Especially in times like these we see so much solidarity and the will to help others. Yet seeing the sheer abundance of humanitarian projects and the sometimes missing transparency can easily become overwhelming.
This is our starting point. This is where we want to make a difference. By keeping things simple.
One donation. One bag of rice. For this one family . It makes a difference. It gives people the biggest smile and relieves their hunger.
Our local helpers are close friends, who take care of everything from shopping to distribution.
Every food package is delivered directly to the people and families who need it the most.
Your donation reaches the people in need immediately.
Rice Delivery for families in need during the current COVID-19 pandemic
Give families food with a 50 kilo bag of rice for 35 €
In the current COVID-19 situation, thousands of people in Sulawesi lost their income from one day to the other. Since they lack savings and the social welfare systems of western countries, they are currently facing the most fundamental survival issue: How to get food for themselves and their families.
To help in these difficult times, we started to deliver food packages to the poorest people and families. The packages they receive include:
- Noodles and/or eggs
- Oil and/or sugar
This is what happens with your donation
Transparency and trust are the most important guidelines of our project. Your donation goes directly where it’s needed: the families in need.
Our friends and helpers work on a voluntary basis, only delivery costs are covered. After receiving the money, our volunteers immediately go to the markets and buy everything for the food packages, which are personally delivered on the next day.
Because our help is direct and doesn’t require any bureaucratic procedure, we don’t need to charge administration fees. Every euro and dollar is going directly where it’s needed. Your trust means everything to us!
Initiator from Germany
Harry & Team
Local volunteer in Gorontalo
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Local volunteers in Manado
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Local volunteers on the Togean Islands