Donation to Charitable Organizations

Each year, in a spirit of solidarity and generosity, we make the important decision to allocate the funds usually reserved for year-end gifts to support three leading charitable organizations: Les Enfants de Huê, Make-A-Wish and Action Innocence

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- Les Enfants de Huê: This association is dedicated to improving the education and health of underprivileged children in Vietnam, offering them opportunities for a better future.

- Make-A-Wish: This organization fulfills the wishes of seriously ill children, providing them with invaluable moments of hope and joy.

- Action Innocence: Committed to child protection in the digital age, this organization ensures the safety and integrity of young people online.

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We firmly believe that this gesture will have a significant and lasting impact, bringing comfort and hope to those who need it most. By supporting these essential causes, we reaffirm our commitment to the human and solidarity values that are dear to us.

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We thank each of you for your understanding and support. Together, let's make this initiative a success that reflects the values of generosity and mutual aid in our society.

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The mission of the Foundation is to provide a human and intellectual education that enables the most underprivileged children, young people, and students in Vietnam to build their lives.

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Make-A-Wish fulfills the most cherished wishes of seriously ill children aged between 3 and 18, living or being treated in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

www.makeawish.ch

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Action Innocence's mission is to preserve the dignity and integrity of children and adolescents on the Internet. The Foundation trains young internet users to use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) safely and responsibly, raising awareness of dangers such as exposure to shocking and illegal images, the dissemination of personal information, cyber predation, sexting, excessive use, and cyberbullying.

www.actioninnocence.org

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