The obligation of any individual or organization that has achieved stability and welfare is to make a contribution to development of certain processes - a joint effort to make the surrounding environment thrive as well.
During its operation, the bank has not only grown to become a powerful international institution providing financial services, but became a good example of how much may be achieved with a team driven by family virtues and a strong sense of heritage.
As a testament to the bank’s socially responsible contribution to achieving goals of public importance, bank established the charity foundation in December 2013. Its goal is to promote entrepreneurs’ awareness of life’s greatest values, supporting the development of a well-educated, socially active society.
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The eight-year-old Katrīna Roze studies in the 2nd form of the Riga Estonian School. The opportunity to study at a regular school is the result of hard struggle, since Katrīna was born with the diagnosis of spina bifida – a defect in her backbone. This diagnosis also means incomplete spinal cord development. Katrīna is paralyzed below the lumbar part of the spine and has already undergone a series of operations. Thanks to physical therapy, tireless work, and high-quality orthoses, the girl can move around in a wheelchair, as well as walk indoors. Katrīna’s daily life is not just about the school and physical therapy – the girl is into many out-of-school activities.
Little Everts is five years old. Born without the ability to see, he mostly perceives the world around him through the senses of touch, hearing, and taste. More...
A Special Friend for a Special Child: Elīna and CorrieElīna is a cheerful seventeen-year-old girl from Liepupe with a thirst for knowledge who loves spending time with her classmates. More...
Kirils is a talented young man living in a small Karosta flat with his parents. He is in the 8th grade at the Liepāja Secondary School No. 3, and attends the Liepāja 2nd music school. More...
When he was one year old, Roberts was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, expecting that the boy would never walk or talk. More...
BlueOrange Charity is an independent public organisation devoting its activities primarily to charity and support for the most socially vulnerable parts of the community, with particular focus on children with special needs.
The fund is open to new cooperation and is thankful to each new donor that supports our projects and shares our idea of doing good deeds together.
BlueOrange Charity operates on the basis of its articles of association, as well as defined guidelines and priorities. It has public benefit organization status, allowing contributors to receive income tax rebates.
BlueOrange Charity does not charge any commission. 100% of all amounts donated go towards the stated charitable goals. The fund’s administrative costs are not covered by donations.
Registered office: Smilšu iela 6, Rīga, LV-1050, Latvija
Business address: Mazā Pils iela 13, Rīga, LV-1050, Latvija
Reg. No. 50008218201
Account No. LV59 CBBR 1123 2155 0001 0
Ingrīda Šmite, Board member, BlueOrange Charity