Enterprise Estonia / EAS
Enterprise Estonia (EAS) promotes business and regional policy in Estonia and is one of the largest institutions within the national support system for entrepreneurship. EAS provides financial assistance, cooperation opportunities, counselling and training for entrepreneurs, research institutions, the public and non-profit sectors. The long term goal of EAS is to help Estonia become one of the most competetive countries in the world. As a part of this mission, EAS supports the Clean World Conference 2017, in Tallinn, hosting international leaders in civic society and building a cooperation network across the world.
Estonian Foreign Ministry
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Estonia funds World Cleanup Day from the Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid program. The general goal of Estonian development cooperation is to contribute to the eradication of work poverty and to attaining the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Estonian Ministry of the Environment
The task of the Ministry of the Environment is to create such prerequisites and conditions which ensure us and the following generations diverse nature and clean living environment as well as the sustainable use of natural resources.
The Republic of Estonia is celebrating its 100th birthday in 2018. It is a special celebration to put more thought into everything the country has provided to its people and what it has to offer to them and the world today. The preparations and carrying out of World Cleanup Day are funded from the external program budget of Estonian Republic 100 to introduce Estonia and the fastest growing civic movement originating from Estonia, in the world during 2017-2018.
National Foundation of Civil Society
National Foundation of Civil Society (NFCS) is a state financed civil society fund in Estonia. We support non-governmental organizations in developing different capacities, so that they can pursue their objectives consciously and purposefully. As an efficient assistance, development and support center, we strive for a strong and viable civil society.
In 1984, Roberto Goizueta, then Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, established The Coca-Cola Foundation. Over the past three decades, The Foundation has grown from a local foundation into a global philanthropic organization.
Since its inception, The Coca-Cola Foundation has given back more than $1 billion to enhance the sustainability of local communities worldwide.