Campaign to redirect 2 pc – “Smile therapy for children in hospitals” 2011

The CliniClowns Romania Foundation, a non-profit organization, whose purpose is to enhance the quality of life for children in hospitals, launched the fund-raising campaign “Smile Therapy for children in hospitals” 2011, a press release remitted to “Nine O’Clock” informs. “The campaign is associated with the 2 per cent provision in the Tax Code, according to which any taxpayer can decide to redirect this percentage of the income tax to a non-profit organization, as is the CliniClowns Foundation”. The redirected 2 pc do not presuppose any additional expenses for the taxpayer.

“Sick children, who are forced to spend time in hospitals, cannot enjoy their childhood in the same way that most children do. The environment they are in is a hostile one, dominated by suffering, illness and practical aspects inherent to medical treatment. This is where the CliniClowns team comes in, helping these children take their minds off their illness,” Mircea Enescu, the head of the “Grigore Alexandrescu” Children’s Emergency Hospital’s Plastic Surgery, Reconstructive Microsurgery and Burns ward, argues.

Taxpayers can redirect the corresponding 2 pc of the 2010 income tax by May 15, 2011, merely by filling out a form with their personal identification data. “All you have to do is fill out the 230 form for people who made incomes exclusively out of their wages and the 200 form for incomes made out of freelance activities and send it, scanned, to this email address: or by fax, and we will file it, on your behalf, at the tax administration office you are registered at,” the release further reads.

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