In Ethiopia many young people find it hard to train and find work that gives them a good quality of living.
So we teamed up with the aid organization SELAM and launched our first social-electrical project: Bender@SELAM.
We want to enable 20 young people in Ethiopia to have an electrical career that will change their lives.
We care, and want to help others improve their futures. Together we can make a difference.
We want to guarantee the cost of the 3-year training. Because these trainees inspire us so much and are so close to our hearts, we’d like to share this project with you.
Take a Look at the Classroom
And Now to the Impact
The three-year training costs €90,000 for the entire class.
We have already financed the first year of training. Now it’s time for the second and third!
Let’s Tackle It Together and contribute to something truly valuable: The professional future of 20 people. Because as we all know – a professional future is priceless!
Make an Impact!
We will double all donations from Bender employees.
end via bank transfer
For a donation receipt, we absolutely need your name and address in addition to “Bender@SELAM” in the referenz field!
Donation account Germany
Äthiopische Kinderhilfe SELAM e.V.
IBAN: DE02 5065 2124 0027 1157 57
Donation account Switzerland
IBAN: CH46 0070 0115 3003 1190 4
If you transfer to the German account, then your transfer voucher is valid up to an amount of 200,- € as proof for the tax office.
If you use the following form, the name Payrexx will appear on your bank statement. This is the service provider commissioned by SELAM for payment processing.
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Our Project Partner: The Swiss Children’s Aid Association SELAM
The association “Ethiopian Children’s Aid SELAM e.V.”, founded on February 4, 1995, is a humanitarian aid organization that supports and promotes children in need and young people in Ethiopia.
The Selam Children’s Village is a children’s home and training center. Its origins date back to 1985 when Zahai, an orphan himself adopted by the Swiss Röschli family, planned the construction of an orphanage in Addis Ababa and opened it in 1986.