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We envision a world in which it is easy to take greater care of the home outside our house – the society we live in. Over 1 million bills were paid with Pago, but imagine donating just as easy and secure for causes chosen by you.

This is why we are offering you transparency, simplicity, and 0 costs when you want to do some good. You can donate with just one tap, directly from Pago, or as an online donation, from your browser.

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DONATE IN YOUR STYLE

With a tap, from the Pago app, where you receive benefits for the recurring donation, or directly from the browser.

Free

WE TAKE CARE OF THE COSTS

Pago and its partners support all the associated costs, and the donation goes entirely to the cause.

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We’ll keep you updated on the progress of the cause for which you donated.

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How does it work?

BETWEEN JULY AND SEPTEMBER 2019, 15 NGOS WERE SELECTED BY A JURY AND BY PUBLIC VOTE. THOSE NGOS WILL RECEIVE OUR SUPPORT AND ACCESS TO OUR PLATFORM FOR ONE YEAR.

Any NGO that was founded more than one year ago could apply in the competition, as long as it has demonstrated activity in the last 8 months, in at least one of these areas: Education, Health&Sports, Public Participation, Social. The next edition starts the summer of 2020.

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Jury

FOR THE FIRST PHASE OF THE SELECTION, A JURY WILL SELECT 5 NGOS/CATEGORY, ACCORDING TO THE SELECTION CRITERIA. EACH NGO WILL BE SCORED BY AT LEAST 2 MEMBERS OF THE JURY.

Alina Kasprovschi is a founding member of the Bucharest Community Foundation, which she has been running since its founding in 2011.

Here she develops fundraising mechanisms, helps companies to get involved in the community, and provides philanthropic counselling to individual donors. She has a previous experience of over ten years in communication and marketing.

Alina believes that the only optimistic future for mankind is that of vivid and active communities who are involved in solving their own problems.

With significant experience in banking and electronic payments, Cătălin Creţu has a solid expertise in management and financial operations in several geographic areas.

After studying at renowned universities in the US and Europe and working at HSBC Bank USA in New York, Cătălin Creţu returns to Romania in 2004 to lead the Visa local office. As a General Manager of Visa for Romania, Croatia, Malta and Slovenia, Cătălin is directly involved in developing and implementing business plans and market strategies for Visa in the four countries, coordinating operational activities in payment technologies and overseeing communication and government relations.

Catalin holds a PhD in International Relations at New York University, as well as a M.A. in International Affairs at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.

Elena Stancu has worked for almost six years at the Marie Claire magazine, where she was featured editor, then deputy editor-in-chief. At the beginning of 2013, she won the third prize in the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence program.

In 2014, she was a finalist at the international journalism competition Kurt Schork Awards, and in 2016 she was nominated for the European Press Prize, the Distinguished Writing Award.

For over 6 years, together with her partner, photographer Cosmin Bumbuţ documents and tells stories on Teleleu.eu, where they have published dozens of articles, made two documentary films and published a book.

Florin is a trainer and facilitator of learning processes: solution orientation, social entrepreneurship, design thinking, team management, communication.

Florin is also the founder of the RomaniaPozitive.ro site, the first Romanian information and positive education platform with over 30,000 articles on Romania.

Alina Kasprovschi

Executive Director, Fundația Comunitară București

Cătălin Crețu

General Manager Visa Romania, Croatia, Malta and Slovenia

Elena Stancu

Journalist

www.teleleu.eu

Florin Ghindă

Founder România Pozitivă

Iuliana Rada is program director at the Civil Society Development Foundation, where she covers communications and program development for the nongovernmental sector.

She is passionate about how NGOs can develop and enhance their work for the benefit of the community and their beneficiaries. Some of the events and programs she has coordinated or has been involved in include ONGFest (the NGO festival), the International Solidarity Gala, În stare de bine, grantmaking program or Știri.ong, the good news portal on NGOs, civic initiatives, CSR campaigns, funding and so on.

Mădălina coordinates the sponsorship and CSR activities for Banca Transilvania. She studied Psychology at UBB Cluj Napoca and has experience working in this domain – ABA Behavioral Therapy, and also and a HR and as a Marketing Specialist.

“Both in my current and in my previous professional activity I interacted with the NGO world. This is why I am really glad to be involved in this project”.

Radu is the dean of the Faculty of The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer science, University of Bucharest.

Associate professor with the Computer science Department, Radu has over 25 years of experience in higher education and scientific research, combined with different management positions both in the IT industry and public administration. He has an interest in the collaboration between the NGO sector, business and academia.

Raluca Ion is an editor@Republica. She has over 14 years of experience in journalism.

She graduated from the Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest and she wrote for Gândul.info, Dilema Veche, Cotidianul and Evenimentul Zilei. She is a Superscrieri fellow in education.

Iuliana Rada

Program director at the Civil Society Development Foundation

Mădălina Dina

CSR Specialist, Banca Transilvania

Radu Gramatovici

Dean, Faculty of The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer science, University of Bucharest

Raluca Ion

Editor
Republica

Vlad Mixich works as a health policy expert for the European Commission and several governments in Central and Eastern Europe. He is a Fulbright Humphrey fellow at Rollins School of Public Health (Emory University, Atlanta), where he is engaged in research in the field of health care and regularly teaches as a guest lecturer.

In Romania, he is part of the Romanian Health Observatory team, which in 2018 published for the first time data on the causes of drug crises, the effect of urban pollution on Romanian cities and the satisfaction of Romanian patients towards hospitals.

Over the years, Vlad has written or collaborated with Hotnews, Deutsche Welle, Digi FM, Dilema Veche. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Medicine and a Masters in Health Policies at the London School of Economics.

Adrian is a co-founder of Pago, the fintech app used by more than 100.000 users, with over 1 million bills paid within the app.

Before founding Pago, Adrian spent 12 years in the investment sector, as investment analyst and portfolio manager, mostly with Franklin Templeton in their Bucharest office.

In Pago he is responsible for Business Development, Sales, Marketing, Support and Operations.

Vlad Mixich

Health policy expert

Adrian Cighi

Co-founder of Pago

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