We collaborate with Foundations to build solid partnerships that bring help on the frontline of the world’s most complex humanitarian emergencies.

Foundations supporting INTERSOS

Stichting Vluchteling

In 2020 Stichting Vluchteling, the Netherlands Refugee Foundation, and INTERSOS started a partnership with the aim of strengthening INTERSOS presence and humanitarian intervention in some of the world’s more complex humanitarian crises.
While SV contributes with funding and expertise, INTERSOS implements humanitarian activities on the field, the partnership is based on a broader vision that unites the two organizations.

Waldensian Church

Since 2015, through the 8×1000 contribution, the Waldensian Church supports INTERSOS  in different sectors and countries: education in emergencies (South Sudan), social health support for refugees (Greece), the social health intervention due to the COVID-19 emergency (Italy), protection against gender based violence (Democratic Republic of Congo), WASH Program (Lebanon and Afghanistan), the complete construction of a surgery room in the Ku’aydina hospital, one of the most remote areas in the North of Yemen, child protection activities (Libya), earthquake response (Syria).

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Soka Gakkai Italian Buddhist Institute

In 2022, the Soka Gakkai Italian Buddhist Institute supported the emergency intervention in Ukraine and the Covax vaccination campaign in Yemen. The support of the Institute has been fundamental for the strengthening and expansion of the INTERSOS intervention in the Covax program in Yemen throughout 2023.

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CON IL SUD Foundation

From 2022, the Foundation supports the project “Servizio socio-sanitario di prossimità negli insediamenti informali della provincia di Foggia e promozione di buone prassi nelle istituzioni del territorio”, making INTERSOS local presence possible for the period 2022-2024.

Kahane Foundation

From 2018 the Kahane Foundation has been supporting INTERSOS in Italy, allowing the start of the social health activity to assist agricultural workers in Foggia through mobile clinics, and the Center of primary healthcare and reception INTERSOS24 in Rome (Italy). The Foundation has also supported INTERSOS emergency interventions first during Covid19 emergency and then its operations in Ukraine. 

Lavazza Foundation

Since 2021 Lavazza Foundation contributed to INTERSOS Covid19 emergency response (Colombia), has funded the Scholarship grants for youth yemenites (Yemen) and supported the emergency interventions in Ukraine and for the earthquake in Syria.

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Barbara Cosentino

High-value Donors Manager