Raiffeisen Communities grants programme reveals its winners

Raiffeisen Bank is currently funding 22 corporate social responsibility projects through the third edition of the grants programme entitled Raiffeisen Communities, according to a press release. Out of 100 projects that made it to the final list with 45,000 votes, the projects of 20 NGOs and 2 schools gained the public’s support and a funding of up to 5,000 euros.
Raiffeisen Bank will allot a total amount of 100,000 euros (RON 445,000) to the 22 winning projects to be implemented in the communities where the bank unfolds its operations. Raiffeisen Communities is an online competition of projects, aiming at supporting the organisations and SMEs drawing up the best projects for the local communities, both financially and by volunteering and knowledge dissemination.

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