You can really help…
“a great organisation working at grass roots”
“the direct way the money is used for the good of poor families”
“I know from experience that the money that I give to TIP is used in a hands-on and effective way, funding actions that are concrete, and target the people most in need” *
We survive on a mixture of individual private donations and institutional grants. All of our work – getting marginalized children into school, getting urgent medicine to their family members, developing sustainable ways for them to provide for themselves through micro-finance projects – and the necessary work of our small administrative team who keep us going and legal – is funded this way.
And if you’re a UK taxpayer the good news is that your donation may qualify for Gift Aid.
A small donation can make a big impact: 1 euro provides a drink and a healthy snack for two children doing our Saturday educational activities; 10 euros takes a woman or child for a medical check-up. And many of the children tramping through the mud to regular school are wearing shoes or a coat previously worn and now donated by a kind friend of TIP.
We’re pleased to say that we’ve been a Global Giving Top Ranked organization for six successive years – in the top 20% of their vetted partner organizations; we’ve also hosted a Global Giving representative, giving an extra reassurance. So thanks to all of you who’ve continued to take advantage of Global Giving to support our Widows’ Fund and Get a Kosovan Kid to School Fund.
Have a look at how you can help through donations. (And check our policy on the distribution of donations and disposal of assets.)
We also have substantial experience as the implementing partner for institutional project grants. Our donor partners have included various Embassies and national development departments, UN agencies and private foundations. Please read more about our commitment to successful partnership with institutional donors here.
TIP believes that the rights and safety of those we work with are pre-eminent. Our day-to-day work, and the way we manage volunteers, is based on this principle. You can read our Child Protection / Safeguarding Policy here. Meanwhile, as part of our community of friends, please note that TIP is committed to complying with the new General Data Protection Regulation for the proper management of the personal data that we hold. You can read more about how we respect and protect data here.
And if you’re coming to Kosovo, please