Charity Donations Program

The ISTM is excited to announce that delegates who register for the CISTM15 conference in Barcelona will be given the opportunity to donate an additional amount to a number of charitable projects worldwide. The ISTM pledge is to equally match each dollar donated by CISTM15 delegates to the charities listed below up to a maximum of USD 15,000. This is your opportunity to maximize your contributions to these worthy organizations focused on serving immigrants and refugees. Each of these organizations was recommended by members of the ISTM, and you can learn more about them by consulting their websites. Please note that the ISTM cannot confirm tax deductions for these contributions. You should consult your tax professional regarding the tax laws in your country.

When you register for the CISTM15, please consider donating to these wonderful organizations. If you have already completed your registration, it is not too late to donate! Follow this link to donate now!

The Charities selected for CISTM15 are:

Salud Entre Culturas (Health Among Cultures)  ( --  Health Among Cultures is a multidisciplinary team that develops projects in the field of health promotion with native and immigrant population throughout the Spanish territory.

Karibu: Amigos del pueblo africano-Karibu- Friends of the African people  ( -- Working on humanitarian projects and integration for the immigrant Africans.

Centro Astalli Palermo ( --  Astalli Palermo Centro is a voluntary association that is part of the branch network of the Jesuit Refugee Service in Italy: the spirit that animates it is that of the defense of rights,  integration,  and inclusion of non-EU immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers .

MEDU (Medici per i diritti umani- Doctors for human rights) ( --  Doctors for Human Rights (MEDU) is a humanitarian organization and international solidarity, non-profit, independent of political, union, religious and ethnic affiliation. Doctors for Human Rights, founded in Rome in 2004, was founded by a group of doctors, midwives and other volunteers from associations and humanitarian experience with the international movement of Médecins du Monde.