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The program goal is to stimulate greater public participation in decision making and community building in five counties in eastern Croatia. To this end, during the grant period, the Community Foundation Slagalica will provide grants, organize training, raise public awareness about civic responsibility, and promote local philanthropy. The Community Foundation Slagalica will attract individual and corporate donors and design grantmaking programs that target youth and marginalized groups in local communities. Since its establishment in 2008, the Community Foundation Slagalica has awarded more than 200 grants totaling approximately $535,000 across 90 local communities in eastern Croatia. During 2013–2014, the grantee developed and expanded approaches to strengthening local philanthropy, including managing donor-advised funds, increasing membership in its “Philanthropists’ Club,” educating students about philanthropy and promoting philanthropy in schools, and soliciting donations from the public. The foundation is based in Osijek and works in five counties in eastern Croatia.
This grant provides continued general support to BoardSource, an organization that provides governance training, information, and leadership opportunities to increase the effectiveness of the nation's 1.6 million nonprofit agencies. Major activities during 2004 include disseminating findings from a three-year study of new or alternative governance models and practices; release of the 2004 Nonprofit Governance Index, the only statistical analysis of the status of nonprofit governance across the United States; convening the 2004 BoardSource Leadership Forum, Challenging Board Practices; and expanding electronic product offerings to include new tools available online, especially ones that are customizable and affordable.
Charities Aid Foundation Southern Africa works to increase the amount and impact of investment in the nonprofit sector by promoting corporate and individual giving and volunteering in South Africa. In 2013-2014, the foundation mobilized over 700 volunteers to work on various projects benefitting over 3,500 people; raised over R4.6 million through ten employee-giving programs that benefitted 284 nonprofits; unlocked a further R1.9 million for three nonprofits from corporates and individuals; and conducted research on individual giving in Gauteng province, South Africa. Over the next two years, the Charities Aid Foundation Southern Africa will continue to unlock resources for nonprofits from the corporate sector; grow its corporate client base and provide strategic advice to corporates on appropriate policies and strategies for volunteering, payroll giving, and grantmaking; provide training and related support to nonprofits; and campaign for increased giving to nonprofits by individuals.
The Mott Foundation, through its Civil Society program, supports efforts to build a vibrant and independent philanthropic and nonprofit sector.
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