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L’8×1000 è la percentuale dell’imposta sui redditi che i Cittadini italiani possono destinare allo Stato o ad una confessione religiosa. Questa misura nasce nel 1984, quando il Concordato tra la Repubblica Italiana e la Chiesa Cattolica introduce questa modalità di finanziamento. Successivamente tutte le confessioni religiose riconosciute dallo Stato italiano hanno avuto la possibilità di accedere a questi fondi.
Nel 1993 il Sinodo della Chiesa valdese – unione delle Chiese metodiste e valdesi – ha stabilito che i fondi Otto per Mille assegnati alla nostra Chiesa siano utilizzati per realizzare progetti con finalità assistenziali, sociali e culturali in Italia e all’estero.
Questa scelta ci è sembrato il modo migliore per “restituire alla società” tutte le risorse che i contribuenti decidono di affidarci e sostenere l’impegno di tantissime associazioni, in Italia e nel resto del mondo, per garantire istruzione, inclusione, sviluppo e crescita.

UN PROGETTO
CHE FA LA DIFFERENZA

The Waldensian Church of Italy (Union of Methodist and Waldensian Churches) has stated to allocate the Otto per Mille IRPEF* funds exclusively to the implementation of social, healthcare, humanitarian and cultural interventions both in Italy and abroad. 

The following applicants are eligible to receive Otto per Mille grants as by art. 4 of Law 409 of 1993:

Organisations that are part of the Union of Methodist and Waldensian Churches

Italian or international
associations
(Associations, Committees, NGOs and non-profit Organisations provided that the requested grant is used for the purposes of Law 409 of 1993, namely charitable, humanitarian, cultural purposes and not for profit activities)

Italian and international
ecumenical organizations

* Eight per thousand (otto per mille) is the share equalling 8 ‰ = 0.8% from the annual income tax return taxpayers can choose to devolve to a religious denomination as provided by the Italian law.

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Every year a report is published on the funds received and the projects funded.

See the videos of some projects here.

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The Guidelines to apply to the Otto per Mille 2020
funds are now available.

The call for projects submissions closed on January 31, 2020.

Download the needed guidelines from the link below

The Otto per Mille guidelines and instructions for using the Juno platform can be downloaded from this page or directly from the Juno platform.

Applications may be submitted either in Italian or in English.

Guidelines 2020
Guidelines for requesting a grant

Instructions JUNO
Instructions for using the platform

GUIDELINES
FOR FINANCIAL REPORTING

Financial Reporting
Approved until 2018

Guidelines of Financial Reporting 2019

VISIBILITY
RULES

In the light of mutual collaboration and transparency the Organisations benefiting from Otto per Mille funding are required to ensure adequate visibility of the funding awarded, without incurring the cancellation of the funding.
Visibility should be proportionate to the type of project and the structure of the Organisation, and include, at least, the Otto per Mille logo on the Organisation’s web site or a link to the web site www.ottopermillevaldese.org

Furthermore,
the logo shall be displayed on:

Publications that are produced
in the scope ofthe funded project.

(books, invitations, brochures, posters, etc.)

Machinery, equipments
and vehicles purchased.

Buildings/parts of buildings renovated
or rooms furnished.

The logo shall be accompanied by the following sentence

“project funded with the support of Otto per Mille of the Waldensian Church of Italy”, when possible.

You are kindly asked to send us a draft of the communication material before printing, so that we can verify whether the logo has been correctly used.

To receive the official logo of Otto per Mille it is necessary to fill out the form on the right with your data.

You will receive an email with the password to insert on the page with the logos to download.

Do you want to receive updates on how the Otto per Mille Waldensian funds are used?