Πιο κάτω θα δείτε τους κανονισμούς για την κατανομή κονδυλίων σε Σχέδια Εθελοντισμού που υλοποιούνται από οργανώσεις με Σήμα Ποιότητας:

At budget allocation stage there is no quality assessment. All eligible grant requests will receive funding. The awarded grant amount will depend on a number of elements:

  • the total budget available for allocation
  • the estimated budget required to implement the requested activities
  • the minimum and maximum grant
  • the following allocation criteria: qualitative performance (score of the Quality Label application) and policy priorities and thematic areas addressed by the activities applied.

In future calls, the evaluation results of reports on progress of the applicant’s objectives and Activity Plan and the respect of the programmes’ quality standards will be taken into account once they are available.

Total budget available for allocation At least 665.977 (332.988,5/round)

The budget is apportioned to applicable allocation criteria in the following way:

Minimum grants At least 200.000 (100.000/round)
Qualitative performance and policy priorities and thematic areas At least 250.000 (125.000/round)
Exceptional costs 65.977 (32.988,5/round)

The rest of the budget will be allocated by the NAs after the application deadline(s).

Minimum grant Each applicant will receive a minimum amount of: 10.000 EUR/round

Grant requests which are estimated to be lower than minimum grant will be fully awarded.

Method: The NA has estimated the amount by taking into account the minimum requirements of volunteering activities per type, the unit costs defined in the Programme Guide, the available budget and data from awarded grants of previous years.
Maximum grant An applicant can receive a maximum grant of: 80.000 EUR/round

In all cases, the awarded grant shall not be higher than the estimated budget required to implement all activities requested by the applicant (if approved). As an exception, exceptional costs will not count towards the limits set by the rules on maximum grant.

Method: The NA has estimated the amount based on data from previous selection rounds of the two last call years.