Private financiers, fund-raising and lotteries

The Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland raises funds by traditional methods, such as dedicated fund-raising for specific projects, general fund-raising and lotteries. The Organisation also accepts bequests and other donations.

Support us by donating

You can support our operations by donating to our account FI22 5780 2420 0023 89, please use the reference number 65100. Donations can also be made through our donation site. The Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland uses donation site proceeds to purchase portable oxygen concentrators/medical appliances for health care services for lending to patients.

Breathe Easy fund-raising drive

The funds raised are mainly used to purchase appliances needed by respiratory patients (e.g. portable oxygen concentrators). The devices are donated to central hospitals, which then loan them to patients. A portion of the proceeds is used for guidance and raising awareness (guides, websites, training events). Read more about the Breathe Easy fund-raising drive.

Fund-raising is regulated by the Money Collection Act

The National Police Board has granted fund-raising permit POL-2014-12313 to the Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland. The validity of the permit is conditional on approved accounts of previous fund-raising.

The Heli lottery

Take part in the Heli lottery and support our activities! The organisation of lotteries is regulated by the Lotteries Act. The National Police Board has granted lottery permit RA/2017/63 to the Organisation for

Respiratory Health in Finland. The validity of the permit is conditional on approved accounts of previous lotteries.

Bequests

The Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland also accepts bequests. If you are considering a bequest, please read the will guidelines below. They describe the fundamentals of the operations of the Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland and HES Foundation, along with the uses of bequests and other donations.

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