With our advocacy work, we aim to promote systemic changes that contribute to strengthening the financial sustainability of civil society organizations and improving the environment for fundraising and donations in Brazil.
For the coming years, ABCR's advocacy priorities are:
- Implementing the Donation Banking Framework.
- Zero the ITCMD (Case Mortis Transmission Tax and Donations) for civil society organizations.
- We have already managed to include the fundraising profession in the Brazilian Classification of Occupations.
- Ensure that civil society organizations are not harmed by the implementation of the General Data Protection Law.
- Spread Giving Day to promote the culture of giving.
- Lead the Brazilian Coalition of CSOs for the FATF/FATF.
The success of our advocacy work depends directly on the support we receive from civil society itself. That's why we invite you: come and build with us a more donor and independent civil society!
Get the latest news about our work click here. Donate to ABCR to advance our advocacy priorities. It's simple and fast, just choose one of the options below, through PayPal. If you need a special ticket, write to us at email@example.com. br.
Donate to ABCR to advance our advocacy priorities. It's simple and fast, just choose one of the options below, through PayPal. If you need a special ticket, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. br.
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To develop advocacy actions, ABCR has a partnership with Pulso Público, a specialized company to support civil society organizations in their public interest agendas.
To learn more about ABCR's strategy, access the power point we prepared, clicking here.
Check out below the presentation made by the Chairman of the Deliberative Council, Márcia Kalvon Woods, on February 28, 2019, detailing ABCR's advocacy actions.