Category Archives: CFs in Romania

The Resilience Laboratory

Come to Bucharest and join your colleagues from community foundations in Romania and Europe to explore what resilience means to our work and us.

With the ambition to collectively explore existing practices and approaches of community foundations in Europe that strengthen the resilience of communities and the capacity for dialogue, the Association for Community Relations (ARC) and ECFI (European Community Foundation Initiative) are preparing a two day peer learning event “Resilience Laboratory” on 19-20 April in Bucharest. Its purpose is to strengthen the capacity of community foundations to understand and address broader issues and better define the idea of community leadership in European context. (click on the picture on the left for more info).

 

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CCF’s Festive Message

Dear all,

A big thank you for a great 2015 and we look forward to continuing our work together in 2016 and in the years to come.

One of the CCF highlights for this year was managing the public funds offered by the Cluj – Napoca City Hall and Local Council in the Com’On Cluj-Napoca project – the Participatory Budgeting for Youth in Cluj 2015, European Youth Capital. Please find attached the project info graphic and brochure.

Best wishes from all of us in Cluj and we look forward to hearing from you,
Simona and the CCF team

Felicitare EN infographic Brochure

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4th Annual Conference of CFs, Sibiu – Romania, November 5th-7th 2015

Dear all,

I hope my message finds you well.

As already discussed with some of you, we are happy to invite you to join us at the 4th Annual Conference of the Romanian CFs held this year in the beautiful city of Sibiu, November 5th-7th 2015.

Please find bellow and attached the final details regarding the conference program as well as all the registration information. We will have English simultaneous interpretation.

Here is the link to sign-up for the Conference and there is the October 10th deadline until when we are looking forward to hearing from you.

The costs are 100 euro per participant, 150 euros if there are 2 participants from 1 organisation. This covers the cost of conference speakers, materials and meals. Transportation&accommodation costs and arrangements are up to each participant. The conference venue is at Ibis Hotel and we will also provide a few options for hotels nearby if there is interest.

If you have any questions, please let me know.

All the best,
Simona

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The Cluj Donor Circle. Social change through collective giving.

The Cluj Community Foundation supports the development of the Cluj Donor Circle since 2013. We wished to have the Donor Circle concept in Cluj because it brings together donor communities in a setting where they feel the joy of giving and where what matters is not how much we give but how we give, the underlying strategy for the change we wish to spur around us.

Donor circle

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