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Your donation will allow our employees to help independently and this is where needs are greatest every day. Each donation goes entirely to our aid projects, because all expenses for vaccinations or the management of the organization, such as postage or printing costs, are borne by our sponsors.

Here's how it works:
If you use online banking, you can transfer your valuable donation directly to us via our donation account:

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