Every four years, Swiss Solidarity reviews the accreditation of its partner relief organizations and considers applications from potential new partners. Swiss Solidarity currently has 25 Swiss charities as recognized partner NGOs. The latest addition is the children’s rights organization Save the Children Switzerland.
Swiss Solidarity is obliged to guarantee to its donors that their donations are used efficiently and sustainably for the benefit of victims of natural disasters and armed conflicts. This is why the foundation plans and carries out projects together with 25 partner aid organizations that adhere to Swiss Solidarity’s core principles and quality standards. These NGOs can look back on several years of experience and are well connected on the ground. They are contractually bound by Swiss Solidarity to ensure that the donations go to the cause for which they are intended.
As part of last year’s re-accreditation process, the Foundation Council newly accredited the Zurich-based relief organization Save the Children Switzerland. From 1 January 2016, this children’s rights organization may – like the 24 other accredited partner relief organizations – submit aid projects abroad for funding.
About Save the Children Switzerland
Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organisation for children. Save the Children has been advocating for children’s rights in Switzerland since 2006 and works in over 120 countries.
Finox Biotech (FINOX AG) and Save the Children Switzerland announced today a wide ranging collaboration including the agreement that for every Bemfola® product leaving the Swiss factory 0.12CHF (€0.10) will be donated to Save the Children Switzerland for their charity projects across the world.