Tenerife allocates 285,000 euros to third sector projects

The Cabildo de Tenerife has agreed to allocate 285,000 euros to third-sector entities on the island, which will be used for projects that will have to be carried out between June 1, 2022 and June 1, 2023, the island corporation reported this Monday.

The concession procedure will be by competitive bidding, according to established assessment criteria, always objective for each of the lines, Nauzet Gugliotta has stated.

The entities must justify the cost of the subsidy until July of next year, and the aid must be allocated to three lines of action, the first of which is to strengthen associationism.

The objective is to provide financial support to third sector entities that work in the field of social and community care, citizen participation, community development, interculturality, LGBTIQ+ diversity and the promotion of the Gypsy People.

It also focuses its attention on defending the rights of people who have a disability, disorder, illness or pathology recognized by the National Health System. For line 1 there is an assigned credit of 155,000 euros, with a maximum of 6,200 for each project.

Line 2 is aimed at promoting LGBTIQ+ diversity, and has a budget of 80,000 euros and a maximum of 25,000 euros for each project that is presented.

This line seeks to promote projects aimed at assistance, support, social inclusion and citizen participation of the LGBTIQ+ community.

In addition, support awareness-raising and training actions on LGBTIQ+ realities, for which it will be especially valued that the actions are aimed at LGBTIQ+ people who have a recognized disability, disorder, illness or pathology and that these activities implement social integration actions.

The third subsidy line, endowed with 50,000 euros and a maximum of 12,500 per project, is aimed at strengthening the associative fabric and social inclusion of the Roma People.

The aim is to strengthen the gypsy social fabric through the development of projects aimed at promoting the gypsy people, especially young people and women.

In any case, it will be valued that the beneficiaries of the project or some of its activities are people from the Roma People who have a disability, disorder, illness or pathology and, as in the case of the previous line, social integration activities are implemented.

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