We include money from public funds in order to boost our activities
Creation of the information system for a more efficient, faster and more productive organisation of the work of the Rescue Association
The Rescue Association received funding from the Kodanikuühiskonna Sihtkapital, which created the information system VP-EST of the members of the Rescue Association. The system helps associations document details related to their equipment and membership, and gives the umbrella organisation a better overview of the state of voluntary rescue in Estonia.
Total cost: 12,165 euros
Of which the support of KÜSK: 11,565 euros
Time for implementation of the project: June 2014-December 2015
Pollution abatement containers
The Rescue Association received funding from the Civil Society Investment Centre for the project, which included the purchase of four pollution abatement containers for four maritime rescue associations. The equipment involves booms, movable trailers and tools for collecting mazut. Containers were designated by the Rescue Board for use for maritime rescue associations in Pärnu County, Saaremaa and Northern Estonia.
Total cost: 100,000 euros
Of which the support of KIK: 100,000 euros
Time for implementation of the project: June 2016-December 2016
Social inclusion of the Rescue Association: empowering volunteer rescue on the internet
The aim of the project is to raise awareness among citizens, companies and social partners of voluntary rescue and involve them in voluntary rescue tasks. As part of this project, a new website is created for the Rescue Association, and more methodological work is started on social media.
Total cost: 12,000 euros
Of which the support of KÜSK: 10,806.25 euros
Time for implementation of the project: April 2017-August 2017