The aim of the Foundation is to without a view to making a profit for an individual person or organization support the following purposes of public benefit:
- Provision of assistance to the disabled, e.g. assistance to alleviate serious financial problems on account of the disability of children/young people.
- Sport. Support may be granted for the youth activities of sports associations.
- Cultural or artistic activities. Support may be grantend to applicants from all of Sweden if the Foundation considered it to have national interest. Contributions are not granted to corporations
- Studies/education for individual persons.
Support may be granted only for post-secondary school purposes (which means that all applications relating to schooling from pre-school to upper secondary school level, for example from Montessori schools, will be rejected) up to the level of post-secondary-school first degrees, to persons who during the year of application reach no more than the age of 28 and who enjoy full financial support from the Swedish National Board of Student Aid (CSN). However, grants may come into consideration if the applicant after consecutive years of study has exceeded CSN’s maximum permitted number of terms for financial aid. Grants will not be made for studies that are pursued exclusively outside Sweden. Grants are given to one or two semesters studying abroad, not for studies in Sweden
for associations. Grants may be awarded to associations that support the post-secondary school studies of young people (grants for disabled children’s studies may be awarded under item 1 above).
- Upbringing of children/young people. Support may be granted primarily to associations that promote this purpose, e.g. associations for scouting, open-air activities, combating of drug abuse and suchlike.
All the above-mentioned grants will be awarded only to applicants with a connection with the county of Scania (see, however, item 3 above).
Contributions will not be given to individual humanitarian aid or to own salary
Applications should be submitted on our online form no later than 4.00 pm on 1 September 2016.
- The disabled
- the most recent “notice of final tax” for the entire household (not the extract of the tax account!) or a certificate from the tax authority stating that taxation has not been disregarded, and information on housing benefit and any advance payment of maintenance allowances, and a welfare officer’s certificate or physician’s certificate.
- Support for sport
- Number of members and financial details must be verified by the auditor of the association.
- Cultural or artistic activities
- if an individual person applies: the most recent “notice of final tax” for the entire household (not the extract of the tax account!) or a certificate from the tax authority stating that taxation has not been disregarded and also an artistic/cultural CV.
if an association applies: number of members and financial details must be verified by the auditor of the association. Contributions are not granted to corporations
- Studies/education at post-secondary-school level
- Educational qualifications an extract of the Swedish National Student Records Database (LADOK); please note: max 360 academic credits, but at least 180 credits whereof at least 60 credits in a programme or in a comparable coherent subject area; studies that are not supported by CSN should instead be verified by a certificate of two years’ advanced practical experience in the subject area. Grants will not be awarded for studies that are pursued exclusively outside Sweden. Grants are given to one or two semesters studying abroad, not for studies in Sweden
- Upbringing of children and young people
- if an association applies: number of members and financial details must be verified by the auditor of the association.
- …that we do not process applications from applicants who have failed to fulfill their accounting obligations for previous grants in time.
- …that minors may not apply for grants; a parent or guardian should apply on behalf of a minor.
- …that grants will not be awarded for activities that will be completed before the 1 December of the year of application
- …to state if you have applied for or received grants from other foundations for the same purpose
Please also remember…
- …that the amount applied for should be stated and specified.
- …that you cannot refer to applications from previous years. Each application is independent.
- …that the application must have reached us no later than 4.00 p.m. on 1 September 2016.
When will you find out the result?
Decisions on grants will be given in writing in December 2016.
How will you receive the money?
If we have awarded a grant, a requisition slip will be sent together with the award notification letter. You send this in to us when you need the money, which we will pay to you through the postal giro or bank giro service or directly into your bank account. We do not pay out grants in cash. If your need for a grant has changed since the application was submitted, you must not requisition the grant without our approving the change in advance.
What happens afterwards?
Within nine months after receiving payment, you must of your own accord submit an account to us of how the amount has been used. (You may obtain respite for the account if we find this reasonable and if you contact us in advance.) The award notification letter specifies how the account shall be made.
Do you need to repay the grant?
If the account is not approved, completely or partly, or if you have used the grant for purposes other than those we specified, you will be obliged to repay an amount corresponding to the part that was not approved or that was not used for the purpose intended. Should you not hear from us within two months of our receiving your account, it has met with our approval. Failure to provide an account, completely or partly, will result in an obligation to repay the grant.
And if the money is not requisitioned?
Grants that are not requisitioned prior to 1 January 2018 will not be paid out.
Information under the Personal Data Act
The Foundation stores all necessary information about an application, whether it be approved or rejected, on an ADP medium. On request, each applicant is entitled to study the stored information and also obtain correction of erroneous details. The Foundation publishes certain research grants in its annual report and on the Internet. We reserve the right to cooperate with other foundations.
Call us on telephone number +46 46 38 58 84 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.