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  • The origin of our funds, the destination of your donations

    Since the DUO for a JOB mentoring program is completely free for our participants, the support of financial partners is a prerequisite for our existence, our development and the sustainability of our action.

    Until 2017, our funds came mainly from private donations and foundations. In 2018 the first source of funding was still foundations. However, the share of public funding has increased steadily since the start of the project and amounts to one third of the budget in 2018. Private donors (mainly through large donations) still represent a significant proportion of our financial contributions. The rest is covered by the partnerships with companies.

    Because the mission of the association includes integration, social cohesion and equal opportunities, the financial independence of DUO for a JOB is crucial for the sustainability and advocacy of the association. It is with this in mind that the association constantly strives to diversify its sources of income and is committed to communicating transparently about the use of the donations received and the efficiency of its activities.

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    “DUO for a JOB gave me more self-confidence when looking for a job. I like the fact that the mentors are there and have been chosen in relation to the mentee’s journey. I think it makes the experience more personal, because the mentor is someone who understands you more.”

    Amandine, mentee at DUO

    Strict management and financial transparency

    To ensure that the DUO for a JOB project continues to evolve and grow, we make every effort to ensure that our finances are well managed. We also work directly with a trust company and have taken steps to ensure that our accounts are properly maintained and that the financial stability of the organisation is assured.

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    Reliability, responsibility and independence

    The association’s accounts are certified annually by a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) accountant. Following a thorough examination of the accounts and internal procedures, a report is drawn up in which we are given an unqualified opinion as to our compliance with accounting standards.

    “Always an extremely enriching experience, where you learn as much about yourself as about the other! A little human adventure that makes you feel good.”

    Koen, mentor at DUO