Numidia Charity foundation
Mindful of Numidia’s vision, to take care about the environment and the believe that everyone worldwide should be able to enjoy the benefits and the taste of quality dairy products, Numidia Holding BV founded the Numidia Charity Foundation at the end of 2015. A foundation with the main aim of supporting underprivileged children or to help children in need all over the world. Since then, the foundation has participated in a number of projects and initiatives (smaller and larger ones) and has also started and completed its own initiatives, presented by colleagues involved. Below some project examples.
Raphael – A Ryder-Cheshire International Centre – is a hospital complex and outreach program assisting children and adults with Leprosy, intellectual disability and Tuberculosis. Raphael provides milk daily to its residents and patients most of whom are children with intellectual disabilities – many of them abandoned by their families. Most residents are vegetarian so milk is an essential part of a balanced diet to improve their nutrition and health. They get between 250-500 pls Milk per day each.
The Numidia Charity Foundations sponsors this milk project.
To a private initiative in the field of sustainable development aid, the Numidia Foundation has given substance to the execution of a wish list for the design and purchase of attributes of a Community Hall of a school building in Kasondi (15 km outside Lusaka).
In the home city of one of our employees there is a Boxing Sport Club, where only parentless children or ones who lives in very problematic families get training. The trainer is a Christian priest, who dedicates his time to give them adoptive care, train them to bring some confidence, self-esteem and value in their lives. The sport brings a discipline, faith and structure in the lives of those children.
The Foundation supports this initiative by purchasing complete equipment for the members of the club and enabling competition participation.
The Numidia Charity Foundation participates in the “Teach for all” program. Participation consists of funding a teacher for the project. During a recent working visit to Montevideo, members of the Management Team accompanied by colleagues of the Montevideo office visited the school. It was very impressive to see how they help disadvantaged children with extra education.
CeDIPF: “Centro de Desarrollo Infantil y Promoción Familiar” is a non-profit organization, run by young professionals, university students and residents of the “República de la Sexta” neighborhood of Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina, were an irregular settlement of more than 400 families in poverty is located.
Improvement of the accommodation of the kindergarten and the school for children with learning problems, located in the center, will be funded by the Foundation.
In 2019 the Numidia Charity Foundation supports the Rabo City Run Roermond as a Run sponsor of the Kids- and Bambino Run. Part of the sponsorship includes the free participation of less wealthy children. For this an agreement was signed with the “Stichting Roermond City Run”.
This project of a very involved couple (familiar with one of our employees) has the objective to motivate parents and children for education and to create eagerness to learn new things. For example, there are now 50 children in various villages who receive education in small classrooms.
Numidia Charity Foundation supported this Children Sponsorship in the past and will do the same in the present.
At occasion of the opening of the new office building of Numidia in 2018, a check was handed over to the children’s fund of € 7.500,-. The participation was used for day tickets, including snacks and drinks, so that 1200 children could enjoy in playground “Kitskesberg” in Roermond.
Support will also be continued in 2019.
On the initiative of one of our employees, the strongly outdated and imperfectly kitchen equipment in this orphanage for 200 children was replaced by a new professional kitchen with accompanying quality equipment.
The entire project including purchase, transport, delivery and assembly was financed by the Numidia foundation.