we can do to combat climate change. The forests bind carbon which, if harvested, leaks into the atmosphere and contributes to the rapidly increasing content of carbon dioxide. The target of SEK 10,000 corresponds to the approximate cost of purchasing, protecting and administering one hectare of square meters of rainforest. Read more about our projects in Ecuador, Colombia and Honduras at www.raddaregnskog.se
Buy Support Tickets - Support Nacka Hockey
If everything had been as usual, all Nacka HK's teams would have played matches now. But now not everything is as usual, the audience is not there and the café is closed. Necessary income is not forthcoming, which means a major financial challenge for the entire Nacka Hockey. A challenge where you have the opportunity to make a big difference by supporting our association. To meet this challenge, we have started this ticket campaign! We hope that you who can and want to join buy support tickets for the benefit of Nacka Hockey and thereby show your support from home. Click "Give Now!" button and select your contribution: SEK 100 = 1 support ticket SEK 200 = 2 support tickets SEK 500 = 5 support tickets You can also choose another number of support tickets for any amount (SEK 100 / ticket). Thank you very much for your commitment! Feel free to help spread this Ticket Promotion via the "Share" button next to it!
Buy a virtual sausage, coffee and bun - Support Nacka Hockey
Hockey fans and sports lovers, you with children in the association, wonderful visitors of Nacka Ishall and all of you who love the sausages we serve Nacka Hockey has invested a lot in the café to give you all a meeting place and experience when you visit Nacka Ishall. Now, as you all know, the café is closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, which gives a big financial break. If everything had been as usual, you would probably have bought a number of sausages, cups of coffee, buns, toast and maybe some sweets or fruit by now. We would be hugely grateful if you could donate a portion of the amount you would normally have spent in the café under normal circumstances. Support us by buying virtual sausages / cups with coffee and buns. SEK 100 = 5 virtual sausages / 5 cups with coffee and bun SEK 200 = 10 virtual sausages / 10 cups with coffee and bun SEK 500 = 25 virtual sausages / 25 cups with coffee and bun You can also support with any amount. We humbly thank you for all the support we can get. Feel free to help us spread this campaign to your loved ones via the "Share" button next to it.
More camp activities for SSK's juniors!
In the summer of 2021, SSK organized a 4-day camp for juniors. 27 children and young people from SSK, Linköping and Helsingborg participated, led and entertained by 10 fantastic leaders. It was both beginners and elite players, everyone had fun together. The camp was a success! Everyone was super happy, not only children and leaders, but also parents. The club took another step to improve our business, completely in line with our vision (see below). Why this fundraiser? It is a financial risk for SSK to arrange camps as grants are not guaranteed in advance. This creates obstacles and difficulties, which we want to mitigate with this collection. Do you want us to organize more camps for our children and young people? Support us! With this fundraiser, SSK wants to build a small "mini fund" with money earmarked for SSK's camp activities for juniors. It can be both weekend camps or holiday camps during summer, autumn, Christmas and spring. Members, relatives and companies can now support SSK's camp activities. Via this page, you can send in your financial contribution with Swish, bank card or invoice and thereby make more children happy through fun squash camps. Thank you very much for all the contributions!
Delight our children through the squash, contribute to SSK's junior fund!
SSK's junior operations are financed through fees, grants and sponsorship. Without grants and sponsorship, we would not be able to have a junior business with the rank and breadth we now have. The board and hall staff work hard every year to fill the budget deficit of SEK 100.00-120,000. Parents and elite juniors contribute by engaging non-profit and thereby reducing costs. To create a little more financial stability, SSK's Junior Fund was established in the autumn of 2021. Now you have the chance to support us! Through this fundraiser, members, individuals and companies can now contribute to SSK's Junior Fund. This activates and delights children and young people through the squash. We are extremely grateful for all contributions! What do you know about SSK's junior activities? We are growing so fast! During 2020/21, our junior business grew by over 100%. Here are a few more numbers: 60 children are activated and rejoiced through the squash every week Children and adolescents between 5-19 years, 20% girls 6 groups, 11 weekly sessions, 386 training sessions per season 1,152 45-min passes per season 20 leaders are engaged as leaders, coaches or administrators 27 children got to experience a much appreciated summer camp in 2021 Budget 2021: DKK 388,000 Income from fees: SEK 267,000
Summer Golf Charity 2021
Every year Target Aid invites clients and friends to a golf tournament celebrating our achievements during the year and in anticipation of what is to come. This is a cheerful day in the sign of happiness. However, this is also a day where we, as always, want to make a change, showing the impact of social engagement. Each year we as a company choose a cause to support, this year we support Maskrosbarn and their work to help vulnerable children in Sweden. Our aim is to raise 60 000 SEK and you are an important part to reach our goal! Please dig deep in your pockets and make your contribution here.
I love Venezuela Sweden
Christian's birthday fundraiser for Venezuela's children
For my 49:th birthday I am raising money for the charity organisation I Love Venezuela Sweden where my wife is heavily engaged. Your contribution makes a big difference and means a lot to us, no matter how much or how little you donate. All help counts.The video below is about the project that I Love Venezuela Sweden is supporting financially thanks to your donations. Thanks for your support! Message from I Love Venezuela Sweden Invest in Venezuela's future generations. With every gift you give to I Love Venezuela Sweden, you support our work to give Venezuelan children the right to a safe childhood. Help us to help further. Read more about I Love Venezuela Sweden and their projects on Target Aid or on their web page.
The chameleon girl
My name is Erika Dittmer and I am an adult dandelion child. When I was little, the children's rights organization Dandelion Children did not exist. I wish it had done so, because I am convinced that my own path to healing would have been significantly shortened if Dandelion Children had existed. My hope is that this campaign gives the children's rights organization Dandelion Children a greater opportunity to reach out to more children and young people who need support in their difficult everyday lives. Children who get sick at home with parents who feel mentally ill, have an addiction or expose them to violence. Just like I had when I was little. Many people think that they are alone in having a hard time at home. But they are not. And that is one of the reasons why Dandelion Children's work is so important: the more visible they become, the more children and young people they can help. Because no one should have to be alone. There is help. There is support. Because we are many who grew up in the toughest of environments and still found the strength to grow. To bloom. Therefore, I hope you want to support my campaign whose collected goal of 10,000 SEK goes in full to Dandelion Children's extremely important work. My autobiographical book "The Chameleon Girl" will be launched on June 10, 2021 at the Playhouse Theater in Stockholm. If you want to know more about the book, or about the launch, go to www.erikadittmer.com/kameleontflickan
Better equipment for streaming elite squash matches!
We want to stream more elite squash matches and for that we need better equipment! Better microphone, better camera and a tripod. If you want to be able to watch Swedish live squash at an elite level during April 2021, we need your help! What is Game Time? During the month of February, we streamed elite squash matches with some of the country's best players every Tuesday at Östsvenska Squashförbundet - We called the broadcasts Game Time. The broadcasts were very successful and have received great engagement on social media. 4 matches were streamed and in total the broadcasts have reached over 20,000 people. In April, we plan to hold an 2nd edition of Game Time, an even better and even more fun version - where the 7-time Swedish Championship gold medalist Christian Drakenberg will participate. To be able to do that, we need better film equipment, prize money for the players and microphones for better sound recording and live commentator during the matches! Now we need your help and all the support we can get! Is your company interested in being exposed to over 5,000 people per shipment? Then help and sponsor one or more of the competitions! We offer the opportunity for invoicing. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information! We offer the following sponsorship packages: Exposure in all of our social channels and website during all the week's posts, advertising space during the broadcast and presented as the partner of the week, tagged as a partner in social media. Gold sponsor - SEK 10,000, all competitions Silver sponsor - SEK 7,000, 2 competitions Bronze sponsor - SEK 4,000, 1 part competition
För Svensk Squash Framåt
Social innovation for a stronger breadth and new future talents
What is Squashaddict? A good mix of societal benefits and project content where the squash becomes meaningful in addition to the game itself opens up opportunities for a strong and broad recruitment campaign. A "hub" for games, training, study where diversity, equality, tolerance and personal development are the common thread. The purpose is to start a project to develop collaboration with municipalities, schools, youth leaders / coaches, hall owners and associations to create "youth hubs" for young people between 10-19 years for games, training and personal development activities such as mentoring, counseling and study. for studies or vocational training. We will work in four steps over the next three years: Start a pilot project with a municipality to create in practice "the attractive end product". Start up two more municipalities during the first year and about 18 schools. New collaborations with another six municipalities and a total of about 60 schools. Continue development and collaborate with a total of 15 municipalities and> 100 schools. At the same time, we have begun new dialogues with more and more municipalities. There are already many talented people who are committed to getting us started. They work with project development, sponsorship issues and with preparation and planning for the pilot project. This may be one of the most important projects we ever start to create a good, stronger breadth where we will hopefully also find new talent. As I said, it is an ambitious project that, once started, will be led by a steering group and further financed by sponsors, municipalities and schools. But we need your help with the start-up capital! Support us with any amount to be able to start the project! Help us and join the Squash Society's movement. This is just the beginning. With your support, we will be able to be very proactive with more initiatives to make squash Sweden more exciting! Feel free to help us spread this campaign to your loved ones via the "Share" button next to it. If you represent a company and are interested in more information, you are welcome to contact us for a telephone or web meeting.
Help us to spread the joy of movement
Special Olympics School Days are sports days for special schools where students get the chance to discover the joy of movement in a simple and fun way. Local sports associations participate during the day to reduce the step of becoming active in an association. The sports days have been arranged since 2015 and annually given thousands of children and young people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to try out sports that are in the local area. After the day, many students have moved on to a sports club. Your contribution creates the opportunity for an active lifestyle for people with intellectual disabilities and contributes to a more inclusive sports movement. The goal of SEK 20,000 corresponds to the approximate cost of arranging a School Day.
Target Aid for Movember Foundation
Target Aid and author Mikael Lindnord, are jointly launching a fundraising campaign for the benefit of Movember Foundation. Mikael Lindnord is the author of best seller ”Arthur, the dog who crossed the jungle to find a home”. The month of November is THE month for raising global awareness around the areas of prostate- and testicular cancer. During this month Target Aid has challenged Mikael Lindnord to see who can raise the most funds for the Movember Foundation. On the Target Aid platform you will be able to follow the challenge as well as make your own donations. You can also follow, in real time, how much is being raised in total. To make the challenge even more interesting Target Aid will donate 5 SEK for every moustache selfie posted on social media using the hashtag #MovemberAid. The challenge will be active all of November.
I love Venezuela Sweden
Maniapure Health Days 2021
Help us mobilize specialists for Maniapure's vulnerable community and care for more than 1,200 patients in two days! The consequences of the coronavirus pandemic in Maniapure's community can hit their indigenous peoples hard (30% of the population). Respiratory diseases, like covid-19, have long been the leading cause of death among indigenous peoples. Our project partner ADS Maniapure conducts its "Annual Health Days" every year, which is an initiative where about 100 specialist doctors and medical students are mobilized from other parts of Venezuela to the Maniapure Health Clinic to take care of the local population with specialist skills. All work voluntarily and travel 400 km from the capital Caracas to the very remote area of Maniapure. The health days have been organized for 13 years and are an important event for the local residents who usually have very difficult access to medical specialists . It is also an opportunity to follow up patients who have met from previous years. Therefore, it has become a popular event that attracts many more every year. Venezuela has a complex humanitarian crisis and healthcare is non-existent. The importance of the ADS Maniapure health clinic will be even greater for the 10,000 inhabitants in the region. You can join and support us in our work! This project takes care of more than 1200 patients in just two days. For only SEK 125, 2 patients can be treated. That's what a day's lunch costs in one of Sweden's big cities. With SEK 500, 8 patients can be treated. That's about what a pair of pants costs. With small funds you can make a real difference!
Älta IF Pojkar 09
Better Strikes - We want to spend a day with the striking specialist Eija Feodoroff
A good football player masters many different things. One of great importance is the strike on the ball. Assault is a general term for various techniques used in shooting and passing. At a young age, difficulties with the strike can affect children's self-esteem, which in some cases can cause children to even stop playing football. In P09, we want to tackle this - The strike - and help our children become better football players, find joy in football and strengthen their self-esteem. Therefore, we would like to give our boys the opportunity to spend a day with the striking specialist Eija Feodoroff who was previously hired by Älta IF's football team. Eija has for over 25 years worked with the development of strikes with players and leaders at various levels in both Swedish and international clubs and national teams, including Lotta Schelin (top scorer in French club teams through the ages, 225 goals in 225 matches), Anja Mittag ( 51 goals in the UEFA Champions League), John Guidetti and Isaac Kiese Thelin. Here you can read more about her and her program for teams. You can also take part in a report that Viasat did about Eija (see video below). Feel free to support our fundraising so we can give our 40 children this fantastic opportunity for development. Thanks in advance!
Ingenjörer utan Gränser
Covid-19 response in primary schools in north-western Tanzania
Engineers Without Borders Sweden is involved in several international projects. These projects concern access to water, sanitation, education, health care and energy. All our projects carried out in collaboration with our local partner organisations. As an effect of the current pandemic situation, we currently extend and rephrase some of our projects to help our partner organisations to limit the spreading and the impacts of Covid-19. Right now, we are having top-focus on two initiatives:We are extending our contribution just slightly in an extensive project aiming to improve the water and sanitation situation in primary schools in north-western Tanzania to reduce the spreading of Covid-19 when the schools open again after the current closing. By providing more water buckets and soap to the schools, we facilitate more frequent and adequate hand-washing, which is essential to reduce the spreading of the disease. (FYI: one bucket is about 85 SEK, a box of soap 130 SEK, and the full package for a school would be around 1000 SEK. We need 15 000 SEK in total.) We are re-planning the further extension of a water pipeline stretching between three villages in Tanzania that was constructed in 2017. The Covid-19 related change includes water supply to a small health station now being transformed into a hospital for Covid-19 patients. We collaborate with the local government to fund the extension, and with our local partner organisation and the local government to realise it. (FYI: The total cost is estimated to 160 000 SEK, and EWB-SWE will cover 70 000 SEK of that.) We would appreciate your support in these efforts! If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with us through email@example.com.
Help us train more role models
The ambassador program within Special Olympics Sweden is about making visible and increasing interest in sports for people with intellectual disabilities. The program trains young athletes to be strong leaders and role models to get more people moving. People with intellectual disabilities are often further away from association life and are less visible in sports than the rest of the population. The group makes up about 1 percent of Sweden's population, but is often excluded from social contexts such as association life and public health surveys. If we look at participation in sports associations, the Swedish Agency for Youth and Civil Society Affairs shows that young people in special schools are active in sports associations to a lesser extent than other young people. Your contribution gives people with intellectual disabilities a voice and the opportunity for an active lifestyle. The target of SEK 10,000 corresponds to the approximate cost of training a new ambassador.
Älta IF Pojkar 09
Complementary training equipment for the spring season 2020 - P09
Our training equipment for the 2020 season needs to be supplemented to give the children good conditions for a varied, developing and fun training during spring and autumn. Right now we are in need of: 2 sets of flat cones (approx. SEK 300) 2 speed ladders (approx. SEK 300) 3 pairs of goalkeeper gloves (approx. SEK 750) 4 small hedges (approx. SEK 400) 3 coach boards, one for each match bag (approx. SEK 750) 10-20 balls size. 4 (approx. SEK 2,500) If you have material you want to donate, contact the team leader . We thank you for all the contributions and support.
Locker Room Talk
Associations stand in long queues to receive training from Locker Room Talk. The need for a more accessible digital solution that primarily does not only consist of a peer-to-peer program is increasing sharply. A momentum that we can see is the first of its kind in Swedish sports linked to the interest in working with gender equality issues. The purpose of the VR experience is to prepare the future coach in both practical exercises according to LRT's agenda, as well as to practice identifying and acting in awkward situations that may arise between boys in the locker room. After the training, the supervisor will be able to take on the real sessions with a stronger self-confidence and with a greater insight and ability to see and respond to obscene behaviors. With this tool, we want to create an excellent and complete training platform with complete LRT study material to give the educator / trainer the best possible conditions to prepare for the sessions in the locker room - as close to reality as possible without actually being there. When, where and how often you want. The experience begins when the trainer puts on a VR headset and then finds himself in an empty, virtual locker room. Here the technique is presented briefly and then you learn the controls in a practical example in an exercise with the guys who come in after finishing a session on the field. In parallel with going through exercises from LRT's agenda, you have the opportunity to identify and act against scenarios between the boys who sometimes find it difficult to handle and respect each other. The boys' behavior takes the form of voice acting with matching animation, while you as an educator use an "interaction wheel" with answer options. Once you have completed the VR experience, you will get a summary of its performance based on all data being collected live based on users' choices and decisions. Content: + Overall Introduction / demonstration of how the experience and control of labor statistics + Trip 1: Handle the talk in the locker room + Journey 2: Manage the talk online (social media, video games, etc.) + In addition to VR, there are both trips as a web version and a mobile app + Exercises in virtual locker room detect and act against naughty behavior during the exercises + “Invisible” LRT guide that through audio gives you tips on how to act in the different situations + Collected LRT material: “Cinema mode” with all instructional videos with a focus on rhetoric, leadership pedagogy + A complete, readable LRT manual + Collection of data live for each decision and movement the user makes to see the development over time + Test focus on theoretical elements, test focus on rhetoric, test focus on pedagogy and leadership + Final exam in a physical changing room (not VR) with young people focus on holding their own session where a supervisor at Locker Room Talk makes an overall assessment together with experts in the field
Zelmerlöw Björkman Foundation
Måns shaves his hair!
Do you want to see me shave off my hair ? In that case, I challenge you to help me raise money for my foundation Zelmerlöw & Björkman Foundation and our boarding school for poor and vulnerable girls in Kenya! Because of Covid-19, the situation is now very difficult for the youths in our programs. In Kenya, the authorities have closed down all schools, as well as boarding schools, in the country because of the current situation. This means that everyone at Kenswed had to leave the school and we are now trying our best to handle the situation. The most vulnerable in this situation are the 135 girls at the boarding school. We have received reports of incredibly difficult conditions which means that we have had to relocate these girls to other homes. It is a misery that is difficult to imagine. The adults cannot afford food and supplies for their children, which effects the girls the most as they have to "work" so that the family gets food at all. A student writes to the headmaster "I know that things don't always turn out the way you want to, but I can not help feeling stressed right now ..." The ZBF are trying to support the girls in this difficult time, for example, we offer digital teaching, especially for the students in grade 4, and we assure to support the students at home by delivering food packages, pads etc. In addition, we are currently planning on how we can support the students financially with possible costs for healthcare, travel and internet connection for tuition. With 50,000 SEK we have the opportunity to support all 135 girls at the boarding school for two months, including consumables, internet, food, daily contact with teachers from school, access to the curator if needed and with digital education. Would you like to help the girls in this difficult situation? Make a contribution to ZBF now and when the challenge, of 50 000 SEK, is reached, I will, in return, shave off my hair.
New ball machine to enable better solo training in Corona times
Covid-19 challenges society in many ways. For the club's junior activities and for the hall, we see a reduced participation in the training. We think this is sad for everyone, but we understand that it is a natural effect when social distancing is requested by our authorities. Solo training with a ball machine could be a fun and effective alternative. However, the hall's ball machine is something to the years and with some important defects that have not been remedied, which limits the training opportunities. Solo training with a modern ball machine can be a creative solution that enables fun, challenging and developing training for our members. Therefore, the club now wants to buy a new ball machine ( HIT Trainer ) so that our members, juniors as well as seniors and veterans, can come and train themselves but reduced risk of becoming infected. Here you can see one of the world's best squash players - Borja Golan - train yourself with a ball machine. Video 1 Video 2
Help us refurbish our shooting range
For the coming season, we want our shooting range to be in top condition! The shooting range at Nacka HK is an appreciated feature of our business, but unfortunately it is very worn. We therefore turn to our members and everyone who is passionate about children and youth sports for help. Our goal is that together we can achieve this. We are grateful for all contributions! The targets need to be repaired and painted and the nets need to be repaired. Cost: SEK 9,000 Renovation of floor space. Cost 5,000 SEK
Do not be a spectator - it starts with us!
Every year, 60,000 children are exposed to bullying - you contribute! Although no one accepts this, few do anything active to stop bullying. Even if it happens right in front of our eyes. Sometimes it hurts just as much not to be seen at all. To be frozen, invisible or to feel that no one is listening or caring. Your commitment and your gift help Friends in the work so that no child is exposed to bullying. A gift today affects a child's life tomorrow. Together against bullying!
Håll Sverige Rent
Help us reach out to more junk heroes!
Did you know that Sweden is full of junk heroes? We get to witness this every year when hundreds of thousands of participants go on a garbage hunt during this spring's We Keep Clean campaign, where we together show that garbage does not belong anywhere other than in the trash. Littering causes problems that affect everything around us and has devastating consequences for animals, nature, cities and the sea. You, me and our future. Garbage collection, on the other hand, is a simple and concrete effort that makes you feel proud. It shows that you take responsibility for your immediate environment, and that with joint efforts it is possible to make real changes. We also know that it is less likely that someone who once picked up rubbish will litter in the future. We therefore want to ask for your support, so that we engage even more people to actively work against littering. Together we keep cities, nature and the sea free of rubbish!
World Childhood Foundation
Support us in our overall work to prevent violence and sexual abuse of children.
According to a current study, one in five children in Sweden is exposed to sexual abuse at some point during their childhood. Different types of violence and sexual abuse are closely linked. Children who have been abused or witnessed violence are at increased risk of being exposed again. But it is possible to prevent and mitigate the consequences of an abuse, above all it is easier to build strong children than to fix broken adults. Therefore, the key word in everything we do is prevention. Childhood works primarily with the groups that are most at risk of being exposed to violence and sexual abuse. These include children living on the streets, children who have already been subjected to violence and abuse, children who cannot live with their parents or who live in a family where the parents do not have the strength to be what the children need most - safe adults.
Hel & Ren, clothes and hygiene for a homeless person = SEK 50
We take a shower every day for granted, and put on clean underwear. Being whole and clean is also about self-worth. If you are homeless, there is nothing you expect to do even once a week. At Hemlösas Hus, we make sure that the approximately 100 homeless people who visit us every day can shower, shave and wash their hair every day, and they can also take part in our generous clothing store. With your help, we can make sure they get it tomorrow as well. Clothes, shampoo, razors, clothes and other things for a homeless person cost about 50 kronor. For SEK 1,000, we can help 20 homeless people to be whole and clean. For 5,000 kronor, we can help everyone who comes every day. Thank you very much for your contribution, every penny counts when you live on the street.
Give away a psychological support call.
GAPF's Pela and Fadime support hotline receives calls around the clock to help support applicants exposed to honor-related violence and oppression. Anyone seeking help may be in need of professional psychological support talks, legal advice or a long-term contact with their own support person that we have trained in honor-related violence and oppression. Then we make sure he gets this. Your gift can help us provide a support applicant free of charge: psychological support calls legal advice a personal support person In 2017, we conducted over 1,900 activities for people seeking support, of which 360 were legal and psychological support calls. We work with professional lawyers and psychotherapists who perform the work pro bono, but need resources to administer, follow up and train our support persons, therefore we have put a number on the effort. For SEK 200, you contribute to a person seeking support receiving a psychological support call, legal advice or a personal support person who lends a listening ear, attends a trial or the like.
War Child Sweden
Palestine - turning hopelessness into faith in the future
Children do not start wars. Yet they are the first victims of the conflicts. The children lose their childhood, grow up in chaos and see their loved ones killed. So it is for the children of Palestine. How can you grow up to be a harmonious adult if you are always surrounded by war and destruction? War Child's psychosocial work provides Palestinian children with tools to process their trauma and to choose paths other than violence. THIS IS WHAT MAKES YOUR MONEY: SEK 2,000 is enough for psychosocial support for up to 20 children and young people. SEK 5,000 means that a child can learn tools and methods so that he or she becomes a positive and active role model for his or her surroundings, as well as to finance a number of different activities for children. SEK 30,000 is enough for new material to hold creative workshops in our Safe Spaces. 70,000 is enough to renovate and equip a playground at a Safe Space. So that children, boys and girls, can go there and play in safety. The Israel-Palestine conflict has been going on for almost 70 years. It has affected the lives of millions of people, on both sides. As in all conflicts, the children have been worst affected. For several generations, children who grew up in Palestine and parts of Israel have been surrounded by an unstable environment with great tensions. Due to the military occupation, Palestinian children are denied basic human rights. Anxiety and the threat of violence are constantly present in everyday life. The conflict in the Gaza Strip has made the situation particularly tough for the children who grow up there. During the prolonged clashes in 2014, 501 children died and a total of 3374 children and young people were injured. Up to 10% of them suffered permanent injuries. The ten-year blockade of Gaza has had devastating consequences for its residents. Over 60% of young people are unemployed and access to food, electricity and other necessities is constantly a challenge. In the West Bank and East Jerusalem, violence against children is one of the biggest problems. The places where children can play are almost non-existent, which means that they are instead forced to be out on the streets, which can be turned into war places at any time. Children and young people continue to be killed and 12-year-olds have been detained for several days without defense. WHAT WE DO: In Palestine, War Child works with local organizations, sections of civil society and families to protect children and young people from harm or danger. The work focuses on assisting children and young people with psychosocial support , so that they receive help to process their trauma and have the strength to turn hopelessness into faith in the future. The work takes place primarily in our Safe Spaces , where children and young people can come to avoid the worries that characterize everyday life. Our staff strengthens children and young people's self - confidence through creative workshops and exercises where they learn to better manage the enormous stress caused by war. Children and young people are also taught human rights, respect and how to work together. Many of the children report that it is extremely valuable for them to be able to come to our projects. Help War Child take the war out of the children. Give your contribution now! If this project does not reach its full financial goal in the allotted time, I agree that my contribution will be used for War Child's other project to support children in war.
War Child Sweden
SEK 250 provides an entire family with food for a month in Yemen
Yemeni children pay a fatal price for the adult war. Since the conflict began, more than 3 million people have been forced to flee their homes. 80% of those living in the greatest need are children. The civil war in Yemen continues to escalate, leaving millions of children in need of humanitarian aid. Over the past two and a half years, the conflict in Yemen has grown. From being an internal conflict between government forces and the rebel group Houthi, the war has grown into major conflicts between competing regional forces. The people of Yemen are exposed to terrorist attacks and airstrikes. The ongoing war has led to around 22 million (80% of the population) in need of emergency humanitarian aid. Millions of people are in a vulnerable situation, not only because of the fighting but also because of the lack of food and health care. The children are the ones hardest hit by the conflict. As society collapses, about two million children lack access to education. Outbreaks of cholera and other diseases further aggravate the condition. WHAT WE DO: War Child is on site and works to protect children and young people and also provides food to vulnerable families. War Child has also taken part in the Yemen Joint Response initiative started by the Dutch Relief Alliance. Six organizations work together to assist with emergency humanitarian support where it is needed most. Help us support children and young people in Yemen by donating to the fundraiser. THIS IS WHAT MAKES YOUR MONEY: SEK 250 is enough for food vouchers that cover an entire family's food needs for a month. Help War Child take the war out of the children. Give your contribution now! If this project does not reach its full financial goal in the allotted time, I agree that my contribution will be used for War Child's other project to support children in war.
Bombali Health Development
Give malaria medicine to treat children under one year!
The pediatric ward at Kamakwie Wesleyan Hospital has about 24 places. There are 5 nurses, 6 nursing staff, 2 cleaners and a cook. Lars Seligman travels there regularly to work as a doctor, and to support the administration. Other volunteers from Sweden also help in the work. The association also contributes to better equipment at the hospital and the pediatric ward. In the spring of 2017, a 40-foot container of medical supplies was sent to the hospital. It included operating lights and tables, operating kits, hospital beds and more. The equipment has helped to modernize the hospital and made it possible to provide better care. The number of people receiving help varies greatly over the year. Every month we take care of between 250-400 patients in the ward, these stay on average 1-2 days in the hospital. We also receive between 1500-2200 at the outpatient clinic. The most common disease is malaria. Other common diseases are pneumonia, diarrhea and vomiting, extensive wound infections, burns, burns, snake bites and meningitis. SEK 11 is enough for malaria medicine for a child for one day. Join us and help us treat children with malaria medicine for a whole year for SEK 4,015!
Peace Parks Foundation Sweden
Care of an orphaned rhino calf for 6 months
3 rhinos are shot every day in South Africa! We run extensive projects for the survival of rhinos in southern Africa. Among other things, specialist training is funded for park rangers, police and prosecutors to counter poaching. We assist staff and park rangers with special equipment and install surveillance cameras. In addition, we fund veterinary efforts needed to save rhinos that have survived poachers' attacks.
Cancer- och Allergifonden
Give more children with illness a boost in a difficult everyday life
All children want to play and have fun! But a cancer disease makes children susceptible to infection and the possibility of staying outdoors is very limited. Everyday life will not be as before and most of the time must be spent indoors. We help help these children with new fun toys and games that can make everyday life feel a little easier! A cancer diagnosis affects the whole family. For the families who seek support from us, the healthcare costs and the loss of income that are created when a parent needs to be at home with the child have created a difficult financial situation. Many describe that there is no money left over to invent something fun for the children. Together we can make everyday life more fun for these children! If 50 people give SEK 200 each, we collect SEK 10,000. Then three families with children receive employment materials such as toys, books, computer games or a bicycle. Help us in our next grant meeting to assist these families with a slightly more enjoyable life during a difficult and difficult time!
Events we attend and support
Run for children in Venezuela
Let us run or walk to Venezuela, collectively!During 2022 I am activating people to raise funds to provide health care to children and families in Venezuela. On a monthly basis I arrange recurring fundraising events where we together run or walk as far as we can.My goal is that we during 2022 collectively will travel all the way from Stockholm to Maniapure, Venezuela, about 9.000 km away. It is to the small village of Maniapure that the non-profit organisation I Love Venezuela Sweden raises funds for basic health care to local and indigenous children and families in need. My wife is the general secretary of this organisation.117 km covered so far. We have a long way to go, but nothing is impossible. We are planning a bigger running event later in the spring and talks are also to arrange an event together with a school later this spring.Next event: Not yet plannedI have not yet decided when and where to hold next event. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.Option to run/walk anywhereIf you cannot attend a specific event date, you can register your participation and run or walk at a place of your own choice. Select this option during registration process and report back the distance your ran/walked to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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