Only registered NGOs may benefit from Malta Community Chest Fund money from next year, the President said.

During a news conference, the names of 38 chosen NGOs eligible for funding were unveiled to enable them to carry out their social projects.

President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca said that in agreement with the bishops, it had been decided that this would be the last year where applications from unregistered companies are accepted.

She stressed that her office had worked to ensure the process is more accountable and transparent.

The NGOs selected are:

Ċentru Tbexbix
SOS Malta
Dr Klown
St Jeanne Antide Foundation
The Malta Health Association
Theatre Anon Arts Foundation
Arzella Childcare Centre
St Lazarus Foundation
National Council of Women
Żgħażagħ Azzjoni Kattolika
Life Cycle Foundation
Action for Breast Cancer Foundation
Paulo Freire Institute
Fondazzjoni Mid-Dlam għad-Dawl
Soċjetà Duttrina Nisranija
Dar il-Kaptan
Fondazzjoni Bormliża għall-Persuni b'Diżabilità
Platform of Human Rights Organisations in Malta
European Prison Education Association Malta Branch
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Malta
Għaqda Mużikali San Ġorġ Martri (Qormi)
Fondazzjoni RISe
Dar Osanna Pia
Secretariat for Catholic Education Schools
Write Deal Association
Malta Hospice Movement
Intelligent Transport System
Foundation for Independent Living
Malta Chamber of Pharmacists
Prison Fellowship Malta
Women's Rights Foundation
Assoċjazzjoni Maltija tal-Foster Care
Youth Eme Foundation
Cross Culture International Foundation Malta
ADHD Family Support Group



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