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Expect a Better Tomorrow

There are theme days for almost everything, but there wasn’t a day for a better tomorrow. That’s why we decided to make New Year’s Eve the “International Expect A Better Tomorrow day”. On this day and here on eabt.test, we will initiate various projects and pledge drives that aim to make a better tomorrow. This year’s initiative for a better tomorrow is Haveriet. Would you like to contribute and support Haveriet, please use the Swish-number below.

This years' initiative:Haveriet - (The Wreck)

The conditions in the waters along our Swedish coast are acute and the sea here is in a really bad state. Eutrophication and toxic algal blooms, commercial overfishing and careless handling of fish stocks, with absolutely no sustainability in mind. Oxygen deficiency and huge areas with dead seabed’s growing every year. This problem needs to be surfaced. We want to highlight that what is going on, along our coast, is nothing more than a giant failure, a wreck. With this initiative we want to inform about life below the surface and spread knowledge about what we must do to restore the sea we are so dependent on.

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Initiative 2019:Funkisfonden – (The Funkis Foundation)

2019’s initiative wanted to highlight that people with intellectual disabilities generally have more health problems and that sports and exercise are of great importance in reducing this. We also wanted to help Special Olympics Sweden to send more athletes to the Special Olympics World Games. Funkisfonden should also inspire everyone with disabilities to dare to believe that they too can also have dreams and goals.

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Initiative 2018:Segerpotten (The Victory Pot)

The Victory Pot was a pledge drive which we started to raise a victory bonus for the 2018 winner of the OBOS Damallsvenskan. The Victory Pot also highlighted the debate about the financial situation in women's football. During the year, The Victory Pot collected SEK 252,886 which went in full to Piteå IF, the winners of the OBOS Damallsvenskan 2018.

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A different kind of charity

Unlike many other charities, we do not use collected funds for administrative costs. Not a single penny. Sigma and Danir AB are responsible for all the costs of running the charity initiatives presented here. This means that every penny you donate goes to the beneficiary.

The Patron

Sigma's owner, Danir AB is responsible for this web site and all the initiatives presented here. Danir AB is the guarantor that all funds collected will go to the chosen beneficiary and all transactions are monitored by the Deloitte audit firm which is a third-party guarantor.