This year, a total of 14 applicants will get support from the Princess Märtha Louise Foundation. The grants are going to groups focused on children under the age of 16 with disabilities.
Among chosen applicants are the local teams of Norway’s Autism Association in Østfold and Telemark, the Hommelvik Sports team, and the Paraclimbing in Bodø Climbing Club.
The Princess Märtha Louise fund was established on September 15, 1972, with a share capital of NOK 75,000.
This year, fund allocations will go to measures under the auspices of chosen organizations. The aim is to benefit as many children under the age of 16 with disabilities as possible.
The complete list of organizations is as follows:
- Autism Association in Norway, Telemark local team
- Autism Association in Norway, Østfold Local Association
- Hommelvik Sports team, Football department at Hommelvik Guts
- NAAF Sør-Varanger local team
- Norwegian Association for Neurofibromatosis, Youth Group
- Torshov Corps
- FBF Sunnmøre
- NRF Nærøy and Vikna Rheumatism Association
- ADHD Norway, dept. Buskerud
- YWCA-YMCA Change House Norway
- Kongsberg Sport sclub
- Para Climbing in Bodø Climbing Club
- Gjersetdalen Wilderness area
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