The Crown Princess Couple's Foundation
The Swedish Crown Princess Couple's Foundation
Before their wedding, Victoria and Daniel established a foundation to mark the occasion of their marriage, The Crown Princess Couple's Wedding Foundation.
The Crown Princess Couple's Wedding Foundation - Sveriges Kungahus
The Foundation was renamed at the spring as Kronprinsessparets Stiftelse = The Swedish Crown Princess Couple's Foundation.
The Foundation has an own website with a lot of information.
The Board of the Foundation
Styrelse - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
They also have a group of experts helping in their work
Expertråd - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
In 2011 the Foundation distributed contributions to:
El Sistema - Hammarkullen
Fryshuset - Children of single mothers
In 2012 the Foundation distributed contributions to:
Red Cross Youth in Lund
Start-up of a buddy group with activities for unaccompanied refugee children in transit accommodations.
Delegate / Support person for young people living in families with substance abuse or mental illness.
TRIS, Girls' Rights in Society
Camp Ronja that gives girls the chance for an active and independent life, and gives them an insight into Swedish society.
Ockelbo camp at Countryside Center in Ockelbo to support children's contact to the nature.
Expanding knowledge of motion-health-diet for 6-year olds.
Swedish Sports Organization for the Disabled
Training for leaders in sport for the disabled children and young people
The Board of the Swedish Crown Princess Couple's Foundation has decided to provide funding for eight projects. Grants are awarded to projects that counteract alienation and / or promote good health among children and adolescents in Sweden.
Applications for project grants were awarded after an extensive selection process. The Managing Director of the Foundation, Elin Annwall, tells that this year's application period ended on August 31 and the Foundation received 100 applications. All applications were reviewed by the fulfillment of a purpose- and tax requirements. This year's grants are given to six organizations that haven't previously received a grant from the Foundation, two organizations were awarded continued funding.
The Foundation hopes to give through project funds more children and young people in Sweden the opportunity to grow up to be confident and strong individuals that feel like a natural part of society, regardless of their background and circumstances.
8 utvalda projekt får anslag från Kronprinsessparets Stiftelse - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
From the website of the Royal Court
8 utvalda projekt för barn och unga i Sverige får anslag från Kronprinsessparets Stiftelse - Sveriges Kungahus
This year's honey from the Crown Princess Couple's own garden next to Haga Palace is on sale at the Royal Gift Shops. The hives are a wedding gift to Victoria and Daniel from the Beekeepers Association. The net proceeds of the sale goes to the Crown Princess Couple's Foundation.
Årets Honung från Haga Slott - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
Victoria and Daniel visited Maskrosbarn at it's house at the Stora Essingen on Tuesday afternoon. They were told about the project Barnombud/Stödperson, which has received support from the Crown Princess Couple's Foundation since 2012. Sandra Patel Seropian presented her work as child representative and adolescents which Sandra supports talked about their experiences and how the support made a difference for them.
Also part of the foundation's board members, Håkan Pettersson, Johan Skarborg, Svante Lindqvist and Jan Lindman attended at the visit. The Crown Princess couple and the board members asked many questions and it was a nice and good conversation.
Kronprinsessparet på besök hos Maskrosbarn - Maskrosbarn
Kronprinsessan och Prins Daniel på besök hos Maskrosbarn - Kronprinsessparets stiftelse
Photo of Victoria and Daniel with their foundation's Expert Committee.
Görel Bråkenhielm - Former. school Chief
Orjan Ekblom - an MD, The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences
Mai-Lis Hellénius - Professor, Karolinska Institutet
Olle Hernell - Professor, Umeå University
Gisela Nyberg - an MD, Karolinska Institutet
Roy Bard - Founder, Social Initiative
Dilsa Demirbag-Sten - Operations Manager, Berättarministeriet
Tove Lifvendahl - Political Editor in Chief, Swedish Dagbladet
Lars Svedberg - Professor, Ersta Sköndal University College
Expertråd - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
Victoria and Daniel visited today Stiftelsen Läxhjälpen (Homework Foundation). Stiftelsen Läxhjälpen is a private non-profit foundation supported by the business community engaged in for free homework help in socio-economically disadvantaged areas. The Crown Princess Couple's Foundation has supported the Foundation since 2013.
Kronprinsessparet besökte Läxhjälpen - Sveriges Kungahus
Kronprinsessan och Prins Daniel på besök hos Stiftelsen Läxhjälpen - Kronprinsessparets stiftelse
Victoria and Daniel attended today at the Board meeting of the Crown Princess Couple's Foundation.
Sammanträde i Kronprinsessparets Stiftelse - Sveriges Kungahus
A photo of the whole Board with the Managing Director Elin Annwall
Alessandro Catenacci, Karl-Johan Persson, Daniel, Johan Skarborg, Victoria, Svante Lindqvist, Claude Marcus, Håkan Pettersson, Elin Annwall, Jan Lindman
Victoria and Daniel visited today association TRIS Tjejers rätt i samhället (Girls' Rights in Society) in Uppsala. TRIS' Camp Ronja got support from the Crown Princess Couple's Foundation in 2013. Camp Ronja aims to give young girls and women who have a limited discretion and / or living under honor-related oppression and violence the opportunity to test various kind of sports.
Photo from court Facebook
Gallery from TRIS
Kronprinsessparet besöker TRIS » TRIS Tjejers rätt i samhället
Kronprinsessan och Prins Daniel på besök hos TRIS i Uppsala - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
The representants of TRIS were interviewed by Swedish Radio P4. They told that they are proud that Victoria and Daniel support them. They were nervous before Victoria and Daniel came, but soon it was easy. Victoria and Daniel were so easy to talk with. The girls at the Ronja project had been also very nervous before the visit, they were looking at the mirror that everything is all right and were very excited. Victoria and Daniel talked with everyone and watched they do different sports.
Kronprinsessparet på hemligt besök hos TRIS i Uppsala - P4 Uppland Sveriges Radio
Kungligt besök på Perrys Gym i Uppsala - Fightermag
The Foundation organizes it's first seminar on 15th May at the Bernadotte Library at the Royal Palace, a Seminar of the Health of Children and Young Persons.
The National Homework Help Day was arranged today for the first time by the Stiftelsen Läxhjälpen (Homework Foundation). Hundreds of students did their homework in different places in the country, like at the Royal Palace and the Google office. Behind the initiative is the Homework Foundation which with funding from the business community works to help more children in socio-economically deprived areas to cope with school and be able on to high school.
The day was held in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö. Some of the donors of Homework Foundation; different companies and the Crown Princess Couple's Foundation welcomed students to their work for a moment to get help to their homework and talk about their jobs and businesses.
Sima did her homework with Daniel at the Royal Palace and talked about her dreams for the future.
Premiär för Nationella Läxhjälpsdagen - Stiftelsen Läxhjälpen
In addition to Sima, there were many more students doing their homework with Daniel, from the Crown princess couple's Foundation's website.
Läxläsning på Kungliga Slottet* - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
More photos of the students doing their homework at the Royal Palace. They had also got a tour at the Palace.
Prins Daniel hjälpte elever med läxor på slottet Svensk Damtidning
This afternoon the Crown Princess Couple's Foundation has it's first seminar, it is held at the Royal Palace. The theme is the children's health and the purpose is to highlight good examples of projects carried out and that participants share knowledge with each other.
* HRH Crown Princess Victoria
* Introduction, the Crown Princess Foundation Operationchef Elin Annwall and Moderator Dilsa Demirbag-Sten
* David Lega
What made me feel that it was possible, despite all the obstacles?
* Panel discussion with David Lega, Örjan Ekblom and Gisela Nyberg
Why is it important to get moving? How do children move about today?
* Panel discussion with Peter Wigertstil, Sevana Bergström and Mats Sundin
How can we support and encourage children to a healthier life?
*Closing, Moderator Dilsa Demirbag-Sten and Elin Annwall
Seminarium om barn och ungdomars hälsa - Kronprinsessparets bröllopsstiftelse
Victoria and Daniel had invited all those organisations, which they support via their foundation.
Victoria began the afternoon in the Bernadotte Library with welcoming everyone to the foundation's first seminar. "For Daniel and me, it is special that you have come here and that you share our commitment. That you also think this topic, children's health, is important, and above all that you feel we can make a difference."
Kronprinsessparet vid seminarium om barn och ungdomars hälsa - Sveriges Kungahus
From the pause of the seminar
Victoria with one of the speakers, David Lega. He is a swedish politician and a former Paralympic Swimmer. In 2011 he changed career and become Deputy Mayor of Gothenburg and second vice chairman of the Christian Democrats.
Two of the participants, Dilsa Demirbag-Sten (Operational Manager at Berättarministeriet) and Mats Sundin (former NHL-player, olympic and world champion)
About the seminar in Svensk Damtidning
Kronprinsessan Victoria Vi kan göra skillnad Svensk Damtidning
|All times are GMT -4. The time now is 10:07 AM.|
Powered by vBulletin
Copyright ©2000 - 2014