Our Impact

2019

In 2019 the Catz Charity Foundation was able to support the following:

Blessed Generation, a foundation which provides food, medicine and education to nearly 800 Kenyan children and young adults.

Beautiful Kidz Namibia, for its Anusa needlework project providing employment for families and good quality school uniforms for children.

Doctors Without Borders in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, which provided medical assistance to people affected by the tropical cyclone Idai.

Doctors Without Borders in the Iraq border region, which provided medical assistance to refugees affected by the violent conflict in Syria.

A Wilde Ganzen project: expansion of a safe place for girls in the Philippines. The girls receive trauma processing support and education to better their chances on the labour market.

A Wilde Ganzen project: purchase of a new school bus for the Siragu school in India to enable children to receive regular education.

A Wilde Ganzen project to provide access to clean drinking water and sanitation in Guatamala and contribute to rural development by reducing waterborne diseases.

Foundation Madalief, an organization that aims to offer the poorest children in Madagascar a better future. CCF supported a project for school canteens in public schools.

Help Mij Leven Foundation, which is committed to helping Brazilian children in need. CCF contributed to a project that provides lunches and sports equipment to 120 children.

2018

In 2018 the Catz Charity Foundation was able to support the following:

Blessed Generation, a foundation which helps nearly 800 Kenyan children and young adults by providing food, medicine and education.

Foundation HoPe, for providing physio and occupational therapy, and for a patient monitor at the burns department of the regional hospital of Cusco, Peru.

The Victoria Friendly Montessori foundation for the improvement of the sanitary situation at three schools in Rusinga, Kenya.

A drainage reconstruction near sister company Van Rees’s office in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to prevent safety hazards from mosquito breeding in stagnant water.

The AMECA Foundation for an upgrade of the High Dependency Unit at St Joseph's Mission Hospital in Laguna Beach, Malawi.

The international microfinancing charity Deki, which enables entrepreneurs to work out of poverty through life-changing loans and company training.

Two Wilde Ganzen projects: a new classroom for practical training in Madurai, India, and renovations of a school for handicapped children in Patuk, Indonesia.

The Art of Charity foundation’s project Food for life, in which farmers are trained in a modern method to grow maize that gives a much larger yield.

A Dutch national fundraiser through Giro 555 for emergency aid to survivors of the 2018 earthquake and tsunami on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia.

2017

In 2017 the Catz Charity Foundation supported the following organizations:

Blessed Generation, with whom the CCF has a long-standing relationship. This foundation helps nearly 800 children and young adults. Blessed Generation works with the local population as much as possible, providing food, medicine and education.

In partnership with the foundations Mirjam in Malawi and The Art of Charity the CCF funded the Food for life project, in which farmers are trained to grow maize in a way that gives a much larger yield than the traditional way.

The Leprazending foundation, which provides care to leprosy patients in the medical, social and mental fields. With the help of the CCF 12 young people receive access to education so that they will have the knowledge and skills to provide for themselves in the future.

The Beautiful Kidz Namibia foundation, which commits itself to the poorest children in Namibia. Education is central to this. The CCF contributed to emergency aid for the Beautiful Kidz centre in Ovitoto. A bakery has been set up that provides daily fresh bread.

Foundation Madalief, an organization that aims to offer the poorest children in Madagascar a better future. With the help of CCF a project was set up on school canteens in public schools. Around 300 children are provided with healthy meals on a daily basis.

Hands of Mercy, a foundation that provides assistance through support with relief supplies to adults and children in difficult circumstances. The CCF funded one of the transports to Romania.