BlueBehavior Foundation

The BlueBehavior Foundation's sole purpose is to fund volunteer facilitator's travel costs as they meet NGOs in need of leadership development anywhere the world. 

The foundation is actively working with participants from major, recognized NGOs and the first full program is offered in Jakarta in November. 

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The BlueBehavior Foundation is created by Catherine De Chassart and Ulrik Ramsing

In essence, the foundation allows three interdependent parties to join in the support of the NGO:

  • Cause - the NGO brings a good reason, 12-16 local participants from their own and partnering organizations to a facility usable for 3-4 days of high-impact leadership training.
  • Content - the volunteer facilitators brings their materials, their time and their experience -- all for free and with no strings attached!
  • Coordination - the BlueBehavior Foundation coordinates the event AND pays for all facilitator's travel costs, allowing the facilitators to meet the NGOs anywhere there is a need and a place to train.  

It is the intent to offer two weeks of free training per year per volunteer. With a little luck and a whole lot of helpfull donations - some via "pay-it-forward" options added to the participating facilitator's normal invoicing - it will all be possible.

Initial funding has come from the allocation of an entire and substantial bonus payment from Hager Group towards a global project managed by Ulrik and Catherine for De Baak in Holland.

Participating Organizations

At present, these fine organizations are sending participants to events offered by the BlueBehavior Foundation:

Disclaimer

The BlueBehavior Foundation is presently under construction, investigating the correct and optimal setup and location to establish its official presence. Presently Holland is in the lead with an expected creation date of December 19th 2019.

At present all contributions are managed by BlueBehavior on isolated accounts under the supervision of RevisionRy, a certified public accounting firm and member of FSR in Denmark.