Do you want to get actively involved in our work beyond offering donations? There are many ways to support Cap Anamur. Let us show you some possibilities on how to promote our humanitarian work.
If you want to collect donations on your own, you could, for example, organise your own fundraising campaign. You could raise money among friends, sell home-baked cakes, organise a football tournament or do a charity run with a sponsor donating for every kilometre run – there are no limits to your creativity.
How about a joint school initiative? Do you want to support us as a class? Great! Whether through a cake sale, a football tournament, a sponsored run, a theatre performance, a summer festival, a graduation party or a project week – your support will help us to save lives all over the world.
Leaving something behind
People who want to make a difference and leave something that will last beyond their lives can include a charitable organisation in their last will. By mentioning Cap Anamur in your will you help save lives and alleviate suffering. You can give a future worth living to victims of violence and natural disasters by helping to provide medical aid and vital aid supplies for people in need, or you can contribute to build new hospitals and schools. You can decide what happens to your inheritance and shape your last will according to your wishes, thus continuing to help a cause that was dear to you throughout your life. Our brochure “Give a future, leave a mark” can offer initial guidance as to how you can help beyond your own life.
Please contact us or send us an email and we will gladly send you a copy of our brochure.
Donations on Christmas or other special occasions
Do you want to use Christmas time or your company’s anniversary as an opportunity to help people in need and at the same time make a gift that is contemporary and meaningful? Why not opt for a Christmas or anniversary donation? Surprise your customers and employees with this very special gift.
You can also state your social commitment, for example, by embedding the initiative’s logo into your Christmas mail or website.