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Donation terms

What we can assure you about your donations to Fair Future

Fair Future Foundation, the Donation Terms

Receiving a donation from you commits us to many things. There are things we can do, and some things we cannot.

Extract | Donate to charity with a tax-deductible donation online – quickly and easily – to help the most vulnerable people. Tens of thousands of families are in need of shelter, food, water, and medical care. Your tax-deductible charitable donation will help provide humanitarian support to people fleeing issues of insecurity, poverty, conflict, and other issues related to minorities and vulnerable people

Receiving donations engages us immeasurably. We adhere to certain principles related to “how we receive it”.

Here are some simple, common-sense rules that are worth remembering.

  • FFF = Fair Future Foundation
  • Fair Future = Fair Future Foundation

Acceptance of any contribution, gift, or grant is at the discretion of the Fair Future Foundation (FFF). The Foundation will not accept any gift unless it can be used or spent in accordance with the purposes, statutes, and mission of the Fair Future Foundation. For more information, we present you some legal documents, here

No irrevocable donation, whether outright or for life, will be accepted if, in reasonable circumstances, the donation compromises the financial security of the donor. We don’t want to create additional needs and again, it is common sense.

FFF will refrain from providing advice on tax or other treatment of the gifts. On the other hand, we can tell you that the Swiss Foundation is recognized as being of pure public utility, tax-exempt. This means that your donations are deductible from your income tax return. For all other information, Fair Future will encourage you, donors, to seek advice from their own professional advisers to help them with the donation process.

FFF accepts donations in cash or listed securities. Donations of in-kind services will be accepted at the discretion of the Fair Future Foundation.

The gift of self is part of your commitment, it is a gift. In this sense, FFF accepts the work of people wishing to engage for a voluntary period, only if they are of legal age in their country or minors with the written consent of their parents or a legally responsible person.

Certain other gifts such as Real estate, personal property, gifts in kind, illiquid securities, and contributions whose sources are not transparent or whose use is restricted in some way or another, should be considered before they are received. acceptance. This is because of the special obligations or liabilities that these gifts could pose to Fair Future.

FFF is committed to providing acknowledgments to donors meeting tax requirements for property received by the charity as gifts/donations. However, with the exception of gifts of cash and publicly traded securities, no value will be placed on any receipt or other form of substantiation for a gift received by Fair Future.

FFF will respect the donor’s intention regarding restricted gifts/donations and those relating to the desire to remain anonymous. With respect to anonymous gifts, Fair Future will limit information about the donor to only those staff who need to know.

FFF will not compensate, whether through commissions, research fees, or other means, any third party for directing a donation or a donor to make a gift/donation in favor of Fair Future.

Thank you for your attention and great support – Fair Future Foundation, January 10, 2021

Fair Future Documentation

In this list, all official documents related to the Swiss Foundation. Statutes, Declaration of pure public utility, tax exemptions, commercial register ... If some documents are missing, it is because we may have forgotten to publish them here.

If so, please contact us by email here. thank you very much.

Some more Information

Antimicrobial resistances. What happens when drugs stop working?

Bacteria, viruses, parasites, and other microbes are constantly changing to ensure their survival, we have seen this with variants of influenza, COVID-10, etc. Some have adapted so well to medical treatment that the drugs commonly used for preventing or killing them are no longer effective. These microbes cause drug-resistant infections. Their ability to survive the drugs used against them is called antimicrobial resistance (AMR). In the case of bacterial pathogens, for which antibiotics are the most common and important drugs available for treatment, this is called antibiotic resistance (ABR). We mustn’t wait until it’s too late to tackle this major health challenge.

Massive pest attacks that destroy all crops and starve the people

In East Sumba, for several days now, grasshoppers have been destroying all crops, vegetable gardens, soybeans, and corn. For three years, it has come back regularly. During high population years, they feed and severely damage almost all crops, trees, shrubs, and vegetable gardens. We are in contact with the most affected populations who tell us how the fruit of their work, their fields But also their garden, are totally destroyed in a few minutes. The impact is enormous for these poor families since their income is not enough to buy food. Rice in particular is expensive, therefore corn harvests are very important and vital for families. A new trade is in the process of being born: The sale of grasshoppers by the kilo; this is in order to eat and be nourished. The price is IDR. 5,000,000.- per kilo, i.e. less than 50 cents.

Fair Future and Kawan Baik change the nature of water

Clean water is life, health, food, leisure, energy… Water covers more than 70% of the Earth’s surface. It is in water that life on Earth began, so it is not surprising that all living things on our blue planet need water. Water is indeed many things: it is a vital need, a home, a local and global resource, a transport corridor, a climate regulator. And, over the past two centuries, it has become the end of the journey for many pollutants released into nature and a newly discovered mine rich in minerals to exploit. To continue enjoying the benefits of clean water and healthy oceans and rivers, we must fundamentally change the way we use and treat water.

There will always be people who live too far away, we are here to help them!

There are no toilets here, everyone practices open defecation. Furthermore, no one has direct access to water of any kind, and no access to a source of clean, drinkable water. Fair Future and Kawan Baik Foundations are changing that with the #waterconnections program, but there will always be people who live even further than far. We meet those people, all those families that we don’t forget. Thanks to all of you and our teams who are there, on the ground at the time of writing this line, they will also have access to one of our solutions, a borehole, a reservoir connected to the network…

Water is when we don’t have it that we realise how important it is!

Water we do not realize how important it is when we have access to it like that, by opening a simple tap and sometimes forgetting to close it. Water is when we don’t have it that we realize how important it is, how vital it is for our everyday life. So for a moment, let’s try to imagine what our life could be like without water. And if we have access to it, that this water is not consumable! This is what the families experience here, the children of all these villages in which Fair Future works almost 24 hours a day. The health of people, the prevention of diseases, the reduction of infant mortality, offering a better quality of life, food every day, a shower every day and for everyone are just a few aspects that oblige us to work and develop. innovative and sustainable solutions, relating to access to water in quantity and quality for families in the poorest and rural regions.

Magic works, construction continues, people are happy, there is water!

Having clean water close to home is a real challenge that Fair Future and Kawan Baik have taken on, so that the more than 2,200 villagers of Mbinudita can have clean water in their homes for the first time in their lives. This is so that everyone’s life is healthier, happier on all fronts, clearly more harmonious. Even if it is very hard physically, sometimes morally because we are isolated from everything and everyone, there is not a day during which we are not happy to be able to work within the framework of this immense project, one of the largest ever conducted by the Swiss foundation and its Indonesian twin sister, Kawan Baik Indonesia foundation.

Without or with very little water and food, it is very difficult to go to school!

Go to school, learn, concentrate, walk… All this with little water and food! This is the challenge faced by thousands of kids, their teachers and families. Not having enough water when you are a child, sometimes having to walk several kilometres to get to school. Not having enough to eat, not being able to wash. The difficulties of the teachers, their testimonies are revealing of the food, economic and access to water crisis which the children and their families have to face every day of their lives. Fair Future and Kawan Baik try to respond in the best possible way to these vital problems. Avoid malnutrition, improve health, provide access to a source of clean water so that children can go to school and learn in the best possible conditions.

Lifestyle habits: “-Because we’ve been doing it for a long time”

Pollution of streams and natural springs and everywhere. It is rare to find still pure sources whose water is not dangerous for health. Fair Future, within the framework of its prevention programs and access to better health, meets people from the most rural and poor regions of this immense country, offers affordable, simple and understandable solutions for all. At the same time, we are building clean water networks, we are drilling deep wells to provide access to quality water, in quantity, to families, children and vulnerable people.

The Water Crisis in Indonesia – Focus in Napu, Wunga, Sumba Timur

Drinking contaminated water can lead to serious health problems. Cholera, diarrhoea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid, scabies, onchocerciasis, schistosomiasis, trachoma, typhoid and paratyphoid fevers, hepatitis, malnutrition and poliomyelitis, significant metabolic fatigue causing disorders of all vital systems, to death.
In the long term, consumption of water loaded with heavy metals, pesticides, nitrates and other chemical components such as arsenic are likely to cause serious congenital malformations in newborns: Limb deformation, hydro-encephalitis and other physical or mental disabilities.

Water Connections, the ongoing project on the MbinuDita Site

Where are we with MbinuDita’s Water Connections project? What are the funds that we have already collected, those that we have already invested in this vital project like never before for more than 2000 people without access to clean water? We present to you via a small infographic what we have already done, what remains to be done and the schedule for the next steps.

FEATURED

Your donations finance the programs initiated by Fair Future. A nail, a screw, a roof, drinking water, healthy meals, minor surgery, medical care, school notebooks, shoes, a solar lamp and so many other things every year.

255k

Patients, women, children, families who have received benefits

CHF.450k

Invested in social, medical, logistical programs in rural areas

Millions

Liters of clean, non-lethal water found and offered to people

225k

Hours of work donated in support of the projects

In 2022

in 2022? More patients, more projects, more requests!

Fair Future Foundation

Annual report 2020

Other big challenges for our teams on the way to NTT

Notice of departure of the members of our field teams, for the following programs: The program water connections, clean & safe water in rural areas – Collection of data related to the living conditions of families in rural areas – Provide basic emergency care to all children, with a first aid kit for each school/village – Basic health and medical care in very remote areas – Improvement of logistical means in the event of emergencies and disasters – Start-up of the Program linked to our new deep well drilling rig. Fair Future Foundation and all the collaborators who make it live offer medical, social, educational, logistical, and infrastructural assistance to people affected by shortages, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from health care. With Kawan Baik Indonesia, we operate in the most rural and ultra-peripheral areas of Indonesia. Fair Future in the field, these are teams made up of health professionals – all local -, logistics and administrative staff, also recruited locally. Our actions are guided by medical ethics and the principles of impartiality, independence, and neutrality. We do not employ foreigners, we empower local resources and it is we who implement actions on the ground, without intermediaries. This is what makes Fair Future and Kawan Baik unique