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More ways to help

Apart from financial contributions, there are many ways to take action! Tell us your ideas and we will be happy to assist you with your project.

Did you know A deminer cannot work when a person is within 50 metres. (Ukraine, 2021)

This deminer stopped his excavation work because of the photographer’s proximity: it is indeed forbidden to clear mines when another person is within 50 metres. (Ukraine, 2021)

Do you want to take action?

Some suggestions…

You are a sportsman with FSD


Run, swim, play football, do yoga… Take part in a sports event under FSD colours or organise your own event! In 2022, a young kart driver emblazoned FSD’s logo onto his racing equipment. Thanks a lot 🏎️💨

Dressing room sale for the FSD

Need more space in your wardrobe?

In April 2022, a student organised a dress sale in support of FSD. More than 700 francs were donated to our emergency programme in Ukraine. You too can fill two needs with one deed: offer a new lease of life to your personal items while supporting humanitarian action!

Desire to cook and collect donations for the FSD

👨‍🍳  Any cooking talents?

In 2019, two classrooms of the Institut Florimont in Geneva baked pastries and sold them to their classmates at break time. They raised 350 francs which they donated to FSD. A nice gesture that touched the hearts of our teams in Geneva and in the field!

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We are waiting for your proposals!

Do you have ideas or a specific project to propose? I’ll be happy to help you turn them into reality.

Your contact

Orlane Lagarde
Event manager

Orlane Lagarde - communication manager FSD
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Iraqi deminer trained to the use of a detector