Who we support
We have supported children locally in Luxembourg and abroad since the year 2000, through a wide spectrum of projects both in Luxembourg and abroad. The support is usually financial, for practical, tangible projects or by giving our time.
How we ensure funding is used correctly
Our financial support goes to recognised, well-established charities, organisations and NGOs. The projects chosen are usually for something 'physical', e.g. school classrooms, wells, equipment, etc. Representatives of the organisations are in the field, so we ask for news, photos and make checks.
A representative has to visit the club before we decide if we will fund and to what extent. We do not fund salaries as this is more difficult to control. We feel we can have more impact for a specific project if we provide material needs, as salaries are usually covered by other funding, e.g state subsidiies.
How we fund
Projects are funded through our fundraising campaign, Coins for Kids. We have also been supported by companies in Luxembourg by some financial sponsorship or practical help.
Here is a list of some projects supported over the past few years.
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Institute for the visually impaired
|Benefactor||Visually impaired students in Luxembourg|
|Description||For students to participate in a normal school environment and permit them to complete their education in Luxembourg, image/text enlargement equipment is needed.|
|Project||Purchase of two enlargement systems to aid visually impaired young people.|
La Femme contemporaine Asbl
|Benefactor||Children in need in Luxembourg|
|Description||For one of its projects, the association collects, decorates and fills shoeboxes with Christmas gifts for children in need. These are then distributed via the various children's charities, organisations and social services.|
|Project||Donation for shoebox contents|
|Amount||1,000 €, 1,500 € and 1,500 € = 4,000 €|
|Years||2014, 2015 and 2016|
Athenée action humanitaire Asbl
|Benefactor||Street children in Bonnievale, South Africa|
|Description||Bonnievale-Project asbl. was created on February 17th, 2003. The goal of the association is to give moral and financial support to all action in relation with the streetchildren in Bonnievale (South Africa) and, in general, to cooperate to improve the situation in third world countries.|
|Project||Donation to help build a school|
|Description||Founded in 2007 as a relief organization with headquarters in Luxembourg. We are committed in northern Zambia, in the Luangwa Valley. Their goal is to provide support for their own future residents of Lumimba.|
|Project||Construction of a water well.|
Fondation Maison de la Porte Ouverte
|Benefactor||Children at the Foyer Paula Bové, Luxembourg|
|Description||Fondation Maison de la Porte Ouverte is dedicated to social work looking after children, youngsters and women in emergency situations. One of the refuges in the Grand-Duchy is the women’s shelter Foyer Paula Bové in Luxembourg City. Their children’s playground urgently required renovation to be up to the latest safety standards.|
|Project||Renovation of children's playground. Our donation was used to cover the difference between the total costs and the contribution by the Luxembourg government. LC Erasmus obtained proof of purchase and received photos and feedback from the Fondation.|
Nepalimed Luxembourg Asbl
|Benefactor||Prematurely born babies in Dhulikhel, Nepal|
|Description||The organisation Nepalimed has its origins in Austria. Nepalimed was co-founded by dedicated Nepalese medical doctors who studied in Austria. They returned to their country to ensure healthcare in Nepal where healthcare can be obtained under very difficult circumstances and just by donations. Very committed doctors and logistic specialists founded and maintain Dhulikhel Hospital.|
|Project||Purchase of 2 incubators for Dhulikhel Hospital. LC Erasmus obtained proof of purchase and received photos and feedback from Dhulikhel Hospital.|