As of 30 June 2017 we have 236 Children’s Home Friends who support us with any amount each month by direct debit. In total, our Children’s Home Friends have donated SEK 1,401,006. That’s absolutely fantastic! But we need more Children’s Home Friends because together with our main sponsors they represent a future for Happy Child and the children's home. Do you want to join them?
So far, 1,599 people have helped us and the children’s home by making one or more donations each. Overall, these amazing people have donated SEK 2,249,722 (as of 30 June 2017).
So far, 115 companies and organizations have helped us and the children’s home by contributing SEK 859,420 (as of 30 June 2017).
ADS Entertainment, Agoodid AB, Anderzon Care Sweden AB, Anna Nygrens Minnesfond Livshopp, Backahill Fastigheter, Bilder till Salu, Bohmans Nätverk, Borgs Församling, Children's Books for Change - Mikael Rosengren and Märta Lindqvist, City-Kliniken/Göteborg, Conny Noremark Produktion, Daniel Sarabia, Datakul, Etage International AB, Farinotti Ord & Bild, Femina, Föreningen Fiesta Eksjö, Gekå Konsult, Go.Tackolov, Godegårds Kyrkliga Syförening, Hantverksföreningens damklubb i Nyköping, Hasse Karlsson Byggadministration AB, HCM Partner in Sweden AB, Hoist Hospitality Group, Jenniferfonden, Kockarna & Co AB, Konferenspoolen AB, Kristdemokraternas Riksdagskansli, Laisa Hammarberg, Le Bureau Suede, AB, Markus Wagners Bygg AB, Metoden Agenturer, Mindshare Sweden, Nasala Utskottet, Nordea Finans, Odd Fellow, Rebeckalogen nr 46/Emma Zom, Ordlandslaget AB, Rädda Barnens lokalförening Sundsvall, Round Table Östhammar, The Foam Company - Mats Carlsson, Scotten IT-consulting AB, 6KInvest AB, Siljan Skog AB, Slagstaskolan, Strömmaskolans personal, Sätila, Telesport, TKF Transportkonsulter, Undici Restaurang & Bar, Vikingaskolan Haninge, Viksjöskolan, Westman Import, Wetterling Gallery
PS. Please contact us if your company has donated money and is not listed here. We have tried to reach all companies to get approval before publication but have not been able to contact all of them.
We would also like to mention and thank the companies, organizations and individuals who have helped and continue to help us by contributing their time and knowledge. They helped us during the start-up of Happy Child, and throughout the audit, development of our brochure, translations, organizing our events and much, much more. Their help is invaluable and it’s impossible to give economic value to it. Thanks for all you do for us!
Anne Andersen, AD&D, Ann-Charlotte Jåfs, Anders Westman, Andersonpocket, Anna Karlsson, Anna Qvennerstedt, Bilder till Salu, Bjäre Bokhandel, Björn Axen, Claes Janson, Claes Malmberg, Dansmuseet, David Wagner, Dennis Eriksson, Digaloo, Elsa Noremark, Eksjö Stadsfest, Erik Stålbo/Printley, Euterpes Kammarkör, FAB Sthlm, Faber Castell, Fanny Modig, First Hotel Garden i Malmö, Fritidsresor, Fredrik Boltes, George Fame, Granit, Hannes Hultkrantz, Hayati Kafe, Hélén Benno, Hot Corner, Ingvor Farinotte, Jan & Mony Kanevad, Jan Lundgren, Jennie Aronsson, Johan Wistrand, Jonas Frank, Julia Koponen, Julie & Clark, Kent Jansen, Delikatessgrossisten och Kvalitetsvin, Kjell Bergqvist, Kneisel, Kristin Kaspersen, Lars Fryklund, Lifeline Entertainment, Linda Öberg, Lithells, Liza Haffenberg, Ljud och Bild media/Rickard Åhsted, Marcus Dunberg, Maria Lindqvist, Mats Jernström på TMG Sthlm, Mattias Svensson, Max Ström, Mia Bodén, Mia Strandell, Miriam Aida, Musik i Syd i Malmö, Nathalie Bergqvist, Natur och Kultur, Nescafe Dolco Gusto, Nife Entreprenad, Ogilvy Group, Palladium i Malmö, Olivia Trygg, Oscars Kyrkan, PA och Co, Paolo Roberto, Peder Molin och Team Winemaster, Pernilla Wahlgren, Per-Oscar Nilsson, Pocketshop, Point 65, Rentevent, Restaurang Årstiderna i Kockska Huset, Riche, Scaleteatern, Succéevent, Strömsholms Djursjukhus, Summit, Susanne Liljenberg, Svante Berglund, TBWA, Tommy Lundqvist, Tourism Authority of Thailand, Traffic, Tryffelfabriken, Vivian Buczek, Yvonne Ryding, Zoltan Csörsz, Åsa Schoening
Among our main sponsors are both larger and smaller companies, a kindergarten and private individuals.
The main sponsors include the companies and individuals who have donated a larger lump sum or support us regularly with donations.
Since the home opened, our main sponsors have together donated SEK 2,567,394 (as of 30 June 2017).
La Perle Haircare AB/maria nila
Fritids GIII:an i Bromma
Montana Nack & Ryggklinik, Nacka
Fotograf Patrik Dahlen
Mediationsgruppen i Göteborg
Trubadur Andreas Magnusson
Petroteknik, Jan Ageheim
Kaffe och Drömmar
Sol - Skandinaviska Ortopedtekniska Laboratoriet (www.sol.nu)
Kjell Bergqvist and his family have been an important part of Happy Child and the children’s home from the start.
He and his family have privately donated large sums of money. Kjell has also helped the children’s home and Happy Child by participating in many of our events, and not least in terms of getting information about the children’s home seen and heard in every possible, and many seemingly impossible, contexts.
Every time he and his family visit Thailand they come and say hello to the children at the home, which means that he has great insight into the children’s home and he knows the children and the staff. We are extremely grateful that we have been given a place in Kjell's big, warm heart.
Kjelles Taveresa was founded by actor Kjell Bergqvist and artist Emil Grönholm.
Emil Grönholm paints portraits of famous Swedes who then auctioned on Facebook.
The idea was brought to life when Emil repainted the walls at Kjelle’s - in other words, when two kind souls met. Emil who loves to paint, Kjelle who has lots of great contacts, and both with a passion for helping others.
It started with two portraits of Kjelle himself and then it took off.
The money they receive divides 50% to Happy Child and Barnhem Muang Mai, and 50% to Walking Pool for Life.
As of 30 June 2017 they have raised SEK 119,400.
T H W T was a follow-up to previous projects by Calle Wollgård for the benefit of Happy Child and Barnhem Muang Mai - the third in the scheme. This time he bicycled around the world together with Eva Eriksson and Lovisa Håkansson.
They started their journey Saturday at Barnhem Muang Mai Saturday 1st October 2016. And they reached their goal - Barnhem Muang Mai, Saturday 25th November 2017, after they had passed 27 countries, four continents and cycled over 3,000 miles.
In addition to raise funds for Happy Child and the children at Barnhem Muang Mai, they wanted to show that our planet is a great place and that its inhabitants are good people. They succeeded with both - The Happy World Tour managed to raise about 500,000 kronor and only met nice helpful people on their bicyckling adventure around the world.
Johanna Larsson, for most people known as the best tennis player in Sweden, has supported Happy Child for several years donating money for every serve ace she makes.
Starting in 2016, Johanna organises a charity golf tournament during the tennis week in Båstad to raise money for Happy Child and Barnhem Muang Mai.
In 2016 the golf tournament was held at Äppelgårdens GK and raised SEK 24,550 kr and 2017 it was held at Bjäre GK and raised SEK 90,645.
If you are a golfer - keep an eye for the 2018 tournament.
Minilla is a store that is owned and operated by Pernilla Wahlgren and Mia Boden. The store, which is a fashion and interior design shop and have a lovely mix of products and brands, is located on Fleming Street 69 in Stockholm and opened January 31 2015.
Mia and Pernilla has long been engaged in the orphanage and in their store, you can now round up your purchase. The money goes to Happy Child and Barnhem. At the date of 31 August 2016 round up of Minilla contributed SEK 6,246.
Information about Runda Upp (Round Up): Runda Upp Foundation is a fundraising channel for consumers in stores that offers the opportunity to donate money to charity. The consumer chooses to round up the sum of what they buy in the store to an amount that is comfortable, and the money goes to the charity, the current store has chosen to support.
Susanne Karlfeldt was a volunteer at Barnhem in 2015 and made as much impression on the children and the staff as they did on her. Her four months at Barnhem led to her being a part of the family, even after leaving.
We let Susanne tell us more about the book herself:
"In the fall of 2015, I was volunteering at Barnhem for four months. These four months do not get out of the body because they are one of the most amazing I've experienced. Now I want to share my wonderful time with the children and the people of Muang Mai, while continuing to help Barnhem. I do so by selling my diaries from my time at the Barnhem. It's a personal story that I hope can inspire and entertain. Who knows, you might be inspired to do the same. "
The book costs SEK 170 - SEK 70 goes to cover the printing costs and the remaining SEK 100 goes on to the children. As of 30 June 2017 the book has raised
Poker Racing for Charity is an initiative by the driver and co-founder of PWR Racing, Peter "Poker" Wallenberg. In his 2018 STCC initiative, Poker chose to highlight and expose five different non-profit organisations both on his STCC car and on-site during this year's seven weekend races. One of these non-profit organisations was Happy Child.
In the monter for Poker Racing for Charity, the rest of the family at Malmvik - Klara, Vera, Douglas and Agnes-Amalia - was responsible for the sale of a number of products where all profit went to the five non-profit organisations.
2014 Calle Wollgård, along with Christopher Johansson, Tomi Blumen and Fredrik Jessen cycled from Sweden to Phuket in Thailand. A journey spanning 18 countries and 16,000 km. Their objective was the same as Happy Walk – to raise funds for the children at Barnhem.
Happy Tour managed to raise SEK 375,635.
If you want to follow the guys on their trip, you can go into www.happytour.se
The first Music for Life charity concert took place on 3 March 2011.
The concert was organized as a project by Julia Koponen, who was in her final year studying music and production at college in Skara. At Happy Child we have nothing but the highest admiration for Julia's fantastic work.
On stage, she had assembled 16 talented young people and a fantastic children's choir of 12 children who gave the sold-out audience at Skövde City Theatre wonderful musical entertainment for several hours. This concert raised SEK 42,643 for the children’s home and Happy Child.
And then Julia and her friends went and did it all again on 24 March 2012. The second concert raised SEK 42,554 to the children’s home and Happy Child. These amazing young people, in other words danced and sung together the fantastic sum of SEK 85,197.
Happy Walk was started by a great group of friends consisting of Calle Wollgård, Christoffer Collin, Evelina Bodin, Sofia Hagström and Sofie Book. This lovely bunch decided to walk from Bangkok to Phuket for the benefit of the children’s home.
The idea was that anyone who wanted to could give any amount per km walked by the friends. They managed to get all the way and raised a total of SEK 194,559.
Through our events, for 31 December 2016 we have received SEK 636,289.