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In Albania, donations go a long way in helping to support the people and the country.
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One of the most significant ways you can help support Albania is by making a donation. Your donation helps to fund essential services that contribute to a better quality of life for everyone in Albania. It also helps to promote and protect the rights of people who are most vulnerable in society.

Your donations make it possible to provide:

Without your generous support, organizations would not be able to continue their vital work in Albania.

Photo of a statue in Kruja - Albania by Ergys Temali on Unsplash
Photo by Ergys Temali on Unsplash
Photo of a lake and mountains in Albania by Yves Alarie on Unsplash
Photo by Yves Alarie on Unsplash
Photo of a townscape in Berat, Albania by Datingjungle on Unsplash
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Why charitable support for Albania is important

There are many reasons why charitable support for Albania is important. First and foremost, some Albanian citizens live below the poverty line, which means they may have limited access to education, healthcare and other basic needs.

Albania is a relatively young country. It only became independent from the Ottoman Empire in 1912 and then spent much of the 20th century under communist rule. As a result, it is still developing its infrastructure and institutions. Charitable support can help Albanian organizations to build capacity and improve services.

Three ways you can support Albanian causes
  1. One way you can help support Albania is by making a donation to a local Albanian charity. There are many charities that focus on helping Albanian children and families in need.

  2. You can also help support Albania by taking part in local fundraising events. Many events are organized to raise money for Albanian causes, such as education and health care.

  3. Finally, you can help support Albania simply by spreading the word about the country and its culture. Tell your friends and family about Albania, and share your positive experiences if you have any.

What makes Albania unique About Albania

Albania is a small country located in the Balkans with a population of about 3 million people. It is bordered by Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Greece. The capital city is Tirana and the official language is Albanian. The currency is the Lek.

Some things that make Albania unique are:

  • The Albanian Riviera which has pristine beaches and clear waters
  • Its variety of landscapes including mountains, forests, valleys and lakes
  • Albania is home to some rare animals such as the lynx, bear, and wildcat
  • There are over 300 castles and fortresses located throughout the country
  • Albania has a rich history dating back to Illyrian times.
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Hasene Australia
Hasene Australia
ABN 21615411508
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Hasene Australia provides benevolent relief to disadvantaged persons or communities regardless of race, gender, religion and nationality by running projects and campaigns in Australia and across the world. For more information please visit:
Optima Consortium For Decision Science
Optima Consortium For Decision Science
ABN 26613442863
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We provided services that improved decision making around health delivery choices in the areas of HIV, viral hepatitis, Tuberculosis, maternal and child health, nutrition, COVID19, malaria and health systems investment within Australia and in overseas jurisdictions (reports and details available from We increased capacity of health decisionmakers in many countries through the provision of training around our tools and health modelling more broadly (detail available through
MS Base Foundation
MS Base Foundation
The MSBase Foundation's mission is to provide the MSBase Registry research platform, locallyinstalled data collection tools, and administrative research support to specialist clinics and hospitals to enable collaborative outcomes and epidemiologic research for the benefit of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and other neuroimmunological diseases (NIDs) worldwide. During 2020:* MSBase provided freely available dataentry and visualisation software tools (MDS and iMed) and a research registry (the MSBase Registry) to clinicians and researchers participating in the MSBase collaboration with the aim of benefitting clinicians who treat patients in clinic, and their patients. This is done by way of longitudinal data collection which allows closer disease monitoring including graphing of scores and other criteria specifically in people with MS or other supported NIDs. The tools are also able to transmit pseudonymised data from consented patients at participating clinics to the MSBase Registry, enabling collaborative research on a worldwide scale.* MSBase built new modules into the software tools and continued to improve existing features and functionality in the tools and the Registry, including a new module for Pregnancy in MS, modules dedicated to patient reporting and new neuroimmunological disease modules. MSBase now supports neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMO/NMOSD) and is soon to launch the new myasthenia gravis (MG) module. * MSBase encouraged and facilitated investigatorinitiated research projects and copublished ten new collaborative peerreviewed research articles in highranking scientific journals.* MSBase provided an opportunity for participating physicians and researchers to contribute to the scientific leadership of the organisation and supported young medical scientists in the area of neuroimmunology by providing a fellowship award.
Islamic Relief Australia
Islamic Relief Australia
ABN 82147006639
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Funds were raised from the Australian community through events, online donations, and collections at religious places of worship, shopping centres and other public spaces. These funds then contributed to programs relating to three categories emergency response, development and seasonal welfare. Our emergency response program included assisting internally displaced people in Syria, assisting people affected by earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia, winter support for communities in India, providing assistance to people affected by drought in Kenya. Our development program included supporting Syrian refugees in Jordan, an educational space project in Indonesia, support for rehabilitation services in Lebanon, income generation for Rohingya people in Myanmar; DRR & sustainable livelihoods in Indonesia. Our Seasonal and welfare program involved the sponsoring of orphan children and distributing food packs to the less fortunate in Ramadan as well as the Qurban program which distributed meat to those in need on Eid. Finally our work in Australia centred on fundraising, marketing and communications in support of our mission as well as our local program working with vulnerable families. More information:
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee,
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee,
ABN 79159967549
Endorsed DGR Item 1
The Joint is providing critical welfare services for tens of thousands of impoverished and isolated Jews in over 70 countries around the world. In Israel, the Joint is increasing independence, opportunities and support for vulnerable Israelis, especially the elderly, disabled, children at risk and the chronically unemployed in over 70 countries around the world. The Joint also provides emergency humanitarian aid in a nonsectarian capacity to victims of natural and manmade disaster in effected regions around the world.
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Why do Albanian-focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

There are a number of reasons why Albanian-focused charities and nonprofits need funds. One reason is that these organizations often lack the financial resources to carry out their work effectively. Additionally, they may need funds to cover operational costs or to expand their programs and services. Additionally, many charities and non-profits rely on donations from individuals, businesses, and foundations to support their work.

What are some ways donations are used to support Albania?

Some organizations use donations to support Albania by providing financial assistance, economic development programs, healthcare services, and education. Other ways organizations use donations to support Albania include providing infrastructure development assistance such as building roads and bridges, donating supplies and equipment, and supporting environmental protection initiatives.

How do I know my donation is going to help Albania?

The best way to know that your donation is going to help Albania is by research. Try to find organizations that are doing work in Albania and see how they are using donations. Also, look at their financials to see where the money is going. You can also contact the organization directly and ask them how your donation will be used.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on Albania, aside from donations?

There are a few ways you can support charities and nonprofits that focus on Albania, aside from donations. You can spread awareness about the work that they do, volunteer your time or skills to help them out, or raise money for them through events or campaigns. Whatever you do, make sure you research the charity or nonprofit first to ensure that your efforts are going to a reputable and effective organization.

Donate to Albania and help to build a better future!

Your generosity provides much-needed resources to Albanian charities working day and night to end poverty, protect the environment and defend human rights.

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