The City Hall signs a partnership with the entity to implement the project

The City Hall of Blumenau, by means of the Department of Social Development (SEMUDS) and the Municipal Council for the Rights of Children and Adolescents (CMDCA), this Friday, the twenty second, signed a partnership with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Mayor Mario Hildebrandt signed the partnership with the entity to implement the project financed by the Municipal Fund for Children and Adolescents (FIA).

At the occasion, partnerships had been signed for 25 tasks by eight organizations chosen by means of public discover. FIA’s funding is roughly R$1.2 million, straight benefiting roughly 5,300 youngsters and adolescents.

FIA is a fundraising mechanism managed by CMDCA. It is meant to finance complementary and progressive actions that search to assure the rights of kids and adolescents. Through public discover, tasks are chosen from Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) registered with the Council.

“We are the metropolis with the greatest social indicators in Brazil and that is the results of the work of the CSO. Together with the City Hall, they care for our residents and do actions that want it. I thank the organizations for this partnership in take care of our youngsters and adolescents and For many different guests reminiscent of drug addicts, disabled folks and their households”, stated Mayor Mario Hildebrandt.

The FIA’s assortment is pushed by the Tributo Solidário marketing campaign, by which a portion of taxpayers’ earnings tax may be allotted to the fund. In the final ten years, between 2012 and 2021, this assortment elevated from R$ 815 thousand to R$ 1.6 million, representing a rise of 96.39%.

“Our metropolis has nice potential to keep tax assets to profit the folks from Blumenau. Every yr, residents have the alternative to do that by means of earnings tax returns, transferring a part of the tax to measures developed in the municipality due to the federal authorities. The great work that passable organizations do with our youngsters and youngsters. To find a way to see how the useful resource is being utilized, defined Social Development Secretary Alexandre Mathias.

For 2022, Blumenau is implementing 28 tasks that may collectively profit greater than 5,600 youngsters and adolescents. The fund’s funding for these tasks is roughly R$1.3 million. In addition to the 25 tasks signed this Friday, City Hall has already signed a partnership with Casa da Esperanza to implement three tasks on March 22 of this yr.

See all tasks funded by FIA in 2022:

Blumenaunce Association of Friends of the Hearing Impaired – ABADA:

– development in motion;

– formation of service community for accessibility and assure of rights of kids and adolescents;

– Robotics workshop for youngsters;

– Preparation for the first job.

Association of Parents and Friends of the Exceptional – APAE:

– Support for youngsters and adolescents with mental disabilities and autism – Conversation Circle.

House of Hope Society:

– Art: creation and motion;

– Play and be taught to dwell;

– Our expertise.

Nova Esperanca Recovery Center – Serene:

– Bete e Volta – Second yr;

– vacation faculty;

– Stay related to your goals – Second yr;

– Paddle of Good.

Blue Cross in Brazil:

– tenting rowing in opposition to the tide;

– life motion;

– household prevention;

– Resistance to train;

– Prevention Magazine – Juninho and his Adventures for a Drug-Free Life;

– Teen Vibes.

Euripides Barsanulfo Pedagogical Association:

– Target us;

– instructional robotics;

– seed expertise;

– A brand new look.

Sao Felipe Neri Shelter Home Association:

– On the stage of life.

Bethany Home Assistance Association:

– baby welfare;

– Play.

The total Amor Complementary Education Association:

– Healthy consuming

– Creating artwork;

– Strengthening Early Childhood – Year Two.

Communication Advisor: Ana Clara Uliano

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