Charities 2024

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The following charities have registered and accepted terms and conditions before November 29th, 2023.

If you want to have your charity on the list contact before the end of day November 28th, 2023

    Forget-me-not Charity

    Forget-me-not Charity (Icelandic: Gleym mér ei) is a non-profitable organisation that helps parents who have lost a child during pregnancy or during/after birth. Gleym Mér Ei - Styrktarfélag (

    Gunnar Karl's Memorial Fund

    Gunnar Karl's memorial fund is established in memory of Gunnar Karl Haraldsson, who died on February 28, 2021 after a battle with cancer. At a young age he was diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis (NF1), a disease that had great impact on his quality of life. The objective of the fund is to support his passion for equal rights of disabled people. The fund provides to persons with disabilities financial assistance for studies, leisure, and sports activities and to projects that support the participation of disabled people equally with others in the society. Minningarsjóður Gunnars Karls (

    Icelandic Childhood Cancer Parent Organization

    12-14 children aged 0-18, are diagnosed with cancer every year in Iceland. The Icelandic Cancer Parent Organization (SKB) is a non-profit organization that was founded in order to fight for the children’s and their families’ rights and interests, and support them both financially and socially. SKB also supports doctors, nurses, and other professionals in acquiring skills and knowledge by having them attend conferences and seminars that directly benefit the members. Styrktarfélag krabbameinssjúkra barna (

    Kraftur, organization for young adults diagnosed with cancer and relatives

    Kraftur is an organization that supports young adults diagnosed with cancer from the age of 18 to 40 years old and relatives from 18 years old. You can get various support at Kraftur, such as financial support, consultation, peer support, coaching, etc. You can see the support you can get at Kraftur here below. Kraftur’s services are generally free for members. English - Kraftur

    MS-Society of Iceland

    Multiple Sclerosis is one of the most common neurological diseases that affect young people and around 25 are diagnosed with MS in Iceland each year, most of them aged 20-40. The MS-Society provides both people with MS and their relatives with advice, information and support. English | MS félag Íslands (

    Samtokin '78 - National Queer Organization

    Samtökin ‘78 - the National Queer Organisation is Iceland’s oldest LGBTI+ organisation, founded in 1978. We strive to support our community in every way we can. We provide education on LGBTI+ issues in schools and workplaces, we provide queer people, friends and family with free access to counsellors, we fight for better legal rights, we create social spaces for queer people, host events celebrating queer people and so much more. English - Samtökin '78 (

    The Alzheimers Association of Iceland

    The Alzheimer's Association is an association of relatives and benefactors of people with dementia. The aim of the association is to protect the interests of its clients, strengthen the co-operation and cohesion of relatives through educational meetings and publishing activities and increase the understanding of the government, the health profession and the general public about the problems these individuals and their families face. Alzheimersamtökin

    Trans Allies

    Trans Allies for parents and relatives of trans children in Iceland. The goal of Trans Allies is to strengthen social bonds between parents and legal guardians and trans children, teenagers and adult trans individuals, promote social activities for trans children and teenagers and those unsure of their gender identity, support and promote the initiative of all parents/legal guardians of trans individuals to host events where all members of Trans Allies have equal opportunity to participate. Transvinir – Trans Allies

    Trans Iceland

    Trans Iceland was founded in the year 2007 and has been active ever since. Trans Iceland is a community-led trans rights advocacy organization for trans people in Iceland and has throughout the years been the main advocacy organization for trans people in Iceland. Trans Iceland works closely with other queer organizations in Iceland and is an interest member of Samtökin '78.


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