You can't help everyone,
but everyone can help someone.
"Herz in Afrika" (Heart in Africa)
a non-profit association,
for social sustainable aid in Africa
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Africa Calendar 2021 In aid of "Nice View" Children's Village in Kenya
Currently, Heart in Africa supports the Nice View Children’s Village in Kenya. The proceeds of the charity calendar go entirely to the Children’s Village.
The calendar costs 25 CHF/Euro and can be paid for in the online shop via credit card, Twint or prepayment (SEPA). We ship at domestic shipping costs to Switzerland and Germany. For deliveries to other countries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
My Heart in Africa
According to the motto that everyone can help, we as the non-profit association Heart in Africa make a small but valuable contribution to a better world with a lot of enthusiasm and personal commitment.
Deeply Connected to Africa - My Heart in Africa
Social sustainable aid
The aim of “Heart in Africa” is the idealistic, material and financial support of social and sustainable aid projects in Africa. Help for Africa, where it is needed.
Whenever possible, we support projects that we have personally experienced on site during private trips to Africa and are convinced that the donations received are fully used where help is needed.
People, Environment and Animals
Since not only the people but also the entire continent of Africa is very close to our hearts, we also support sustainable environmental and animal projects.
Help for Africa
Find out about the social, charitable and sustainable projects in Africa that we have already had the pleasure of visiting in person and for which we gladly accept donations.
We are currently supporting the children's village "Nice View" in Kenya as the charitable association Heart in Africa. The girls' house and the roof of the Medical Centre are in urgent need of renovation.
Rhinos are threatened with extinction!
The 80-square-kilometre protected area was established in 2000 to reintroduce the white and black rhinos.
At the Namib Desert Environmental Education Trust (NaDEET), a kind of environmental school, children and adults learn first-hand the basics of sustainable living.