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UNWG CHARITY PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN

Each year the UNWG financially supports many children’s charities in Austria and the developing world.  This project-based programme is organised for the sole purpose of benefitting children in need.  The UNWG charity programme assists abused children, those having restricted access to education, children with serious health problems, children having no access to clean drinking water, victims of calamity or catastrophe, orphans, children with special needs or children suffering from extreme poverty or starvation.

fter many months of hard work reviewing more than 200 applications, the UNWG announced the projects approved for charity funding in 2016. The total approved amount is €257,837 for 38 projects in 32 countries. This amount was raised by members of the UNWG in 2015 through a variety of activities, including the International Festival-Bazaar. To view a list of the approved projects for 2016, please click on the link below. A ceremony weill be held on 5 October 2016 at the VIC to recognize the organizations receiving the grants.

Project Selection Criteria
  • Projects must benefit children no older than 18 (21 if disabled), or mother and child
  • care programmes.
  • The services of the organisation must be available to all children without discrimination, regardless of race, gender, ethnic origin or religion.
  • Projects must be sustainable and have continuation plans.  Requests should address basic needs in health, education, water and shelter, focusing on long term assistance (e.g.  clean water supply, sanitation facilities, school construction or repair, classroom furniture, educational or vocational materials/equipment, medical equipment, special needs suppport.)
  • Applicant organizations must be registered as charities with their government.

UNWG does not fund 
  • Operational or administrative costs, salaries, taxes, rent, fees, study session expenses, awareness campaigns, transportation fees, large-scale construction projects, micro-credit or income generating schemes. 
  • Food and emergency aid  i.e. natural disaster, conflict areas etc.

The conditions for funding are:
  • Maximum funding allowed is €10,000 or equivalent in US dollars. Funding of a specific part of a project may be approved.
  • Funds may be used only for the project presented and approved. The Charity Review Committee must endorse any change in the utilisation of funds in advance.
  • The Charity Review Committee monitors the projects to ensure that funds are used for the intended purpose. On completion of the project, a written report is submitted to the UNWG by the organisation, including a financial accounting of fund utilization.

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