ING Bank Fund of Tereza Maxová Foundation

  • How does the Fund help?
    The Fund’s motto: “Helping children realize their potential”
    The goal of ING Bank Fund of Tereza Maxová Foundation is to support underprivileged children growing up in children’s homes or substitute family care via grants in the two areas of support described below:
    1. education – education of children in children’s homes and children in substitute family care in the form of support of higher education, out-of-school study courses and learning aids
    2. talent development – this concerns the support of hobby clubs, sports and similar free-time activities
  • Rules of ING Bank Fund of Tereza Maxová Foundation
    1. The fund only supports children in institutional care or substitute family care.
    2. The fund only support programs in the Czech Republic.
    3. The fund does not support investment construction, material equipment (that is not directly related to education or talent development).
    4. The fund does not support biological families and biological children in foster families.
    5. The maximum amount of the annual contribution for foster families: 25,000 CZK, and it is necessary to respect the limit of 5,000 CZK per one child in substitute family care.
    6. The maximum amount of the annual contribution for organizational projects: 60,000 CZK, and it is necessary to respect the limit of 40,000 CZK per one submitted application.
    7. Each applicant may submit 1 grant application per grant round.
  • What can be supported out of the ING Bank Fund of Tereza Maxová Foundation?
    The fund can support project plans or individual applications for the support of education, all-around development of children, leisure or sports activities.

Tereza Maxová Foundation would like to hereby thank the company ING Bank for its generous support and assistance.

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