The creation and founders of the fund

The story of the Fund goes back to 2005 and St. John’s Day (December 27) when a fellowship of Christian officers decided that beliefs and values should be expressed not only in words, but also in actions. The discussions resulted in quite a unanimous opinion that children must be helped in their educational journey. Since the fellowship was small, support was aimed at one child – a year-old Carolin, whose…

Structure of the fund

The Fund has a one-member Management Board and members of the Supervisory Board. Chairman of the Supervisory Board Vello Väinsalu Members of the Supervisory Board Veljo Volt Krista Mulenok Renzo Rajaste Peeter Kuimet Lauri Kurvits   Chief Executive of the Fund Iti Pällin, iti.pallin@carolinfond.ee  Ph.+372 5346 2209

Code of ethics

Non-profit organisations value integrity, equality, dignity, openness, solidarity, collaboration, diversity and reliability and they act on the basis of these values. Their cooperation is based on benevolent partnership, mutual respect and recognition. It is the duty of non-profit organisations to contribute to the development of a safe, balanced and caring society. In their day-today activities, non-profit organisations are guided by the laws and other legislation of the Republic of Estonia.…

Principles of ethical operation of non-profit organisations

Democratic governance and operation1. A non-profit organisation has a clear and understandable mission. In carrying out its mission, a non-profit organisation is guided by its statutes, internal documents and operating standards.2. A non-profit organisation expresses and represents a diversity of interests and needs of people. A non-profit organisation engages people in the development of civil society through civic education, participatory democracy, advocacy and other forms.3. A non-profit organisation as a…

Statues

FOUNDATION CAROLIN ILLENZEER FUND STATUTES 1. General provisions 1.1. The patron of the foundation CAROLIN ILLENZEER FUND is the president of the Republic of Estonia. 1.2. The foundation CAROLIN ILLENZEER FUND (hereinafter the Fund) is a private entity, established in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Estonia to administer and use assets in order to achieve its statutory objectives. 1.3. The name of Fund in English is “Foundation…

The Carolin Illenzeer Fund

The aim of the Carolin Illenzeer Fund is to collect financial and social assistance resources to support the children of the members of the Estonian Defence Forces who have been killed or severely injured in the line of duty. The guiding principles of the Fund are kindness and good will in order to help cover the schooling costs or support the hobby activities of the children of the members of…