6 December, 2020

End of 100for100 donation campaign

Thank you for supporting us!

In June 2020, we launched the fundraising campaign 100€ for 100 years, in a moment where SCI was already facing difficult and challenging times and Covid-19 was hitting us hard.

SCI reached out to you, our friends around the world, who want to see SCI bloom as a centenarian, and you responded, helping us in our work for a better future for you and for future generations.

The donation campaign has now officially ended, and we want to thank all the donors and those who helped spreading the campaign!

Thanks to you, the campaign raised a total of 15,270€.

We are really grateful to all of you for making it possible to reach our goal!

Thank you! 15,270€ raised, 47 donations, 76.4% of the 20,000€ goal

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