2019 World of children Education Award
Frederique Kallen, recipient of World of Children Education Award
Each of the World of Children awards recognize real-life heroes who are working to dramatically improve the lives of vulnerable children.
In the media, World of Children is recognized as the “Nobel Prize for Child Advocates.”
World of Children employs a rigorous initial and follow-up investigation process. Every program has been investigated by one of the world’s leading security firms to ensure that they meet World of Children standards. Investigations include a criminal background check; an on-site visit; interviews with law enforcement; community leaders and experts in the areas of impact; and a review of all financial data.
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Frederique Kallen wins the Graham Maher Award.
The Grahame Maher Award is a tribute to an inspirational leader of the Vodafone Foundation’s World of Difference Programme. The award offers previous recipients the chance to win a £100,000 grant for their charity to spend over 12 months developing and implementing a visionary project.
On November 2nd and 3rd (2011), the final of the award took place in Qatar where Frederique faced Nick Eastcott (UK) and Sue van Shreven (New Zealand).
Fréderique received a £ 100,000 prize to be invested in the development and implementation of sustainable change for the community in which Mama Alice’s work is taking place.
2006, 2014 and 2015
Mama Alice Foundation winner of the Transparent Prize for small charities in the Netherlands
The Transparent Prize offered charities a platform to show their impact in society. The aim was to professionalise the quality of reporting and to contribute to public confidence in socially relevant organizations.
In 2017 PwC stopped organizing the Transparent Prize. Now that the reporting and accountability of the charities has improved significantly in the past fourteen years, the price has made itself more or less redundant, says PwC. “It means that the Dutch public is increasingly better informed about social results.”
2005 Frederique Kallen wins World of Difference prijs Vodafone
The World of Difference program in The Netherlands offers up to five people the opportunity to dedicate themselves for a whole year to their favorite charity and thus make a world of difference..
The winners receive an annual average salary plus an expense allowance that will enable them to achieve their dream.