Support from Caritas Luxembourg and call for solidarity
Monday 24 October 2022
Although the government has taken measures to help the population cope with the increase in energy prices, some people in extremely precarious situations will not be able to access the aid decided by the government. This is the case, among others, for all those who have no social rights in our country. For these people, many of whom have families, the winter is going to be very hard.
Without judging the reasons that prevent them from accessing public aid, Caritas calls for solidarity with the most vulnerable.
Who can benefit from Caritas Luxembourg's financial aid?
- people who live in Luxembourg without a right of residence;
- people who are on the waiting list of the National Register of Natural Persons;
- persons who do not meet the condition of continuous residence during the 12 months preceding the application for assistance;
- under certain conditions, people who have been refused the energy premium under certain conditions.
Caritas Luxembourg's assistance is subsidiary to public assistance. It also depends on the financial means of the organisation. Caritas Luxembourg invites anyone wishing to apply for support to first contact the Social Office in their place of residence.
Contact for the beneficiaries: Mrs Aldina Ganeto Aldina, firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for solidarity
In order to be able to implement this action, Caritas Luxembourg is calling on the generosity of the public. People who wish to support the most vulnerable in our society in the context of the energy crisis can do so by making a donation by transfer to the account of Caritas Luxembourg (CCPL) IBAN LU34 1111 0000 2020 0000 with the mention "National Emergency Fund" or by clicking here!
Thank you in advance for your help!
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