The Sofia Program is a Norwegian aid organization where 100% of the contributions go to people in need in the Dominican Republic. The organization has various programs that provide medical assistance, birth control to young women, school equipment for children in public schools and improvement of houses in the poorest areas.
While the Dominican Republic in so many ways feels like paradise, it’s also a country with a high percentage of teenage marriage, teenage births, oppression of women, inadequate public school systems and local people living under challenging medical conditions. There are also many people living in sheds that can not hold against wind or rain.
Being able to provide direct help to people who need it the most and see how much the contributions mean for each individual – gives us motivation and the courage to further develop the programs
The organization is founded by a Norwegian family who has developed a close relationship with a Dominican family over several years. The daughters of both families are named Sofia. The programs are managed by the Norwegian doctor, Benedicte and her housband Eivind – with the help of a local leader and a local pharmacist.
There are no labor costs or administrative costs, so all contributions go to people in need. The work could not have been done without the donations we recieve.
♥ We deeply appreciate your donations ♥
You can donate your choosen amount through:
Pay to 131609 or Sofiaprogrammet
Mobil pay to +47 90 20 51 52
PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or you can also donate a desired amount or become a sponsor by setting up a monthly amount of 80 kroner to DNB account number 1503 96 51510
This will provide 2-4 young women with birthcontrol and one child with school equipment.
80 nok monthly might not be a very noticeable amount for you, but for 3-5 persons that tribute can become lifechanging ♥
For Danish sponsors the registration number is 1904 and account number is 7556 85 0709
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