On 5 December, we organized the 68th Open Tender dedicated to the aim of the 30th Grand Finale of the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity, i.e. paediatric ophthalmology.
This method of raising funds is tailored for companies running their web portals or websites, which would like to participate in our charitable efforts by establishing an online Collection Box - a fundraising effort held on the Internet!
You can choose from different online fundraising options:
- online payment gateways
- international money transfers
- cryptocurrency exchange
- group purchases
- mobile app fundraiser
What to remember when holding your online fundraiser?
- Each money collection should be marked clearly as being held in aid of the Grand Finale fundraiser. You can't state that the Foundation is directly responsible for this particular the collection.
- Please make sure to let the donors know about the results - tell them how much you have raised together!
- It would be best if you emailed [email protected] to confirm all PR materials, marketing ideas and artwork usage.
- Whenever possible, you should make sure that the payment processor handles the donations without any commission.
- Promoting and advertising the fundraiser is the Collection Centre's responsibility, but your initiative will be featured on our website and in other promotional materials produced by the Foundation.
- Please make sure to follow all COVID-19 regulations to ensure the safety of all participants.
If you have an option to process online payments with PayU - an online payments partner of the Foundation - let the team at [email protected] know about it. As a partner of the entire Grand Finale fundraiser, PayU does not charge any commission for processing donations. It means that the entirety of the sum raised online goes towards the purchase of medical equipment.
How to go about establishing an online Collection Centre?
1. Choose your Chief of Collection Centre – it doesn't have to be the owner or head of the company, but a trustworthy person authorised to make
2. Make sure to read the relevant Rules and Regulations and get familiar with the Notice.
3. The Chief should register with the Collection Centre Database and accept the Rules and Regulations. The Chief of the Collection Centre should fill in the application form.
4. The Chief of the Collection Centre prints out the application form, which should be sent to the office of the Foundation.
5. The application form needs to be signed by the Chief of the Collection Centre and should be stamped.
6. The application form, bearing an original signature and stamps, should be sent or personally delivered to the Foundation's office (Dominikańska 19c, 02-738 Warszawa).
We must receive the original document from you! We won't accept any copy, facsimile, or application form sent to us by fax. If you fail to deliver the original documents, we will have to reject your application.