Praca na Tak Foundation acts according to the principles of social economy. The concept is understood in a broader sense, different to the classic definition, which states that social exclusion is counteracted by support of non-governmental organizations and legal entities.
We believe that human beings in the economy cannot be associated with a sole tabular data approach.
Praca na Tak Foundation recognizes the need of close, mutual cooperation with NGO sector in order to allocate help quickly and effectively. Non-governmental organizations cannot compete amongst themselves for budgetary funds or funds obtained from commercial ventures.
Social economy should also strongly involve companies and financial institutions in socially useful projects, that are not only beneficial in the economic sphere, but also at a personal level. Corporate social responsibility is perfect for this type of task. It was created to improve corporate identity, but its laudable aims benefit when it is not just the idea but real visible effects.
Social economy should not be adjusted solely for the purpose of micro aims. Economic development, and the utilization of its effects, not only for employees, but also for the jobless, should be taken into account. The distribution of the national income must be forward-looking, technically speaking, even predictive.
Only a healthy economy provides an opportunity for an equal start. Moreover, "healthy" does not always have to mean growing macroeconomic indicators. In times of stagnation or recession the weakest become the most at risk of loss of revenue and purchasing power. The role of the country and civil society is to prevent such scenarios.
Praca na Tak Foundation offers support for similar entities and other non-governmental organizations.
We offer assistance in managment and accountancy for charity projects, including budgeting, applications for grants, and fundings.