Dobrovolník Centrum 67 has been a part of the Active Citizen Fund since the 1st of April 2020 and with the support of the OSF Foundation, have been running the ‘Let’s grow up together’ project. During this year and a half long project we will build and increase our capacities with regards to professionalism with an end goal of creating and implementing a working plan with the group of constituencies, to activate the current ones and to approach new ones, willing to engage in public affairs. Through Campaign Action Days we aim to increase the involvement of individuals and the deepen awareness surrounding the work of NGOs in the region. We will gain partial financial independence through the auctions into which we will involve the donors – celebrities. We will gain new knowledge and experience in social media and fundraising.
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The project is being supported by the Open Society Fund Prague from the Active Citizens Fund. The programme promotes active citizens’ participation in the public life through decision making and helps to build the capacities of socio-civil organizations. It promotes respect and human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and the respect for human rights including the rights of persons belonging to minorities. Active Citizens Fund came to the Czech Republic in September 2019 with the goal of supporting CSOs regardless of their size and experience. It is operated by the Open Society Fund Prague, Committee of Good Will - the Olga Havel Foundation and Scout Institute. The Active Citizens Fund is financed from EEA and Norway Grants 2014–2021. With EEA Grants, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway contribute towards a reduction in economic and social disparity and the strengthening of mutual cooperation in Europe. One of the important objectives of the programme is to strengthen bilateral cooperation between donor and beneficiary states through financial contributions in specified priority sectors. It supports bilateral relations between the donor states Norway, Iceland, and Liechtenstein and the Czech Republic.