General information about associations' financial aid
Every year, Tamy's Executive Board grants financial aid to the student associations, school associations and hobby associations operating within Tamy. The purpose of the financial aid is to support the association's activities. Associations' financial aid is not granted for projects; for that purpose, associations can apply for Tamy's project support.
In addition to Tamy's association status, associations applying for financial aid must have at least ten members (excluding associations that do not have human members). Moreover, unregistered associations must have a bank account in their name.
The Council of Representatives determines the sum appropriated for financial aid when it approves Tamy's budget.
NB! If an association operating within Tamy does not apply for financial aid, it must leave an association announcement by the end of the application period for the financial aid.
Criteria and application period
Financial aid is granted on the grounds of the association's planned and executed activities. When granting the financial aid, the association's activities are compared to the activities of other associations that have applied for financial aid.
Click the links below to find out more about the criteria and application period.
- The application and granting of student association financial grants 2013
- The application and granting of hobby association financial grants 2013
- Criteria for scoring association for financial aid 2013 (tamypedia article)