Charity For Life has implemented a “Code of conduct – CFL“, which means that Charity For Life ensures that both the organization, business partners and individuals follow the guidelines as stated below. The guidelines are reproduced in English for the sake of international cooperation between Charity For Life and its foreign partners.

Click here to download a PDF version of the document “CodeOf conduct”.


Charity For Life affiliated persons and other NGO organizations that Charity For Life may enter into partnership with must protect and comply with the principles covered by this Code of Conduct and they must be able to work in a safe and nurturing working environment. To support this, the Charity For Life promotes an organization-based culture of integrity driven by respectful and ethical behaviour among the Charity For Life association, its affiliated persons and the activities it funds.


This Code of Conduct applies to Charity For Life association (“CFL”) and all persons associated with CFL, namely, members of the boards, members and any voluntary person(s) working in the name of CFL. The Code of Conduct is a part of CFL terms and conditions and must be adhered to, together with the conditions in a specific agreement.

Humanitarian projects:

All humanitarian projects funded by CFL must comply with the current commitments in the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability, available at

Principles of the Code of Conduct

1. corruption and bribery.

CFL is determined to maintain the highest standards of integrity and work ethics across all its activities and maintains a policy of zero tolerance of corruption and bribery in all forms. CFL defines corruption as the abuse of entrusted power; and bribery as offering, promising, giving, accepting or soliciting an advantage as an inducement for an action that is illegal, unethical or a breach of trust.
Consequently, CFL affiliated persons and partnership with other NGO organizations must never accept, give or promise gifts, hospitality or anything of monetary value that could be interpreted as intending to improperly influence a decision or which could unduly affect proper business judgment or otherwise raise concerns about our integrity.

2. Bullying and harassment

CFL considers bullying and harassment of any kind and in any context to be unacceptable. Bullying is offensive, intimidating, malicious, insulting or similar behavior. It can make the person being bullied feel vulnerable, upset, humiliated, undermined, threatened or similar. Harassment is any unwanted physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct that has the purpose or effect of violating a person’s dignity or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or otherwise offensive environment for the person in question. This includes sexual harassment. CFL affiliated persons must respect one another’s integrity, dignity, privacy and their right to equity in the workplace.

3. Safeguarding and protecting children

CFL is committed to the welfare and rights of children, and maltreating children is unacceptable to CFL. Any CFL affiliated person who becomes aware of
any maltreatment of children must respond to this by reporting such maltreatment to CFL as well as the relevant authorities. Child maltreatment – sometimes referred to as child abuse and neglect – includes all types of physical and/or emotional ill treatment, sexual abuse, neglect, child labour and exploitation that result in actual or potential harm to the child’s health, development or dignity (in accordance with the definition by the World Health Organization).

4. Data protection

CFL affiliated persons who collect personal data must inform the owners of the data (“Data subjects”) why they are needed and how the data will be processed, obtaining clear and documented consent from the Data subjects themselves for the collection and processing of their data when necessary. Personal data and confidential information must be stored securely, be kept accurate and organized – retained for no longer than necessary – and must only be used for a specific and legitimate business. Any such personal data and confidential information must be collected processed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union.

5. Diversity, discrimination and inclusion

CFL does not tolerate any kind of discrimination. CFL affiliated persons must not discriminate in any way and must strive to increase diversity and inclusion to the greatest possible extent.

6. Environment

CFL Foundation affiliated persons must minimize adverse impact on the environment to the greatest possible extent.

7. Fraud, embezzlement and misuse of funds

CFL does not tolerate fraud, embezzlement and/or
misuse of funds.

8. conflicts of interest

CFL affiliated persons must carry out all operations and donation of funds at arm’s length. CFL does not tolerate the practice of nepotism by CFL affiliated persons, including the preferential treatment without regard to merit of friends, family or other close relations in terms of recruitment, procurement or aid delivery or in any other situation.

9. quality

CFL expects excellence from CFL affiliated persons in all behavior related to the projects funded. CFL expects the knowledge generated from projects supported by the CFL to be shared.

10. Safety and security

CFL is committed to excel in safety and security throughout its business and operations. This includes an obligation to ensure that the activities CFL funds are carried out in safe and secure workplaces and facilities that support the well-being of voluntary workers/persons. CFL affiliated persons must operate with the necessary permits, approvals and controls that are designed to protect safety and security.

11. Trade sanctions and anti-money laundering

CFL affiliated persons must refrain from entering into transactions with sanctioned persons or companies as investment objects, co-investors, partners or in other way which breach trade sanctions rules. In addition, the CFL is committed to support the combatting of money laundering and terrorist financing. CFL will frequently check EU and US terrorlists. The mentioned terror lists will be checked before any bank transaction to a foreign NGO partner organization.

12. anti-trust and fair competition

CFL is committed to ensuring compliance with all applicable anti-trust and competition laws.

Misconduct and sanctions

13. Non-compliance with the Code of Conduct

If CFL suspects that any CFL affiliated person has failed to comply with the CFL’s Code of Conduct, it will notify this person of the alleged breach. If a CFL affiliated person becomes aware of a breach of the CFL’s Code of Conduct, such person must inform CFL board immediately. If the potential breach is related to a case at an institution, such as an NGO organization, with well- defined internal procedures for handling such allegations, CFL may refer the case to a relevant body within the institution for processing. If no such body exists within the institution in question, CFL may decide on the course of action and any disciplinary sanctions.

14. Breaches

of CFL’s Code of Conduct may lead to sanctions. Sanctions for funds recipients may include:

– CFL sending a letter of reprimand;
– CFL sending information of the breach to relevant stakeholders;
– CFL will stop working with any such organizations;
– CFL reducing, phasing out or terminating a fund; and
– CFL demanding that fund be repaid.

CFL reserves the right to carry out an independent audit of any fund recipient and any CFL affiliated person.

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