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Team Human Touch

by The Human Safety Net PH

€ 290.30

raised so far. Fundraising target € 250

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The Human Safety Net is the Global initiative of Generali to help vulnerable people in the communities, active in 23 countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia. This initiative acts as a movement of people helping people to support families with young children under 6 and integrate refugees through work. It builds communities of actors who want to engage and contribute by acting together.

I am a volunteer in the Philippines! In the Philippines, we support ChildFund Philippines with 1,800 beneficiaries.

The Covid-19 crisis is impacting everybody but even more these vulnerable communities and the need is bigger than ever. We want to help local NGO Partners to continue their activities and be able to support hundreds of new families in the Philippines.

As volunteers, we decided to act and complete Challenges to raise fund. I will join one of them and started this fundraising campaign.

I'm looking for anyone who can support my engagement. Your donation will directly support thousands of families and refugees in 23 countries where 48 NGOs are active every day.

I hope you will contribute and make a donation to my campaign, anything you can give is a huge help.

Thank you for your support.

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06/04/2021

€ 5.18

We love you!

06/04/2021

€ 172.80

06/04/2021

H. P.

€ 8.64

May this be a big help to all to those in need :)

06/04/2021

V. N.

€ 86.40

06/04/2021

€ 17.28

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The Human Safety Net is a global movement of people helping people. Our programs aim to unlock the potential of people living in vulnerable circumstances. Learn more and follow us on www.thehumansafetynet.org