Some Fundraising Ideas
Cycle for us
Run an event
Throw a party
Cycle Kosovo for Children is an annual event that is organised in support of AMC's mission. A group of devoted cyclics, cycle around Kosovo, fundraising along the way to buy medical equipment in support of our local hospitals.
In support of mothers and children of Kosovo, every year, individuals and companies show solidarity to AMC's mission, and raise funds to support our health programs. An example of the event that has been organised for us is: Meridian Express giving 10% of all funds on specific products sold at their stores. Contact email@example.com for more information
Teshavesha is a social enterprise founded by AMC to recycle the products of textiles thus upholding the green principles, to train and advance women of marginalized communities, and fundraise for our programs. Would you like to donate your used clothes to our mission? You can do so at one of our two stores in Prishtina.
Would you like to throw a party in support of our mission? We would love that! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What is your favorite sport? Is it golf like our friends over at Bank Street Charity Golf who fundraise for us every year? Or is it football and basketball? If you'd like to organise a tournament in support of AMC, we would love to cheer you on!
Events, organised for us
Seeing the great need to help mothers and children in Kosovo, Action for Mothers and Children organized in Zurich the fourth edition of the charity
In the morning of June 5th, 2015 a group of around 20 cyclists started their cycling tour around Kosovo for a total distance of 500km of cycling and 8000m of climbing. The Cycle Kosovo for Children 2015 managed to raise approximately Eur 15,000 through corporate donations, indivudal online contributions and the auction and ruffle activities held at Sabaja Bar in Prishtina.
In the fundraising gala dinner hosted in November 2014, we managed to raise Eur 16,650 to support the mission of AMC to continue developing programs