Parents, relatives within the fourth degree, affines within the second degree and/or tutors, trustees or caregivers of a disabled person can actively take part into our Association, becoming partners.
if you feel close or friend to any disabled people, you should become a partner-friend!
Becoming Anffas partner could be a great occasion of sharing your own experience as a parent/relative, carrying on our goal of social inclusion.
Joining our Association and support it could be the opportunity to share together a solidarity culture, which makes our protection activities in support of mentally ill people and their families more representative and relevant. Every partner’s institutional and associative activity is performed following their own social-solidality principles.
BECOMING AN AFFAS MEMBER IS EASY
For any information, please contact the Reception and Information Service by calling 0385/48713 or contact us by email at email@example.com