Make a donation
Donations are managed by the Monegasque Red Cross.
Par don en ligne.
Cliquez sur Monaco Collectif Humanitaire
Dans le menu déroulant du bouton de don de la Croix-Rouge monégasque, sélectionnez « Monaco Collectif Humanitaire ».
Vous pouvez choisir un montant prédéfini ou indiquer le montant que vous souhaitez donner.
Cheques are payable to “Monaco Collectif Humanitaire” and should be sent to the Monegasque Red Cross, 27 Boulevard de Suisse 98000 Monaco.
Your cheque should be accompanied by your name, surname, full address, email address and telephone number
By bank transfer
Your donations by bank transfer should be made for the benefit of Monaco Collectif Humanitaire’s bank account at CFM. You will find the full bank details by downloading the RIB below.
What are donations used for?
We need your donations for this chain of solidarity to continue to exist.
The average cost of providing care for a child is approximately 10,000 €.
This amount represents part of the hospital fees (50% of the fees are covered by the health centres) and the return flights.
All the doctors intervene free of charge and the host families are all volunteers. They receive no compensation. Finally, costs related to communication and project coordination are covered by the Government of Monaco.
Consequently 100% of your donations go to the children.
Donors who would like to do so can meet the child (or children) they have sponsored in Monaco and have the details of the local correspondent in order to follow the child upon his/her return home.
Origin of resources from 2008 to 2014 and distribution 2014
Sponsored schooling and food
Donations are managed by the association Rencontres Africaines.
The logical follow-up to surgical treatment: ensure that these children receive food and educational assistance to support their development.
Since 2012, sponsorship has been the logical follow-up to our approach to offer surgical treatment to sick children who could not be treated in their own country.
Our representatives in the countries concerned, who already liaised with the families, regularly inform us of needs for support; they also ensure follow up with the families. Thanks to them, we are regularly updated on our young protégés.