Foundation Oranje Fonds is the result of the merger in 2002 of two foundations: Foundation Juliana Welzijn Fonds and Foundation Oranje Fonds. Crown prince Willem Alexander and princess Maxima are patrons of the foundation, which is one of the leading granting organizations for social projects in The Netherlands.
Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.
UniCredit Foundation is a non-profit corporate foundation, as further testimony of the Group’s engagement in the promotion of a complex set of principles which are the basis of its corporate identity. UniCredit Foundation is entirely financed by the Group and it is an independent legal entity with a Board of Directors.
UniCredit Foundation is engaged in promoting the culture of modern corporate philanthropy, as well as of civil commitment, donation and voluntary work. The Foundation offers itself as a bridge between the employees of UniCredit– who are interested and willing to direct their energy and skills toward personal social engagement – and the needs of the target communities.
UniCredit Foundation is also interested in deepening the theme of social economy, with a particular focus on the meaning of business philanthropy and, more in general, on the relationship between for profit and non-profit.
The Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe is an independent public charity incorporated under the laws of the United States of America. The Trust promotes the development of civil societies in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia by supporting civil society organizations to gain greater effectiveness and stability.