campax (29.03.2022)

Nefeli supports Campax. Among other things, Campax helps refugees from Ukraine to find an accommodation in Switzerland. From now on, when ordering, you can select “Refugees from Ukraine” under the impact category. At this point it should be mentioned that despite the acute and serious crisis in Ukraine, other refugee crises such as those on Lesbos (Moria 2.0) should not be forgotten...

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Pastarazzi (11.03.2022)

Nefeli is pleased to announce the collaboration with Pastarazzi. Pastarazzi is a young and dynamic team that will achieve a lot. Nefeli olive oil is now available in their shop in Sarnen or in their online shop... 

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claro (27.02.2022)

Nefeli now also offers the organic olive oil in the Claro world shop in Sachseln. Claro has been committed to fair trade since 1974...

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Nefeli video  (14.12.2021)

Nefeli publishes video. In it, the company (social entrepreneur) introduces itself. 

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Caritas Award (13.11.2021)

Nefeli was nominated for the Young Caritas Award 2021! The award ceremony took place on November 13th at Dynamo Zurich.

More about it: here

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Food for everyone  (01.10.2021)

Nefeli donates 99 bottles to Essen für Alle. Under the direction of Amine, the organization distributes basic food and hygiene articles in Zurich every Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

More about Essen für Alle: here

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Rütimattli Foundation  (26.09.2021)

The Rütimattli Foundation from Obwalden is now taking over the logistics of Nefeli. This means that in the future they will fill the bottles, take orders, pack and ship them.

More about the foundation: here

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Radio 3FACH (04.06.2021)

"Yasin Cetin from Obwalden started a social project with Nefeli. He sells olive oil from Lesvos and uses it to aid refugees in Moria."

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Obwaldner Zeitung (27.04.2021)

"It was a spontaneous decision that Yasin Cetin made when he visited the Greek refugee camp Moria in summer 2019. The man from Obwalden helped the refugees on Lesvos."

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Lucerne newspaper (26.04.2021)

"It took Yasin Cetin three months to set up his own business. He wants to support the refugees on Lesvos with his online store. The idea came to him while he was helping out on the ground."
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PilatusToday (16.04.2021)

"Starting a business from scratch in just three months. This is what Yasin Cetin from Kerns did. The student has set up an online shop to give refugees on Lesbos a better life." 

Full article: here