A support, a simple gesture for our friends of the world

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SOURRIRE asbl (SOUtien between Residents and Refugees through Integration, Respect and Self-Esteem) was created with the aim of energizing and strengthening links between human beings in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

Indeed, each of us goes through difficult life events at times that create loss of self-confidence, isolation and negative affects.

With our association we want to bring back the smile and the joy of life to the people

organising solidarity events, cultural outings, evenings of exchanges from around the world

and solidarity meals.

If you want to contribute to your collective well-being on your scale, you can help us fund our dream and help suffering people regain their balance.

This prize pool will help us finance a place of sharing and also a position for a person in charge of welcoming and offering a humane, dignified and comforting listening to all who are in need.

No matter the language, religion, age and culture, Sister will smile at you.

Here you can directly and with a click, participate in this prize pool.

  • Everyone participates in the amount they want.
  • All payments are secure.

Want to help us collect more donations? Share this prize pool!

Thank you all!

LIVING TOGETHER

Here is a resource that includes 35 fact sheets to address tolerance, racism, justice and the pursuit of the common good." Alexandre Chenette, a Quebec professor, puts online a guide of 35 fact sheets to fight racism. Among the fact sheets of formulas that are not often heard in France as "cultural integration", "interculturalism" or "systemic racism".


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LIVING TOGETHER

Here is a resource developed in 35 sheets to address tolerance, racism, justice and the pursuit of the common good." Alexandre Chenette, a Quebec professor, puts online 35 fact sheets to fight racism. Among the fact sheets of formulas that are not often heard in France as "cultural integration", "interculturalism" or "systemic racism".