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The Vodafone Foundation will distribute CZK 1 400 000 to low-threshold clubs throughout the Czech Republic

08. April 2009

Low-threshold clubs’ can, from today, solicit financial aid through the Vodafone Foundation’s fourth Vpoho grant round. Each year, the program supports ‘low-threshold’ facilities for children and young people, which plays a very important preventative role in the lives of teenagers throughout the Czech Republic. This year’s grant round focuses especially on building long-term links between clubs and regional donors. “With this year’s Vpoho grant round, we want to support building contacts and long-term connections among ‘low-thresholds’ and potential local partners, like local and regional authorities, or commercial donors,” says Robert Basch, Director of the Vodafone Czech Republic Foundation, and adds: “Because we believe that these connections are effectively built through joint activities, we want these low-threshold activities to be supported either materially or financially by regional partners or even by their employees.” The 4th Vpoho program grant round supports projects focused on: Improving life and community development Improving the environment Developing cultural and community life in the area Renovation and care of natural areas or cultural monuments Organizing local festivals and conferences.

Low-threshold clubs’ can, from today, solicit financial aid through the Vodafone Foundation’s fourth Vpoho grant round. Each year, the program supports ‘low-threshold’ facilities for children and young people, which plays a very important preventative role in the lives of teenagers throughout the Czech Republic. This year’s grant round focuses especially on building long-term links between clubs and regional donors.

“With this year’s Vpoho grant round, we want to support building contacts and long-term connections among ‘low-thresholds’ and potential local partners, like local and regional authorities, or commercial donors,” says Robert Basch, Director of the Vodafone Czech Republic Foundation, and adds: “Because we believe that these connections are effectively built through joint activities, we want these low-threshold activities to be supported either materially or financially by regional partners or even by their employees.”

The 4th Vpoho program grant round supports projects focused on:

  • Improving life and community development
  • Improving the environment
  • Developing cultural and community life in the area
  • Renovation and care of natural areas or cultural monuments
  • Organizing local festivals and conferences.

Organizations registered as low-threshold clubs for children and youth may apply for the grant. Those interested may send their applications by the 29th of May, 2009. While evaluating the grant applications, the reviewers will be looking for whether or not the facilities have subscribed to a standard system of evaluating their services. You can find more information about the fourth Vpoho grant round at: www.nadacevodafone.cz.