The Gerando Falcões Fund of BrazilFoundation
Together we’re going to send the poverty of the favela to the museum
The Gerando Falcões Fund was created in September 2021 to receive donations abroad, which will be directed to the Favela 3D Project. With this, we will accelerate the impact of favela leaders across Brazil who have a common dream: to put the poverty of the favela in the museum.
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About the Fund
Education, economic development and citizenship
Systemic transformation of favelas
We focus on transformative initiatives capable of generating long-term results. We deliver educational, economic development, and citizenship services in favela territories and carry out systemic favela transformation programs.
About Gerando Falcões
Created in 2011 by social entrepreneur Eduardo Lyra, Gerando Falcões is an ecosystem of social development that was born in the favela. We believe that it is possible to transform the lives of children, youth, and favela residents through the combination of socio-emotional education, professional training, access to jobs and technologies.
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Brazil: BrazilFoundation is a non-profit organization, designated as a Public Interest Civil Society Organization (OSCIP, as per its initials in Portuguese) under Law 9.790/99, Ministry of Justice file no. 08071.000389/2004/01, Corporate Taxpayer Registration No. 04.839.572/0001-10. A donation receipt can be issued for donations made in reals. The donor must request their receipt directly from BrazilFoundation. Since we are an OSCIP, tax incentives are only awarded to businesses taxed on their profits. These businesses can deduct the cost of donations up to 2% of their operating profit. An individual donor may report the amount donated when filing income tax, but will not receive a tax incentive.