Basis of decisions
donation policy of the ANNE FRANK FONDS is based on Otto Frank's instructions and on decisions made by the Board of Trustees. This policy is guided by Otto Frank's last will and testament, Anne Frank's diary, the focus of donations (which is determined each year) and last, but not least the donation budget of the year in question.
Applications must be made in writing (by post or e-mail) to the AFF and must include the following:
- Description of project
- Financing plan
- Information about further applications pertaining to the same matter
- Information about the applicant and/or institution
To encourage applications from the widest possible spectrum, the AFF deliberately does not provide an application form.
The following list of criteria can be used to check whether an application meets the specifications. Projects with the following focuses are promoted:
- Promotion of peace
- Links between peoples across cultural, religious and ethnic boundaries
- Education of children and teenagers
- Combating racism, prejudice and violence
- Women's and children's rights
- Refugee relief
- Holocaust survivors
The Board of Trustees generally announces its decisions without providing reasons within 4-6 weeks of receipt of the application. The ANNE FRANK FONDS does not provide any information on the amount of donations; these vary depending on the project and the applicant. The submitted documents are not returned.
Requests for donations or enquiries about the use of original texts, photos and adapting material included in the legal domain of the ANNE FRANK FONDS must be addressed in writing to:
ANNE FRANK FONDS
Telefon +41 (0)61 274 11 74
Fax +41 (0)61 274 11 75