Our grandfather is affected by Alzheimer’s disease. We (Mikael Schaub and Bryan Schaub, founders of Leo Mazzotti) realized that there is no treatment, and that research is expensive. We decided to do something on our scale : Collaborate with various associations (animal welfare, cancer research, Alzheimer and nature) to give them back 10% of the profits of each order.
By buying a Leo Mazzotti jewelry, you have the opportunity to choose the cause that you care most about and we will give 10% of the profits of your order to this association. When you’re having fun buying a Leo Mazzotti jewelry, you’re directly contributing to a cause that’s important to you.
When validating your order, whatever the product, select the cause that is important to you and we will return 10% of the profits of your order to this association.
Thank you for helping us make the world a better place!
THE ASSOCIATIONS WE SUPPORT
Here is the list of the associations we work with and we support. Each association can be selected when you place an order and we will give them 10% of the profits of your order.
You can click on 'more information' to know more about each association.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is the world’s most passionate and powerful protector of ocean life. The company is on a mission to defend, conserve and protect the seas and marine wildlife like no organization can. From its earliest years, Sea Shepherd has embraced the mandate of the United Nations World Charter for Nature to uphold international conservation laws. With the largest private navy on the planet, they collaborate with governments who share their ships and use their authority to intervene and enforce the law.
Support against Alzheimer’s
The Alzheimer Association of Geneva, founded in 1988, is a non-profit association. A volunteer committee, headed by a group of sick relatives and professionals from various fields. There are now 50 million people with dementia worldwide, 60-70% of whom have Alzheimer’s disease. This association ensures respect for the dignity of people with Alzheimer’s and is committed to improving the quality of life of those affected.
Zoé4life is a non-profit organization that supports children with cancer and their families. Zoé4life finances projects for children during and after their treatment against the disease. In addition, the association also supports research and aims to find better treatments that will increase the cure rate while reducing long-term toxicity and sequelae. Each year, more than one hundred families benefit from Zoé4life’s support.
SVPA is an animal protection association that has existed for more than 150 years and is located in Switzerland. Its main mission is to collect abandoned animals. Each year, the SVPA collects more than 4,000 abandoned animals! The donations we can make to the SVPA will therefore be used to collect abandoned animals, house them, feed them, care for them and help them find a new family.
Education of children
Enfants du Monde is a Swiss humanitarian organisation based in Geneva. Founded in 1968, it has provided aid for almost 50 years to countries with limited resources. Children, pregnant women and mothers have benefitted from their commitment, dynamism, and skills.
Support against Parkinson
Parkinson Switzerland is a nationwide organization specializing in services for people affected by Parkinson’s disease. The Association was founded in 1985 and counts more than 6000 members committed to supporting Parkinson’s patients in Switzerland. The Association, which is independent and neutral, is declared of public utility and receives its funding from members’ contributions, donations, legacies, public subsidies and sponsorship.
Research against AIDS
The Swiss AIDS Federation (AHS) is the umbrella organisation of more than 40 organisations active or committed to HIV/AIDS. It plans, coordinates and implements prevention projects in the field of HIV/AIDS, particularly for population groups at risk. It is committed to people living with HIV/AIDS, their needs, rights and equality in society. It also acts as the federal reporting office for discrimination in the field of HIV/AIDS. The Swiss AIDS Federation acts as an umbrella organisation for networking and coordination throughout Switzerland.
The Swiss Paraplegic Foundation (SPF) is now one of the country’s leading charitable organisations. Through their affiliation with the Benefactors’ Association of the Swiss Paraplegic Foundation, the 1.8 million benefactors provide a solid financial basis for the deployment of this solidarity work. Since the Foundation’s creation, more than one billion Swiss francs have been raised through contributions, donations and inheritances. The SPF was founded in 1975 by Dr. Guido A. Zäch.