Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region/Finances group
tasks and responsibilities
- keep financial overview
- grant: track money available & expenses, do bookkeeping, make reports...
- being contact person for everyone to be asked first before having expenses
- coordination of additional funding
- group meetings took place on:
- grant finances introduction: November 4th, 2013
- next group meetings scheduled for:
- no appointments at the moment
Thanks to EYFA, there is the rough idea to apply for additional funding of the European Youth Foundation to cover missing parts of our travel costs budget, and maybe to provide some additional resources.
If you need to reach the finances group of the Atomic Threats In The Baltic Sea Region project, write an email to finances.atomicbaltic AT nuclear-heritage.net. In case you need financial support from the budget of the project (e.g. travel costs support for the working meetings) you need to ask first the finances group and only after confirmation of the amount of costs reimbursement can be expected.
Please be aware that the finances group currently has only one active member. Thus, don't expect too quick responses on requests or that we can organize additional funding for you, if the existing grant(s) are not providing enough resources. We will try to help (consult), and we intent to motivate others to apply for additional grants/organize more resources. However, as long as the finances group is as small as now, our possible support is limited.
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Public Sponsorship - Förderung
This project was financed in public sponsorship by the European Union within the program YOUTH IN ACTION. The content of this project does not necessarily reflect the viewpoint of the European Union or of the national agency "JUGEND für Europa" and they do not assume any liability.
Dieses Projekt wurde mit Unterstützung der Europäischen Union durch das Programm JUGEND IN AKTION finanziert. Der Inhalt dieses Projektes gibt nicht notwendigerweise den Standpunkt der Europäischen Union oder der Nationalagentur JUGEND für Europa wieder und sie übernehmen dafür keine Haftung.