Are you planning a birthday party? Your wedding? Or is an anniversary approaching? Use your celebration as the opportunity for a personal fundraising campaign. Instead of bringing presents, your guests can make a commitment to a good cause by making a donation. On the one hand you will be providing the Swiss Paraplegic Foundation with financial support, and on the other hand you will be spreading the word about our work among your friends.
Your event is the opportunity to do something good and to help smooth the way back to the future for people with a spinal cord injury.
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Contact us Tell us about your idea before your event. Call us (+41 41 939 62 62) or send us an e-Mail .
Tell your guests about your idea On your invitations, mention the fact that your event is linked to a personal fundraising campaign or tell your guests that instead of gifts, you are asking them to make a contribution to donation account 60-147293-5 or IBAN no. CH14 0900 0000 6014 7293 5 of the Swiss Paraplegic Foundation in Nottwil. Use e-mail, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter to share your campaign.
NB: So we can record which donations are made through your event, your guests should provide a reference, e.g. “Birthday A. N. Other”.
Encourage your guests to make a donation Join forces with your guests at your event in support of people with a spinal cord injury.
After the event, we will be happy to send you a list with the names of those people who made a donation. This will give you another opportunity to thank everyone for their generosity.
On behalf of the Swiss Paraplegic Foundation, the companies of the Swiss Paraplegic Group provide services for people with a spinal cord injury that are not covered by funding bodies, such as health insurance, accident insurance, and social security. The Swiss Paraplegic Foundation is able to cover the resulting deficits with income from donations, which are specifically utilised for selected development and innovation projects. As can be seen in the chart below, the aim is to achieve benefits that are direct as possible for people with a spinal cord injury.