Help a Syrian Refugee CES Baby

Amina lives in a refugee camp on the border of Turkey.
She was born with Cat Eye Syndrome.

During a war you can also dies

For a lack of treatment of diseases which, however serious,
can be healed.

Our Causes

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ADOPT AMINA

 Amina is a little Syrian who lives with her father in a refugee camp on the border of Turkey. She was born with Cat Eye Syndrome.  Help us to pay the medical costs of this surgery and the future ones she will need.
Give her a better future.

RAISED: € 200,00  |  GOAL: €15000,00

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A NEW GUIDE DOG FOR AYDIN

Aydin is a child with CES. Pet Therapy was his greatest support in the hospital for his more than 33 operations, but now his faithful companion is gone.
Give him a new friend who knows how to support and guide him.

RAISED: € 600,000  |  GOAL: € 3000,00

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RAISE AWARENESS

No one more than a child knows how to face life. Adults often forget the importance of a smile even for no reason, but a child never forgets it. Help us keep it always high!
Become a smile ambassador with us!

RAISED: € 400,00  |  GOAL: € 5000,00

We are registered non-profit charitable organization (NGO) founded for taking care of all people affected by Cat Eye Syndrome and correlated malformations

Our Video Presentation

What is Cat Eye Syndrome?
What is Cat Eye Syndrome International onlus?
Why is it founded and which projects does it carry out?
Find out with this short video.

Italian audio. Don't forget to activate English subtitles.

Our Video Presentation

What is Cat Eye Syndrome?
What is Cat Eye Syndrome International onlus?
Why is it founded and which projects does it carry out?
Find out with this short video.

Italian audio. Don't forget to activate English subtitles.

Our Mission

Patient Help

To be a reference point - to hearken and debate - for all people affected with CES or similar malformations.

Family Support

To give any kind of support needed to CES families in order to help them to face the difficulties related with the syndrome.

Awareness

To fundraise in order to spread a worldwide awareness of the syndrome, acknowledging about its existence.

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