Donations can be made directly into Tamanna's bank account:
Bank Audi Gefinor Branch
Account # 408019/02
Your automatic monthly contribution can help us ensure that each and every wish is granted. You can make the dreams of children come true without even noticing the amount each month. Even a small amount can make a difference.
If you choose to make a gift in memory or in honor of a loved one, we can send a card on your behalf. When you send your contribution, please include:
Celebrating an occasion like a wedding, birthday, or anniversary? You can share the joy of your special day by helping make a child's wish come true. Place cards inserts are available to ask guests to make a donation to Tamanna in your honor in lieu of gifts, adding a special touch to your celebration.
You can make sure that your legacy lives on by helping us to grant wishes for years to come. Your legacy can help fund Tamanna in the long term, creating a lasting memory of yourself and ensuring that you will help children after you have passed away. Examples of legacy giving:
If your company is interested in supporting Tamanna, below are just a few examples of how you can help:
There are many other donations in kind, with which you can help us. If your company can support us in this way, please call (961) 1 99 89 95 / 70 11 47 18 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some donors like to sponsor the cost of a particular wish, knowing that they've enabled us to make an entire wish come true. The cost of granting a wish can vary from a few hundred dollars to many thousand dollars. To discuss how you or your company can sponsor a wish for a child living with a critical illness, please call (961) 1 99 89 95 / 70 11 47 18 or email us at email@example.com.
Students of all ages can create and manage fundraising projects to help Tamanna children. The Kids program lets children discover the joy of giving and making a wish come true. They also develop team spirit as they work towards a common goal. Through this program, students can make a real difference in the lives of children who are battling critical illnesses. Project ideas: