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Financial report

The 2020 financial report shows that the foundation is developing and growing through increased brand awareness, both in asking for help and providing help and financial support. More and more undocumented immigrants are asking for help. In general this is temporary, during the corona period it is longer because of more time.




Weekly courses in Dutch and English improve the integration of those who need it most. There is a weekly offer of these courses and students pay an economic value for this course.



The crown year has made it more difficult to get together and courses are mostly given online. Distributing food stamps and packages is extremely important during this crisis because so many people are without income. Often there is no compensation because there is less income, so people have to rely on the foundation for help.


One of the ways to raise funds is through events, however, due to corona rules, this was practically impossible. This came to a standstill. Another way is through legacy, where, for example, furniture and other valuables are donated. These items are then donated and sometimes sold, with proceeds going to the foundation's cash register.

Donated snacks and beverages are sold during language class breaks and after school and provide additional fundraising.

Another organization helps donate food cards that are distributed to those in need.






The indispensible help of the volunteers ensures a steady growth of the help, both during the distribution of packages/food stamps and during the language classes.

Volunteers are also committed to guiding newly arrived people to find a doctor and other medical aids, schools for children and further familiarize these people in the Netherlands.

If undocumented immigrants cannot reach the Netherlands and it is not possible to organize their return to their country of origin, volunteers help organize an interview with the government organization OIM, which offers people to return to their country of origin.

“Adopt a Child” Project

In Brazil many children live below the poverty line, especially children who don't have a father, because they don't know who that person is or where one of the parents died. These orphans or children whose parents do not have the means to care for them are cared for in an orphanage. They are financially supported, so these children have more chances for a good future, because there is a risk that they end up on the street and end up in crime.

For homeless people in Fortaleza, there is a food project that is also supported by the foundation with donations. Donations are also made regularly, so that the local organization can help more people.


Looking ahead



The current path is successful and the number of people who are committed to the foundation is constantly growing and more and more people are being helped. The number of students following the course continues to increase, as does the number of people donating to the foundation. It will also be possible to host events again as soon as corona rules allow.

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