Small train of thought
Many of us have been standing on the sunny side of life so far and didn’t have to deal with the darker part. I would like to invite you to a train of thought; many people like sports as a mean to find work-life balance, me included. Every week I go cycling, jogging or walking. The kilometers that I cover are the sum of which I donate 10% to a charity institution.
Are you interested, too? Maybe you would like to support one of the following charity institutions as well?
Links to charity institutions:
"MedInCharge" was founded in 2016 by the Bacchetto family. The association does not pursue commercial purposes and does not seek to make a profit. The aim of the association is to secure basic medical care for destitute, sick and needy people in Nepal. MedInCharge provides cash and material benefits, which are provided by membership fees and other association funds. Through work and presence on site, the family guarantees that the money is used for the intended purpose.
SOS Children's Villages is active in 135 countries and territories around the world, helping hundreds of thousands of children each year through alternative care, family strengthening, schools, health centers, and other community-based work.
The Swiss Alpine Charity institution is an organization which is financed ONLY by donations. The organization helps people living in Swiss alpine regions. Alpine farmers usually don’t have ideal conditions to work the land. But they contribute to the conservation of our nature. The “Berghilfe Schweiz” contributes to sustain the regional economy and culture.
Kantha Bopha is a humanitarian aid project in Cambodia that was established in 1991 by Swiss Dr. Beat Richner. It now runs five children’s hospitals which provide free care for disadvantaged children as well as a maternity ward for mothers infected with HIV.