Children in the yard of a school in Mongu, Zambia ©Davide Pizzardi

For a company becoming CELIM’s partner means to associate its mark to a vision of social and corporate responsibility based on sharing values through open dialogue.
We believe in teamwork aimed at producing mutual benefit, giving strength to our humanitarian projects, with an orientation towards practical, quantifiable results and an increasing recognisability for involved companies.
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Altin e Cem: boys and girls of today are the future ©Paolo Tarantini

Why CELIM? Because your donation counts

From 1954 to date, CELIM has been gaining specific experience, which today can be used to manage activities with professionalism and transparency (our funds are guaranteed by audited financial statements and a company report).
The second NGO ever created in Italy, CELIM is now recognised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and by the European Union. Choosing to support CELIM means embracing a family dimension operating at international level: this is how we manage to control management costs, we enable donators to actually see the outcome of their contribution and we avoid wasting resources.
Choosing to support CELIM does not mean giving to charity but, rather, taking part in bringing real change to local communities and in their practical training.

  • 22,941

    total number of direct beneficiaries of our co-operation and education projects in 2016

  • 86%

    of expenses spent for co-operation and education activities and for services to third parties in 2016

  • 13

    ongoing projects in Italy and in the world

  • 50%

    of funding for our activities comes from private entities and individual citizens

Collaborating

Alliances for change

Tax benefits

The advantages of donations

As happens for individual donors, companies can take advantage of the tax benefits provided for by the law.
If you wish to know more, please visit the section Questions/donations

  • €70,000

    is the maximum deductible amount for donations in cash or in kind, within the 10% of income art. 14 c.1 Law n°80/2005

  • 2%

    is the maximum deduction from a company’s income up to €30,000 art.100, c.2 letter h Presidential Decree 917/86

  • 5×1000

    Maximum deduction of personnel cost for the supply of services free of charge

  • Traceability

    Contributions must be traceable: there are no benefits for cash donations

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