Join Noma Fund
Noma Fund exists by and thanks to its many members. Become an honorary, a benefactor or a simple member, and participate in your way to fight Noma, and to help children in the most disadvantaged areas.
Why should you join Noma Fund?
Noma Fund members are at the heart of the association’s action. Whatever the scale at which they wish to act and participate in the fight against Noma disease, they bring a local, national and international dimension to the association.
To act on the field as a volunteer, to participate in the development of the association’s notoriety and knowledge of the disease, to disseminate widely the message conveyed by Noma Fund and the petition addressed to the public authorities… Here are some of the actions carried out by our members.
It is thanks to its members that Noma Fund exists and that the objectives of the project “Acting against Noma 2021-2030″ are likely to happen!
Become a member
Members of Noma Fund can participate in various ways in the association’s project.
By simply joining Noma Fund, without necessarily taking part directly in the actions set up by the association, they participate to make the association more widely known through their network, and to spread the message conveyed by our project.
Our members can also be involved in the field as volunteers, or by accompanying us in the management of the association, and the means implemented as part of our actions.
Becoming a benefactor member of Noma Fund means financially supporting the association’s project and enabling the effective implementation of the actions planned as part of the project “Acting against Noma 2021-2030”.
Noma Fund counts some honorary members among its ranks. These members, who enjoy a certain notoriety, give our cause a new dimension and promote the scope of our message.
Join Noma Fund
In order to join Noma Fund, and help us in the fight against Noma disease, please download the form below, and send it to the address below. You can also join online, through the Hello Asso online platform.
General Coordination Office
10, avenue George V
75008 Paris FRANCE