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We, as GOFITBOSS, are motivated by our purpose of contributing to the construction of a better future for our children, as we strongly believe that all children should have access to basic conditions, such as access to health, hygiene, housing, food, education and recreation. Therefore, we support different charitable organizations that carry out the work of welcoming street children, supporting children who are victims of abuse or are in risk. In Brazil alone, tens of thousands of children live on the streets or in precarious conditions, making them even more vulnerable. That is why we support these local and international partners, who strive every day to ensure a better life for all children around the world. Support this cause and make a difference with us.

Monte Salém

"Monte Salém is a non-profit, philanthropic institution that was founded in 2002 with the aim of caring for children aged 0 to 12 under socially risky conditions. The organization uses targeted measures to offer children at risk a safe home. The organization supports the children Among other things, with books, toys and other knowledge-enhancing and fun activities. It also strengthens the family bond between the children and their families and enables children without a family to be adopted. Monte Salém was founded with the aim of welcoming children at risk and those who are more sexual Abuse, domestic violence, physical and psychological abuse and existential fears are normal everyday life. The needs of these children are met with love, respect and financial support so that they can develop properly in society.."

The little Nazareno

"The Little Nazareno has existed for over 25 years and has become the largest aid organization for street children in Brazil. The aid organization of the same name “O pequeno Nazareno” was founded by the German-born Bernardo Rosemeyer.

The aid organization works and helps street children in Brazil in various ways. There are two children's villages for street children in Brazil. One near the metropolis of Fortaleza and one near the metropolis of Recife. There is also a town house in Manaus. In these children's villages the street children, who often lived for several years under the most miserable conditions on the street, receive school and vocational training and the way into a new future is prepared for them. In addition to the children's villages, Little Nazareno also works primarily in the families from which the children once ran away. The parents and siblings of the street children can take part in vocational courses and they are helped, for example, to find a job. Often only minor changes are needed to free the whole family from their plight with the aim that the street children are also reintegrated into the family. On the political level, the Little Nazareno has started a nationwide campaign with the aim of getting all organizations trying to help street children to come to one table and to establish uniform guidelines for working with street children. The Ministry for Children, Youth and Family recently asked Little Nazareno to draw up guidelines for new laws that would enable street children to be helped with efficient care and to enable them to lead a decent life."