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.

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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.

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  • 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.

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Some more Information

Water Connections. The deep borehole of MbinuDita – Part#1

From the drilling site, here in East Sumba, MbinuDita village. In the middle of nowhere, at the foot of the hill that hosts our school in SD Mbinudita. Most of the work has started. Several phases will lead us to provide a clean water network to more than 200 families who have never had direct access to it. Where it’s complicated is that the groups of houses are sometimes several kilometers apart. This, therefore, makes the thing technically complex in terms of physical law! This action is fully linked to the “Water Connections” program, initiated by the Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations.

Medical assistance – Malaria in Indonesia, what we are doing?

Risk is present throughout the country, excluding urban areas, and excluding the areas specified: J akarta, Surabaya, Denpasar (Bali), and other large cities are risk-free, including the beach resorts in southern Bali. Sporadic cases of malaria in travelers have been reported from rural areas of Java, Bali (Padangbai area), Bintan, and Lombok islands. The WHO data does not take into account the situation in eastern Indonesia, which is linked to the lack of existing data. Nevertheless, malaria in the regions of Flores, Sumba Timur and Kupang is important in rural villages.

Dengue fever cases still on the rise despite seasonal change

The COVID-19 epidemic has not slowed the onset of seasonal dengue fever across the country. The country has been battling dengue fever since early this year, at a time when state resources have been spent on curbing the COVID-19 outbreak. The similarities between dengue fever and COVID-19 symptoms have also complicated efforts to mitigate the annual spike in cases. The island of Java has contributed the highest average number of dengue hemorrhagic fever cases each year. In recent years, Bali and Borneo (Kalimantan) have had the highest incidence.

Impact of air pollution on health in Indonesia!

Outdoor air pollution is a mix of chemicals, particulate matter, and biological materials that react with each other to form tiny hazardous particles. It contributes to breathing problems, chronic diseases, increased hospitalization, and premature mortality. In Indonesia, this is the cause 50% of morbidity nationwide. How is air pollution affecting Indonesia? More than 80% of the Indonesian population of more than 260 million inhabitants, is exposed to annual average concentrations of pollution, well above the WHO guideline. The country has the fifth-highest loss of years of life in the world due to particulate matter pollution.

Assistance to people in case of malnutrition problems

Social consequences of malnutrition. Undernourished children have weaker immune systems and are thus more susceptible to infections and illnesses. Long-term insufficient nutrient intake and frequent infections can cause stunting, whose effects in terms of delayed motor and cognitive development are largely irreversible.

Medical Assistance for Children’s in pandemic time

Fair Future notes that children are certainly the most affected by the indirect impact of the pandemic than by the viral infection itself. Indeed, we have noticed that the COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of children, but through the increase in poverty, the loss of education and the closure of schools -here in Indonesia the closure of schools since March 2020-, food insecurity, violence as well as increased pressure on health systems and reduced access to personal health care services.

Truck of Life, Truck of Health Medical Care in Kangeli, East-Sumba

Truck of Life, Truck of health. Providing medical care in a remote village in East Sumba, close to Lewa. Desa Kangeli, where more than 120 people, essentially children have received medical care, medical treatments, food, clothes, games, books, and fun with the Fair Future and Kawan Baik Indonesia foundations.

Sumba disaster, current situation, what we are going to do next!

The food crisis, the crisis linked to the lack of water, the lack of access to healthcare … What Fair Future is doing to remedy many problems on the spot, here in Sumba East. Well drilling, construction of community water points, free medical care, planning of the reconstruction phase …

A “central water point” for 250 people, 39 families from East Sumba

Fair Future has just allocated a fund of IDR.148’000’000.- in order to proceed to the drilling of a deep well in order to provide clean water to a population of 250 people. This includes toilets and a place to wash and create social activities around the theme of water. This water center also aims to improve the health of people, especially children. A project by Fair Future, Kawan Baik, and the Indonesian Red Cross.

Going everywhere to help people from East Sumba

As you can see in these few photos taken by our teams in the field, thousands of people live in difficult conditions. Today, Fair Future and C / o are still working in a hurry! Certainly not the one that followed the disaster, but to tempt those who no longer have access to the most basic things such as: Water, food, medical care … As you can see in these few photos taken by our teams in the field, thousands of people live in difficult conditions.