looking for committed institutions that execute social projects to promote the Salvadorans and the country. It is an economic recognition provided through a contest aimed at non-governmental social institutions with projects developed in El Salvador.
As a new initiative in 2018, Fundación Gloria de Kriete acquires the commitment to extend the awarding of prizes to small projects that take advantage of the initiative of community actors, and entrepreneurs that seek to solve specific problems in an innovative and direct way. Thus, a new modality of participation was born called "Social Entrepreneurship" or "Community Project".
Ayudando a Quienes Ayudan Award (Helping those who Help Award)
It is an economic recognition that provides through a contest aimed at social non-governmental institutions with projects developed in El Salvador (NGO's), committed to the development of human and community projects in any part of the country.
Participation in the fund award contest rewards transparency, good fund management and the excellent development of projects.
The prizes are:
First Place: $100,000, Second Place: $75,000, Third Place: $50,000
Social Entrepreneurship seeks to promote the work of entrepreneurs who apply a business model to the generation of social impact. Social enterprises are organizations that apply market strategies to achieve a social objective. They are companies focused on solving social problems with a business model that allows them to be scalable, sustainable and generate profits. The main objective of these organizations is to solve a social need, and to do so use the tools of the business (utilities, investment, sales, production, marketing, etc.)
There will be multiple prizes for: $30,000, $20,000, $10,000
Community Project seeks to support initiatives that are born within the communities, without necessarily being part of a larger organization. It is the activity that allows to carry out, jointly and in an organized, coordinated and directed way, a social project that benefits the community or an important part of it. This must be carried out with the efforts of the majority of the beneficiaries, in order to improve infrastructure or sustainable basic services that will be made available to the residents of the area or to the beneficiaries of the project.
This category seeks to support initiatives that are born within communities themselves, without necessarily being part of a larger organization. This category may include ADESCO projects, cooperatives, collectives, religious institutions, schools, patronages, etc., that improve the quality of life of individuals.
There will be multiple prizes for: $15,000, $10,000, $5,000
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