This area does not need any standardization; the realm of charity should be allowed to develop and the notion of reputation should be posited as the key social institution.
We believe that foundations should come together. Only a professional approach and absolute transparency can win society’s trust, and that is the principal condition for accumulating social capital.
Foundations need to work professionally, to build up their reputation in order to win trust and have the desired influence on development of the social sphere; they should also be able to speak the same language as the businesses that donate resources to them.
We are competing for financial resources with other charitable foundations. The more precise the description of our stance for potential donors, the more effective our work will be. When we compete, we create a quality service.
Expenses incurred by the state, private individuals and businesses engaged in charity work are recouped with the most precious thing ever: with human life, health and safety.
Each foundation should have principles and ethical standards, that is, convergence points for all foundations; they should have a common glossary, a common vision. Without them, foundations place themselves at a high risk.
The state is ready to accommodate charity because, from the state’s point of view, it is an extremely valuable form of collaboration with people, it advances people’s interests and the search for problem points.
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