Together for Mozambique: Nourishing Life!
Terms and Conditions
1. CAMPAIGN: The Scholas Occurrentes Foundation (hereinafter “Scholas”) organizes and calls donors from the whole world to make donations through the “Together for Mozambique: Nourishing Life!” campaign (hereinafter the “Campaign”), which was created to face the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic in such country.
2. DONORS: All people (of legal age), companies or organizations that are interested in making donations may participate in the Campaign.
3.1. The amounts collected through donations will be used to prepare food and health kits, which will be delivered to people and/or families in Mozambique (hereinafter the “Kits”).
3.2. The Campaign aims at delivering Kits to a total of 750 families, around 3650 people. In Tofo and its surroundings there are approximately 750 families. Each family is composed of 5 people on average. Therefore, 3650 people will benefit from this Campaign by receiving the Kits.
4.1. The Individual Kit has a cost of €5 (five euros) or the same value in the local currency, and the Family Kit has a cost of €25 (twenty-five euros) or the same value in the local currency.
4.2. Donors have no limitations as to the number of Kits they may donate, whether Individual or Family Kits. Donations may be one-time or monthly donations.
4.3. Individual Kit: The Individual Kit includes 2 kg of rice, 2 kg of corn flour, 1 litre of oil, 1/2 kg of sugar, 1 bar of soap, ½ kg of salt, 1 kg of peanuts, 1 kg of beans, 3 portions of tea, 1 mask.
4.4. Family Kit: The Family Kit includes 10 kg of rice, 10 kg of corn flour, 2 litres of oil, 2 kg of sugar, 2 bars of soap, 1 kg of salt, 3 kg of peanuts, 3 kg of beans, 10 portions of tea, 5 masks.
6.1. If the money collected through donations in the Campaign is not enough to cover all people and/or families stated in item 3.2., Kits will be delivered strategically so that all people may have the same benefits.
6.2. In case the funds obtained exceed the objectives of the Campaign (item 3.1 and 3.2.), Scholas will allocate the excess funds to other food and health matters related to the COVID-19 pandemic, or other Scholas projects in Tofo (Mozambique).
7. TERM: The term of the Campaign is 12 months, from September 2020 to September 2021.
8. DONATION CONFIRMATION: Each donor will receive an e-mail to confirm and thank for the donation made, and Scholas will send monthly information on the Campaign progress.
9. DONATION CERTIFICATE: The donor may request the donation certificate or necessary documentation to enjoy the tax benefits granted by the corresponding country.
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10. DUE DILIGENCE:
10.1. Scholas will request identification documents (ID copy, proof of domicile) to those donors making donations for amounts over €100 (one hundred euros) or the same value in the local currency.
10.2. Scholas will request identification documents and proof of funds source (Due Diligence forms) to those donors making donations for amounts over €1,000 (one thousand euros) or the same value in the local currency.
11. CONFIDENTIALITY AND DATA PROTECTION: All personal information received by Scholas due to donations will be treated and used under complete confidentiality and in compliance with data protection laws.
12. QUESTIONS: If you have any questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
13. ETHICS CHANNEL: Scholas has an Ethics Channel where its employees, volunteers, programme participants, donors, collaborators and third parties may communicate their doubts, possible irregularities, violations or conducts contrary to ethics, legality and rules governing the Foundation. Scholas guarantees the indemnity of the person making such communication, therefore, no retaliation measures will be taken against good-faith informants. Ethics Channel communications may be performed through:
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Mail: Calle de Hortaleza 48, piso 1, 28004, Madrid, España.
In all cases, Scholas guarantees the maximum confidentiality regarding the identity of the notifying person, except when such person must be identified before authorities pursuant to legal rules. Furthermore, it is forbidden to take retaliation measures against any person acting in good faith; however, this guarantee is not applied to people acting in bad faith with the intent of disclosing false information or harming other people.