2004 - Neziskovky

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2004 - Neziskovky

The following are topics covered in coursesand seminars held in 2004:• Fundraising• Financial resources, structural funds• Project writing and project cycle management• Managerial knowledge and skills• Public relations• Marketing• Personnel and human resources management• Accounting• Legislation• Taxes• Personal development• Communication and presentation skillsIn 2004, 56 seminars were held within the frameworkof the basic educational program. Altogether 738NGO employees took part in these seminars.During the year 41 turn-key seminars were heldat which 744 NGO employees were trained. Intotal 1482 NGO employees participated in ICNeducational programs.2003 2004Number of seminars – open seminars 40 56Number of participants – open seminars 546 738Number of seminars – turn-key 19 41Number of participants – turn-key 375 744TOTAL number of seminars 59 97TOTAL number of participants 921 1482In 2004 ICN organized a new seminar called “Howto ensure strategic development of an NGO” – a fourday seminar in which 10 clients participated.Professional trainers cooperating with ICNLenka Deverová, Dušan Dvořák, Přemysl Fousek,Kateřina Jurigová, Jolana Kašpaříková, OlgaKonečná, Petr Konečný, Tomáš Komrzý, PetrKrohe, Mária Křepelková, Romana Křížová, OlgaMedlíková, Pavel Němeček, Lukáš Novák, MarkétaNovotná, Blažena Petrlíková, Josef Podhorský, JanaPopovičová, Lucie Rástočná, Helena Stöhrová,Pavel Sumec, Alena Špačková, Tatjana Šišková,Jolana Šopovová, Jaromír Zrucký, Karel ŽeníšekIn 2004 educational department operations werefinanced from the proceeds of ICN´s own activities.PUBLICATION SERVICESGRANTIS MAGAZINE – THE NON-PROFITSECTOR MONTHLYGRANTIS magazine is a nationwide periodical aimedat readers who are interested in non-profit sectorhappenings. It has been published since 1993.The pages of GRANTIS contain:• Information about happenings in the Czechas well as foreign non-profit sectorInterviews with not only “non-profit” figures,coverage of projects in progress, the results of publicpolls, foreign experiences, commentaries, enquiries• Economic and legal informationPractical advice and information necessaryfor everyday work in non-profit organizations• FinancesUp to date listing of financial resources, grantdeadlines of foundations, regional authorities,ministries etc.• EducationInformation on educational opportunities fornon-profit organizations and public administrationworkers – courses, seminars, workshops,conferences, lectures• DocumentsGovernment resolutions and other importantmaterials (analysis, legislation drafts etc.)concerning non-profit organizations• Job marketOffers from both employers and job seekers,voluntary work and internships in non-profitorganizations• NewsInformation on NGO events, reviews,commentaries• Practical informationInteresting internet links, useful advice, on-lineconsulting• Enclosures on various topicsAs of December 31 st 2004 GRANTIS had 655subscribers and a print run of 800 copies.SubscribersNumber of subscribersNGOs 422Church related legal entities 54Public administration 63Companies 17Schools 13Libraries 43Individuals 38TOTAL 655In 2004, GRANTIS magazine publicationwas supported by:ADRA Foundation, Nadace barokního divadla zámkuČeský Krumlov (Český Krumlov Chateau BaroqueTheatre Foundation), Nadace Divoké husy (WildGeese Foundation), PRECIOSA Foundation, Nadacepro podporu hasičského hnutí v ČR (Firefighters’Support Foundation of the CR), Prague 5 Town Hall,Výbor dobré vůle – Nadace Olgy Havlové (Good WillCommittee – Olga Havlová Foundation).AGENCY SERVICESADMINISTRATION OF THE ROBERTBOSCH FOUNDATION GRANT PROGRAMRobert Bosch Foundation “Cities and Citizens inPartnership” ProgramIn 2004 the Robert Bosch Foundation announcedthe third year of its grant program “Cities and Citizensin Partnership” which is implemented in the CzechRepublic in cooperation with ICN.The program is designed for Czech non-profitorganizations which along with their German partnerprepare projects involving citizens in solving problemsin common with their partner cities.The program has the following goals:• to support cross-border cooperation• to support the activities of local initiatives• to strengthen cooperation between non-profitorganizations and local administrations in bothcountriesThe projects are not limited to specific areas. Theymay be focused on working with young people,education, social areas, community development,or the environment. The program does not supportexchange visits of children and students, touristvisits, cultural performances, construction andreconstruction investments, research projects andpublishing.Program statistics in 2004Number of grant deadlines 1Number of grant applications 32Supported 12Rejected 20List of organizations supported in 2004:Name of the organizationCentrum SOS PrahaZO ČSOP ArmillariaMateřská škola Semínko(Seminko Kindergarten)Allocated amount7 220 EUR8 700 EUR9 500 EURRada dětí a mládeže Libereckého kraje(Children and Youth Councilof the Liberec region)5 515 EURYMCA4 940 EUROS Pomoc bližnímu(Help your Neighbour)4 946 EURBorudo5 740 EURSdružení FILIA (FILIA Association) 7 600 EURSociální agentura, o.s.(Social Agency)3 435 EURAgentura pro rozvoj Broumovska(Agency for the Broumovregion development)15 898 EURKlub českých turistů odbor Domažlice(Czech tourist club, Domažlice region) 570 EURSdružení přátel Rheinbachu(Association of Rheinbach friends) 4 200 EURPUBLIC RELATIONSACTIVITIES30 DAYS FORTHE NON-PROFITSECTORThe 30 days for the non-profit sector campaignhas been organized in February every year since1998. Its main goal is to inform the public aboutthe significance and role of NGOs. The project alsoprovides an opportunity to the NGOs to present theirwork in all regions of the Czech Republic and thusimprove their communication with the public.Traditionally, part of the media presentation is also aninteresting, usually slightly controversial ad campaign.Campaign slogan in 2004„Would you like to lend a hand? www.neziskovky.cz“Theme of the 2004 campaignIncreasing NGO trustworthiness and individualdonorship supportMedia partnersCzech Television, Czech Radio, ARBOmedia andGRANTIS magazineAdvertising agencyMcCann-Erickson PraguePublic Relations, communication with the mediaQandAPartnersCP Online, CentroNet, Newton IT and Robert BoschFoundationCampaign periodJanuary 31 st – February 29 th 2004The campaign was launched on January 30 th 2004at a reception held within the framework of a twoday international workshop called “Approaches tosuccessful fundraising” organized by the Spiraliscivic association in cooperation with ICN. Thecampaign was introduced by Martin Švehla, directorof the communications department of the CzechTelevision.

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