BISYOC is at Amazon Smile.
We are very much in favour of buying local products at physical shops in your neighbourhood to support your local economy and keep the carbon footprint small. Still, if you decide to buy something of amazon, why not use amazon smile to support BISYOC. At no additional cost to you, amazon will donate 0.5 % of your money spent to us.
Steps to support us
- Click on the banner above
- Log into your amazon account
- Select BISYOC as your charitable organisation
- Instead of shopping through amazon.com, use smile.amazon.de for your online shopping.
Follow #bisyoc and tag your posts accordingly.
While our website and the newsletter are our formal communication tools to keep you updated, Facebook and especially Instragram are primarily aimed at the BISYOC community and past participants.
We are very happy that Friederike recently joined our team and will be the one posting on instagram and facebook. If you write us a message on social media, and email or use our contact form, Paula is most likely the one to answer you.
Happy new year!
We wish you a great start into the New Year!
2021 has come and with it, we want to thank you for supporting us with the following video!
A big thank-you for your support!
Your donations, big and small, help us to continue to deliver music programs that impact young people every year.
We wish you a Happy New Year and good health!
The BISYOC Board
Jonas Bösken, Paula Escudero, Lee Ferguson, Georg Jaeschke, Aïcha Naumann and Helga Zuccaro
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