Questions & Answers
Is my donation secure?
We make sure that your donation is made in a safe and secure environment, using industry-standard technology especially developed for online donations. We will not share, sell or trade your personal information with anyone else.
Do I get a receipt?
We will send a donation receipt to the email address that you provide in this form.
Can I trust you?
Yes you can. We are validated annually by The Swedish Fundraising Control, that oversees the collection of funds for humanitarian causes. The WCPF has a 90-account, which is only given to organisations that are validated as being managed in an ethical and responsible way and can guarantee that the money reaches its intended purpose.
How will my donation be used?
Your contribution will empower children to stand up for child rights and democracy, now and in the future. At a cost of only one US dollar per child, 42 million children have been empowered through the Worlds Childrens Prize program so far; including former child soldiers in war torn D.R. Congo, and girls from Nepal who were exploited as sex slaves. In addition, we have supported the work of more than 40 Child Rights Heroes.
Can I get a Gift Certificate to give away?
Yes you can. We are validated annually by The Swedish Fundraising Control, that oversees the collection of funds for humanitarian causes. The WCPF has a 90-account, which is only given to organisations that are validated as being managed in an ethical and responsible way and can guarantee that the money reaches its intended purpose. The WCPF is also validated annually by the organisation Charity Rating.
Can I make a donation via a bank transfer?
If you live in Sweden, you can make a donation via PG 90 01 86-8 or BG 900-1868.
Can I sign up for automatic withdrawals?
If you live in Sweden, you can sign up for automatic deductions from your bank account. Contact us on fadder@worldschildrensprize, or phone 0159-129 00.
Can I use my mobile phone to make a donation?
Currently, you can only donate via your cell phone if you have a Swedish bank account. If you do, you can use SWISH number +46-9001868 to donate a sum of your choice.
Are there more ways of making a contribution?
You can support us in many different ways. Many schools and community organizations have colllected money locally. private companies are of course also welcome to support the WCP. Send a message to email@example.com or phone +46-59-129 00 if you want to learn more.
Right now and until 31 December, all donations to the World’s Children’s Prize Program are doubled. A donor matches all donations, which means that your gift will educate and strengthen twice as many children as changemakers for a better world!
On the left, you can see the donations that have been matched so far (in SEK). Your contribution will educate and empower vulnerable children so that they become changemakers. They stand up for human fellowship, the equal value of all people, the rights of the child, democracy and sustainable development. At a cost of circa one US dollar per child, you are investing in a better future.
The majority of the children involved in the program live in poor and fragile states. This includes children who have been exploited as soldiers, slaves or in commercial sexual exploitation. They discover for the first time that they have rights and are able to make their voices heard.
For 10 USD, More than 10 children can be educated and empowered.
For 25 USD, a whole class in a school can be educated and empowered.
For 50 USD, often all the children in a village can be educated and empowered.
The personal information we ask for, is used primarily to be able to handle your donation, to give you the correct assistance and service and be able to tell you about the results we have achieved, learn more about how we handle personal information in the Integrity Policy.
Your personal information may also be used for the marketing of the WCP, and for finding new ways of communicating and interacting with you and others who want to support our work for vulnerable children. We never share your personal information with an outside party, except for those we have close cooperation with or are obliged to report to.