Insuramore has made a commitment to supporting worthy causes worldwide by donating 10% of its gross earnings (profit) each year to the following charitable organizations, divided equally between them.
4 Paws for Ability (www.4pawsforability.org)
4 Paws for Ability is an Ohio-based non-profit organization whose mission is to place quality service dogs with children with disabilities and veterans who have lost use of limbs or hearing, and to educate the public regarding use of service dogs in public places.
Ambition, Aspire, Achieve (www.theaaazone.com)
Our local charity in East London, Ambition, Aspire, Achieve (AAA) provides opportunities for children and young people in the London Borough of Newham and surrounding areas with a particular focus on those most in need, including those with disabilities or additional needs.
Bush Heritage Australia (www.bushheritage.org.au)
Bush Heritage Australia is an independent not-for-profit organization that buys and manages land, and that also partners with Aboriginal people, to conserve the landscapes and native species of Australia in perpetuity.
Centre Flora Tristan (www.centrefloratristan.org)
Located in Châtillon (France), the Centre Flora Tristan, an initiative of SOS Femmes Alternative, provides both short-term and long-term shelter and support to women who are victims of domestic violence, including those accompanied by children.
Deutsche Kinderkrebsstiftung (www.kinderkrebsstiftung.de)
The Deutsche Kinderkrebsstiftung (German Children’s Cancer Foundation) is a non-profit organization based in Bonn that is committed to fighting cancer in children and adolescents, and to helping those affected in dealing with the disease.
Findacure is a charity that is focused on building the rare disease community to drive research and to develop treatments. It empowers patient groups to build their patient community, to develop their own charities, to drive treatment research and development, and to promote collaborations between rare disease stakeholders with a view to facilitating the development of treatments.
Project Return (www.projectreturn.org.uk)
Project Return is a grant-giving organisation which works primarily in Vietnam; key objectives are to advance self-sufficiency through education and training, and to improve health. Through local knowledge, it makes a significant difference to those who are finding it difficult to find a way out of poverty and a route to supporting themselves.
Sporting Chance (www.sportingchance.co.za)
Based in West Lake (South Africa), the prime objective of Sporting Chance is to provide opportunities for sporting achievement for as many children as possible – irrespective of race, gender or social class – by offering professional coaching within all community sectors.
Young Actors Theatre (www.youngactors.org.uk)
Young Actors Theatre is a community of young actors with its own theatre and professional agency based in Islington (London). It offers drama for young people aged up to 24 and has over 800 members. Moreover, it represents over 200 young actors who work professionally.