Efficient treasury solutions are essential for all organizations – especially for NGOs who are often decentralized with entities all around the world and often in underdeveloped areas or even in crisis hot spots. BELLIN supports NGOs and social institutions pursuing humanitarian and social objectives with free licenses for the treasury management software tm5. Moreover, BELLIN supports higher education institutions, such as colleges and universities, by offering a significant reduction in license fees.
tm5 enables them to manage their assets and payments as simply and efficiently as possible. From liquidity planning to risk management to payments and statements with the integrated BELLIN SWIFT Service, NGOs and higher education institutions can move away from transaction-focused treasury to a strategic treasury. In addition, reports, which are frequently required as proof by supporting organizations and sponsors, can be generated in the system with just one click.
BELLIN supports associations, foundations and non-profit organizations which are recognized as charitable organizations in their respective countries and which follow at least one of the following primary goals on a not-for-profit basis:
- Advancing education
- Fighting poverty and providing relief to the poor
- Supporting environmental and nature preservation
- Promoting child and youth welfare
- Providing social welfare services
- Improving development cooperation and international understanding
“Non-governmental organizations face the same complex treasury challenges as other companies. However, they often lack the funds for a web-based treasury solution. BELLIN wishes to help these organizations, ensuring they can make optimum use of their funds to advance their cause. Therefore, instead of donating money, we donate our know-how to provide targeted help in an area where we know we can make a real difference.”Martin Bellin | Founder and CEO, BELLIN
Organizations are not eligible for sponsorship if they directly or indirectly pursue ideological or personal interests, or if they engage in discrimination based on religious belief, age, ethnicity, national origin, language, gender, sexual orientation or socioeconomic background.
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“Having the data in our TMS means having the best possible overview and a very effective basis for successful liquidity management and investments. That makes our lives much easier.”Malcolm Grant | Chief of Treasury, IOM
In this video, BELLIN CEO and founder Martin Bellin visits IOM, the International Organization for Migration, to learn about their treasury and to conduct an interview with their Chief of Treasury Malcolm Grant. In an unusual setting, the two treasury aficionados discuss the specific challenges of a non-profit organization’s treasury business, like risk management and issues of visibility, as well as Grant’s particular treasury approach.
The ICRC is part of the Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement comprised of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the International Federation of the Red Cross & Red Crescent (IFRC) as well as National Red Cross/Red Crescent societies present in each country. Interventions in the wake of natural disasters – something the Red Cross is widely known for and that often features in the media – are conducted by IFRC and National Societies. The ICRC (in line with their charter) focuses on assistance in war-torn zones or areas with political unrest or military conflicts.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence. It takes action in response to emergencies and at the same time promotes respect for international humanitarian law and its implementation in national law. The ICRC was founded in 1863. Its mission is to ensure humanitarian ...