A special rate for those helping

In the community Non-profit organizations such as neighborhood clubs, soup kitchens, pensioners’ centers and other charitable organizations receive a special rate.

Public service entities

These are civil associations, simple associations and foundations that do not make profit neither directly nor indirectly; and non-profit community organizations working with municipalities that offer programs to promote and protect rights or carry out direct social assistance activities without charging the recipients for their services. As well as being non-profit, these entities must offer a service or benefit to the community that any citizen can use or activities that any citizen can participate in.

To qualify for the special rate, Public Service Entities must be registered with the National Centre of Community Organizations, which is part of the National Council for the Coordination of Social Policies and the Ministry of Social Development, according to Resolution 218/16.

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