QRYOU commits to donate 5% of its profits quarterly to Rotaract Milano, District 2041.
"The Rotaract Club Milano is one of the oldest in the world: it was created as a "Youth Group" by the Rotary Club Milano (founded in 1923) in 1959, before the official creation of the Rotaract Program in March 1968.
In 1968 it entered the newly created international program of Rotary International "Rotary Action", and took its current name.
The Club received the Constituent Charter on 25 September 1968, with the support of the five Milan Rotary Clubs of the time."
Nowadays several fundraising campaigns are active, among which stands out the one with the association ANT (National Cancer Association).
ANT (National Cancer Association)
Founded in Bologna in 1978 on the initiative of the oncologist Franco Pannuti, Fondazione ANT Italia ONLUS provides free specialist medical care at the home of cancer patients at no cost to families. Based on the resources found in the area, ANT also offers cancer prevention projects free of charge. The creed of ANT is summed up by the term "Eubiosia" (from the Greek, eu/bene-bios/vita, "the good life - life in dignity") understood as a set of qualities that confer dignity to life, at every stage of illness.
Fondazione ANT is the largest non-profit organization in Italy for social and health free home care for cancer patients. Since 1985 ANT has assisted over 138,000 patients, completely free of charge, with multi-disciplinary teams in 31 provinces in 11 Italian regions (Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy, Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Tuscany, Lazio, Marche, Campania, Basilicata, Puglia, Umbria). - ANT (ant.it)
Rotaract Club Milano
The club, despite being slowed down by the COVID-19 pandemic, continues to maintain a number of other fundraising campaigns.
Through a free donation you will be able to participate in your own little in the social growth of this planet.
"Small steps can make a big impact."
BENEFICIARY: Rotaract Club Milano
IBAN: IT75 B 0569 601610 000006598X30
BRANCH: Banca Popolare di Sondrio - Via Bocconi, 8