CALL FOR PROPOSALS
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
fAKT Annual Report for 2017. is available on this link.
Aleksandar Novović from NGO Eco Logic from Montenegro won the third prize for the projects "Gardens of Ecologic".
Fund for Active Citizenship received Green Star Award for supporting environmental protection. The award ceremony was organized by the Aarhus Centre of Niksic and Podgorica and the Agency for ...
The overarching theme of this year’s gathering was transparency which was discussed in a variety of contexts. These included the operation of grantmakers, decision-making over grants and grantees, the effect of the IT and access to information, and how transparency transcends and effect the work of private grantmakers both globally and within GEF regions.
Today, we provide you with further details on what happened in corporate philanthropy during June 2013, completing our overview by providing country-level detail for Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo and Serbia.
This week, we wanted to dig a bit deeper and provide some examples of the forms of philanthropy that the private sector engaged in during June. Lacking a better format for presentation, bear with us as we walk you through country by country:
Recognizing the limits of our current data collection, which is so far focused solely on what has been publicly reported in the media throughout seven countries, I was still pleasantly surprised to find that cash donations from the business sector totaled more than 500,000 EUR during the month of June. It is important to note that this number does not reflect the significant amount of in-kind goods or services that were provided by companies, but for which a monetary value was not mentioned in media reports.
As we wrote before, Philanthropy Posts’ new effort, the Catalyst initiative is following media in 7 countries in the region trying to work out ways to measure philanthropy. As we were looking into the data, we were interested to see what actions got the most media attention in each of the countries. This is an opportunity for you to see how media in your country view what is interesting for their audience:
Last year, PP brought you portraits of two major individual donors, both from out of our region. We thought it might be time to show that there are such donors in Western Balkans too! This post is about Nikola Koprivica, businessman and philanthropist from Montenegro, who, in memory of his father, established Foundation “Ćano Koprivica” in Niksic in Montenegro.