Charity programme

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Committed to caring for those in most need

As part of its commitment to responsible and ethical business, the EPTDA started its very own Charity Programme in 2007 with the aim of contributing to the welfare of society and the environment. Besides allocating a share of its budget to selected causes, the EPTDA also invites its members to participate in a joint effort to strive for a better world.


At EPTDA Rome convention 2017, the association will support Peter Pan charity that has the mission to implement support actions in favour of children and adolescents with onco-hematological diseases and their families - especially supporting those families who do not reside at the place of care - creating support structures that facilitate and welcome them during the whole period of therapy.

At EPTDA Berlin convention 2016, the association will support Die Arche a charity organisation that fights against children poverty.


At EPTDA Barcelona convention 2015, the association will support Fundació Magone- a charity organisation that helps children and youth in need.


At the 2014 Istanbul convention, EPTDA chose to donate to Tohum (Turkey Autism Early Diagnosis and Education Foundation), based in Istanbul. Tohum is a health and education organisation that seeks to ensure early diagnosis of children with autism and pervasive development disorders, striving to help them play an active part in society. The collected funds will cover full one-year scholarships for two children with autism.


For the Annual Convention in Venice, EPTDA has partnered with IESCUM Italy, Istituto Europeo per lo Studio del Comportamento Umano, (European Institute for the study of Behavior), which aims aims to foster the scientific study and the advancement of research in, and applications to, human behavior in the broadest sense.


Furthering its ethical commitment and actions, the EPTDA has partnered with ABCReal Portugal, supporting the treatment of autistic children.


EPTDA has joined hands with the Hungarian Together for Children with Tumor Foundation. This non-profit Foundation was established in 1999 with the aim of supporting the work of the Hungarian Paediatric Oncology Network in treating children who suffer from serious illnesses, based at the SE Paediatric Clinic, Tuzolto Street (Budapest). Donations can be made on the enclosed registration form under “charity donation”.


EPTDA once again focused on children, donating over EUR 7,000 to a Maltese not-for-profit organisation – Puttinu Cares Children's Cancer Support Group.


The EPTDA pursued its commitment to improving the welfare of society by teaming up with the Italian Telefono Azzurro Onlus Foundation. The Foundation, which fights for the protection of children, received EUR 6,000+ from the EPTDA and its members, which was used to enhance the call centre services of Telefono Azzurro.


EPTDA devoted its charity efforts to special projects endorsed by the Belgian King Baudouin Foundation, joining forces with the VVA - Vlaamse Vereniging Autisme (Flemish Autism Association) - to support the cause of autistic children. The VVA invested the EPTDA’s donation, worth EUR 10,000, in the development of a new interactive website.


UNICEF was the first large organisation to benefit from the EPTDA’s Charity Programme. The collected donation of EUR 12,500 benefited the "Schools for Africa" project, dedicated to creating access to safe drinking water and hygienic sanitation facilities in six sub-Saharan African countries.

For further information about donations, please click here

For discovering the list of major charitable organizations/associations, please click here

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