• Join us on our quest to help the forgotten Europe

    Loza Foundation works for the most vulnerable people in the poorest countries of Europe. The foundation was founded in 2017.

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  • Aid projects

    Loza Foundation runs aid projects for the most vulnerable people in Bosnia and Macedonia.

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  • The forgotten Europe featured in Swedish newspaper

    In January 2019, the Loza Foundation, together with reporters from Swedish newspaper Göteborgs-Posten, traveled to Special Institution Demir Kapija in Macedonia. In a series of articles they describe the situation at the institution, the vulnerability and the crying need for help.

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  • Cycle4Europe

    In September 2019, Cycle4Europe will for the first time have its charity event cycling through some of Europe’s poorest countries. The event is organized with the aim to benefit Europe’s most vulnerable people.

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  • Support Loza

    As a monthly giver you support the most vulnerable people in Europe and give them a chance for a better future.

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Welcome to Loza Foundation, we work to help the most vulnerable people in the poorest countries of Europe – the forgotten Europe. Thanks to contributions from private individuals as well as large corporations tangible, hands-on projects can be carried out on site in these areas.

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Samira

30 March, 2022

Samira, six years old, is given a proper home thanks to a partnership with Swedish companies

Towards the end of 2021, Loza Foundation started collaborating with 14 companies where the aim was to work together to reduce extreme poverty and help some of the poorest families in Europe to a sustainable life. The partnership is based on the UN’s Global Goals with a particular focus on Goal no. 1, i.e. No […]

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30 March, 2022

Companies are partnering up with Loza Foundation to reduce poverty and create a more sustainable development in Europe

With the help of the 14 partner companies, Loza has already achieved several tangible results in the first three months of the year. A story worth highlighting is the story of six-year-old Samira and her family and how they, thanks to the Loza collaboration with companies, have been given their first fully-functioning home.

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23 November, 2021

Fifteen people are moving out of the Demir Kapija Institution

Ever since the founder of Loza Foundation, Sabina Grubbeson, visited the institution in Demir Kapija in North Macedonia in 2016 and revealed that the living conditions were much worse than most people could imagine, the aim has been crystal clear for Sabina: All the residents should have a reasonable life with good living conditions. 

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We have seen a gap in the welfare of Europe. Forgotten places where people live in inhumane conditions, where the social security network is insufficient and does not serve or take care of everyone. Please, in order to help these people, contribute to Loza Foundation so that we can make a difference.

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Background

The Loza Foundation charity was established in 2017 by Sabina Grubbeson as a reaction to the vulnerable, exposed situations she witnessed while she travelled around in North Macedonia and investigated the current state of affairs at various orphanages and institutions. The foundation was established with the aim and intention of defending the rights of vulnerable people, allowing them to feel safe and secure and giving them the option of a longer, healthier life. Loza will work to improve the living standards of children and adults living in inhumane, undignified conditions. For a social sustainable development in the poorest parts of Europe.

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Our projects

In the autumn of 2017, we started the first project, which is in Macedonia, at the Special Institution in Demir Kapija. In June 2018, we started aid projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Loza – The film about extreme poverty.

The world agreed on the global goals, the first was no poverty. Loza Foundation will not leave anyone behind. In this film you’ll experience everyday life through some of the people living in extreme poverty in North Macedonia, their challenges and how we are trying to change their situation for the better.

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