Who’s your smile for?

#SmileForDonuts this International Donut Day, and share your joy with people who truly need it. The most delicious way to help out is here.

Explore all the good causes below.
 
 

Good causes

Hospitality Action (UK)

Hospitality Action was established in 1837 and has since offered vital assistance to all who work, or have worked within hospitality in the UK. Whatever challenge you face - from physical illness or mental health issues to financial difficulty, family problems to addiction - Hospitality Action is there to get you back on your feet again.

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Hospitality Action (UK)

Úsmev ako dar (Slovakia)

Úsmev ako dar is the oldest and largest non-governmental organization operating in the field of alternative care and assistance to vulnerable families in Slovakia.

It supports children and young people in centers for children and families (CDR - former children's homes) and helps young people after leaving CDR. It educates those interested in surrogate parenting and accompanies surrogate families. It helps families in difficult life situations, expands family circles around the child to keep the family together, and builds centers to help families in need. Úsmev ako dar networks and educates professionals, professionals and volunteers.

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Úsmev ako dar (Slovakia)

Sanus (Croatia)

Sanus was founded in 1990 at the initiative of the parents of sick children and the medical staff of the Hemato-Oncology Department of the Clinical Hospital Center Split. The organisation deals with the protection of children suffering from and treated for malignant diseases, and their families.

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Sanus (Croatia)

Lykkeliga (Denmark)

Lykkeliga is a handball league for children with developmental disabilities aged 5-15. LykkeLiga aims to create more smiles, laughter and positive experiences for children with developmental disabilities and their families. The method is sport, movement and social communities, where the whole family is involved. LykkeLiga aims to turn children with intellectual disabilities into heroes, top scorers and team players. Families who have for once stepped out of the pervasive correctness of special education are cheering in the stands.

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Lykkeliga (Denmark)

Salvation Army (The Netherlands)

The Salvation Army is a movement of faith, love, hope and perspective. The Army was founded on the conviction that every human being has the right to hear the message of God's love for all people, a dignified existence and recognition.

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Salvation Army (The Netherlands)

Belgian Federation of Food Banks (Belgium)

The Belgian Federation of Food Banks is a coordinating body that represents a national network of 9 regional Food Banks. These 9 Food Banks are responsible for the logistic redistribution of food to local member associations. The objective of the Food Banks is to provide food assistance to people in need.

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Belgian Federation of Food Banks (Belgium)

Radost dětem (Czech)

Radost dětem was founded by Kateřina Wich in 2011 as a charity project. Her goal then was (and still is) to create an organization that will help children across the Czech Republic, especially children with serious illnesses or children from orphanages.

Her goal was to create a group of people who really wanted to help, without any fee, so that every donation would be used in full for the needs of sick children and their families. She still does this today.

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Radost dětem (Czech)

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