FUNDACAO BRAVA INC

Address
AVENIDA MOACI3957TH FLOORROOM 73
PLANALTO PAULISTA, FO 04083-00
BR
Contact
Website: http://www.brava.org.br
Phone: +1 (610) 696-4353
Nonprofit
NTEE: R20 - Civil Rights, Advocacy for Specific Groups
EIN: 31-1716989

Mission

THE FOUNDATION ENCOURAGES PROJECTS WHICH IMPACT BETTER LIFE CONDITIONS AND SERVICES PROVIDED TO THE POPULATION OF BRAZIL IN THE KEY AREAS SUCH AS HEALTH, SOCIAL DEFENSE, EDUCATION AND HOUSING.
 201620152014
Basic features of the organization
Year of formation2000
Subsection501(c)
Organization typeCorporation
Human resources, including compensation
Summary compensation info
Sum of reportable (W2/1099) compensation$0.00$0.00$0.00
Number of employees000
Number of people compensated >$100k000
Number of volunteers000
Number of highly compensated contractors000
Personnel
Ferreira, Leticia
TitleCEOCEOCEO
Name of key/compensated personLETICIA PICCOLOTTO FERREIRALETICIA PICCOLOTTO FERREIRALETICIA PICCOLOTTO FERREIRA
Average hours per week working for org40.0040.0040.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Sicupira, Carlos
TitleCHAIRPERSONCHAIRPERSONCHAIRPERSON
Name of key/compensated personCARLOS ALBERTO SICUPIRACARLOS ALBERTO SICUPIRACARLOS ALBERTO SICUPIRA
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
de Paula MacHado Sicupira, Cecilia
TitleDIRECTORDIRECTORDIRECTOR
Name of key/compensated personCECILIA DE PAULA MACHADO SICUPIRACECILIA DE PAULA MACHADO SICUPIRACECILIA DE PAULA MACHADO SICUPIRA
Average hours per week working for org1.001.001.00
Reportable compensation from org$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other comp, non-reportable, from org and related orgs$0.00$0.00$0.00
PositionIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or directorIndividual trustee or director
Corresponding comp from related orgs
Reportable compensation from related orgs $0.00$0.00$0.00
Purpose: mission, activities & accomplishments
Mission or significant activitiesTHE FOUNDATION IS OPERATED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CHARITABLE, BENEVOLENT, OR PHILANTHROPIC PURPOSES, INCLUDING THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL WELFARE.THE FOUNDATION IS OPERATED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CHARITABLE, BENEVOLENT, OR PHILANTHROPIC PURPOSES, INCLUDING THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL WELFARE.THE FOUNDATION IS OPERATED EXCLUSIVELY FOR CHARITABLE, BENEVOLENT, OR PHILANTHROPIC PURPOSES, INCLUDING THE PROMOTION OF SOCIAL WELFARE.
Program expenses (total)$5,336,696.00$2,015,791.00$2,982,147.00
Programs, including revenue & expenses
FUNDING FUNDACAO ESTUDAR IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION (PROJECT 5).FOUNDED IN JULY OF 1991, IN BRAZIL, FUNDA O ESTUDAR IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIPS TO BRAZILIAN STUDENTS TO PURSUE BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC MANAGEMENT DEGREES AT THE UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND PH.D. LEVELS, BOTH IN BRAZIL AND ABROAD. SINCE ITS FOUNDATION, FUNDA O ESTUDAR HAS ALREADY GIVEN APPROXIMATELY 600 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR YOUNG BRAZILIANS TO COMPLETE THEIR STUDIES IN WELL-KNOWN INSTITUTIONS WORLDWIDE, WITH THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF ALLOWING THEM TO RECEIVE THE BEST EDUCATION AVAILABLE IN THEIR FIELDS.IN 2016, FUNDA O ESTUDAR SELECTED 26 NEW SCHOLARS INTO THE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM. OF THESE, 11 WERE GRANTED GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS AND 15 WERE GRANTED UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS. FURTHERMORE, FUNDA O ESTUDAR EXPANDED ITS REACH, DIRECTLY PREPARING 18,827 YOUNG TALENTS TO ACCESS BETTER STUDY AND WORK OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH IN-PERSON PROGRAMS, WHICH IS MORE THAN DOUBLE THE REACH THEY HAD IN 2015 (9,242 BENEFICIARIES). THIS EXPANSION ALSO OCCURRED IN DIGITAL AND MULTIMEDIA CHANNELS, WHICH AIM TO INSPIRE AND GUIDE MILLIONS OF YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH THEIR CAREER AND STUDIES.
Program expenses$441,760.00  
Grants and allocations made$441,760.00  
Program descriptionFUNDING FUNDACAO ESTUDAR IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION (PROJECT 5).FOUNDED IN JULY OF 1991, IN BRAZIL, FUNDA O ESTUDAR IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT PROVIDES SCHOLARSHIPS TO BRAZILIAN STUDENTS TO PURSUE BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC MANAGEMENT DEGREES AT THE UNDERGRADUATE, GRADUATE AND PH.D. LEVELS, BOTH IN BRAZIL AND ABROAD. SINCE ITS FOUNDATION, FUNDA O ESTUDAR HAS ALREADY GIVEN APPROXIMATELY 600 SCHOLARSHIPS FOR YOUNG BRAZILIANS TO COMPLETE THEIR STUDIES IN WELL-KNOWN INSTITUTIONS WORLDWIDE, WITH THE MAIN OBJECTIVE OF ALLOWING THEM TO RECEIVE THE BEST EDUCATION AVAILABLE IN THEIR FIELDS.IN 2016, FUNDA O ESTUDAR SELECTED 26 NEW SCHOLARS INTO THE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM. OF THESE, 11 WERE GRANTED GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS AND 15 WERE GRANTED UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS. FURTHERMORE, FUNDA O ESTUDAR EXPANDED ITS REACH, DIRECTLY PREPARING 18,827 YOUNG TALENTS TO ACCESS BETTER STUDY AND WORK OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH IN-PERSON PROGRAMS, WHICH IS MORE THAN DOUBLE THE REACH THEY HAD IN 2015 (9,242 BENEFICIARIES). THIS EXPANSION ALSO OCCURRED IN DIGITAL AND MULTIMEDIA CHANNELS, WHICH AIM TO INSPIRE AND GUIDE MILLIONS OF YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH THEIR CAREER AND STUDIES.  
FUNDING FUNDACAO ESTUDAR IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2015", PROJECT 9.
Program expenses $455,023.00$700,000.00
Grants and allocations made $455,023.00$700,000.00
Program description FUNDING FUNDACAO ESTUDAR IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2015", PROJECT 9.FUNDING COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2014", PROJECT 7.
FUNDING INSPER - INSTITUTO DE ENSINO E PESQUISA IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION (PROJECT 6).INSPER IS AN ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION IN BRAZIL, FOUNDED IN 1982, WHOSE MISSION IS TO BE A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS. IT COMBINES ACADEMIC RIGOR WITH A PRAGMATIC MARKET APPROACH AND TRAINS SELF-DRIVEN PEOPLE TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL LEADERS AND PROFESSIONALS WITH SOLID ETHICAL PRINCIPLES. FUNDA O BRAVA SUPPORTS X INSPER'S INITIATIVES IN 2016:6.1 ENGINEERING SCHOOLTHIS PROGRAM BEGAN IN 2015 AND HAS THREE ENGINEERING COURSES: MECHANICS, MECHATRONICS AND COMPUTER. THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM WAS DESIGNED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING SCHOOLS, THE OLIN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.IN 2016, INSPER'S ENGINEERING SCHOOL ORGANIZED SEVERAL ACADEMIC EVENTS, LISTED BELOW: " GLOBAL TEACHING LAB: AN EVENT THAT CONNECTS STUDENTS TO COMPANIES AND UNIVERSITIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD, IN ORDER TO PROMOTE INTERNSHIPS AND UNIQUE EXPERIENCES." FIRST HACKATHON INSPER: IN ADDITION TO THE CHALLENGE OF DEVELOPING A SOLUTION FOCUSED ON IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE IN LARGE URBAN CENTERS, THIS EVENT HAD THE GOAL TO EXPLORE THE SYNERGY GENERATED BY TEAMWORK AMONG STUDENTS IN THREE COURSES: ADMINISTRATION, ECONOMICS AND ENGINEERING." FABLAB: IS AN OPEN CREATIVE PLATFORM THAT AIMS TO BRING TOGETHER CREATIVE PEOPLE FROM DIVERSE AREAS SO THAT THEY CAN COLLABORATIVELY MATERIALIZE IDEAS WITH DIGITAL MANUFACTURING" MARATONA MAKER INTEL: IS A PROJECT THAT PROMOTES WORKSHOPS TO ENCOURAGE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TO BUILD SOLUTIONS TO THEIR DAILY PROBLEMS WITH THEIR OWN HANDS." FIRST HACKATHON EINSTEIN: INSPER AND THE FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES OF THE HOSPITAL ISRAELITA ALBERT EINSTEIN HELD A HACKATHON OF SOCIAL INNOVATION WHERE STUDENTS FROM MEDICINE, NURSING, ADMINISTRATION, ECONOMICS AND ENGINEERING OF THE INSTITUTIONS DEVELOPED SOLUTIONS FOR THE PARAIS POLIS COMMUNITY." EXPO ENGENHARIA 2016: IT IS A MEETING IN WHICH INSPER'S ENGINEERING STUDENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW TO FRIENDS, FAMILY AND THE WHOLE INSPER COMMUNITY THE WORKS THEY ARE MOST PROUD TO HAVE DEVELOPED DURING THE YEAR.6.2 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: INSPER'S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ENSURES THAT HIGH-PERFORMING STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO THE UNIVERSITY, REGARDLESS OF INCOME. IN 2015, BRAVA PROVIDED THE STUDENTS WENDERSON MATTOS VIANA AND JEFFERSON MARQUES VIANNA THE OPPORTUNITY OF STUDYING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS AT INSPER. IN 2016, WENDERSON AND JEFFERSON ACHIEVED A GRADE AVERAGE OF 7.53 AND 8.87 OUT OF 10, RESPECTIVELY, AND ENDED THE YEAR RANKED IN THE 15TH AND 6TH POSITIONS AMONG 171 OTHER STUDENTS.FURTHERMORE, WENDERSON'S AND JEFFERSON'S ACHIEVEMENTS ARE NOT ONLY IN THE MATTER OF THEIR ACADEMIC RESULTS. WENDERSON AND HIS TEAM HAVE WON THE NATIONAL STAGE OF THE CFA CHALLENGE, WHICH IS A GLOBAL COMPETITION AMONG UNIVERSITIES IN WHICH THE STUDENTS MUST MAKE AN INVESTMENT ASSESSMENT FOR A REAL COMPANY. JEFFERSON WORKED AS A "SUMMER" INTERN FOR 45 DAYS AT FUNDA O BRAVA, SUPPORTING A PROJECT CALLED MEU MUNIC PIO.6.3 LEADERSHIP ACADEMY FOR DEVELOPMENT & INSPER (LAD)IN 2016, FUNDA O BRAVA SUPPORTED THE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY FOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DID BY INSPER. LAD WAS INTENSIVE PROGRAM FOR A SELECT GROUP OF MID- AND HIGH-LEVEL BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND BUSINESS LEADERS WAS DESIGNED TO ADDRESS HOW GOVERNMENT CAN ENCOURAGE AND ENABLE THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO PLAY A LARGER, MORE CONSTRUCTIVE ROLE AS A FORCE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. A DRIVING PRINCIPLE OF THIS LAD-INSPER PROGRAM WAS THAT POLICY REFORM IS NOT LIKE ENGINEERING OR OTHER TECHNICAL FIELDS THAT HAVE DISCRETE SKILLS AND CLEAR, OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS. INSTEAD, SUCCESSFUL REFORMERS MUST BE POLITICALLY AWARE AND WEIGH A BROAD RANGE OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE POLICY OUTCOMES. THIS PROGRAM WAS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE PARTICIPANTS WITH AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK TO BUILD THESE LEADERSHIP ABILITIES AND OPERATE EFFECTIVELY UNDER ADVERSE CONDITIONS. MAJOR THEMES WERE: 1) THE STATE AS CATALYST FOR PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT, 2) ANTI-CORRUPTION INITIATIVES, 3) FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM AND ACCESS TO FINANCE, AND 4) PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN INFRASTRUCTURE.IN 2016, THE COOPERATION BETWEEN BRAVA AND THE LAD/INSPER RESULTED IN:" 35 PARTICIPANTS FROM A SELECT GROUP OF MID- AND HIGH-LEVEL BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND BUSINESS LEADERS; " THE PROGRAM WAS DID WITH A GOOD PROFESSOR: FRANCIS FUKUYAMA FROM STANFORD AND ROGER LEEDS FROM JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY; " THE PROGRAM WAS EVALUATED WITH 9.4 AND HAD A GOOD FEEDBACKS BY PARTICIPANTS. 6.4 EXECUTIVE EDUCATIONIN 2016 BRAVA SUPPORTED THE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY FOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DID BY INSPER. THIS DONATION WAS COVERED BY INSPER TO DEVELOP A CASE STUDY ABOUT THE GOVERNANCE MODEL IN THE STATE OF RIO DE JANEIRO AND ALSO TO HAVE HOURS OF MENTORSHIP ABOUT CAREER IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR FOR THE STUDENTS.THE CASE STUDY WAS FINISHED AND THEY ALSO DID AND WORKSHOP ABOUT CAREER AND ITS CHALLENGES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR FOR AROUND 30 STUDENTS.
Program expenses$365,695.00  
Grants and allocations made$365,695.00  
Program descriptionFUNDING INSPER - INSTITUTO DE ENSINO E PESQUISA IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION (PROJECT 6).INSPER IS AN ACADEMIC ORGANIZATION IN BRAZIL, FOUNDED IN 1982, WHOSE MISSION IS TO BE A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS. IT COMBINES ACADEMIC RIGOR WITH A PRAGMATIC MARKET APPROACH AND TRAINS SELF-DRIVEN PEOPLE TO BECOME SUCCESSFUL LEADERS AND PROFESSIONALS WITH SOLID ETHICAL PRINCIPLES. FUNDA O BRAVA SUPPORTS X INSPER'S INITIATIVES IN 2016:6.1 ENGINEERING SCHOOLTHIS PROGRAM BEGAN IN 2015 AND HAS THREE ENGINEERING COURSES: MECHANICS, MECHATRONICS AND COMPUTER. THE ENTIRE CURRICULUM WAS DESIGNED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING SCHOOLS, THE OLIN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING.IN 2016, INSPER'S ENGINEERING SCHOOL ORGANIZED SEVERAL ACADEMIC EVENTS, LISTED BELOW: " GLOBAL TEACHING LAB: AN EVENT THAT CONNECTS STUDENTS TO COMPANIES AND UNIVERSITIES FROM AROUND THE WORLD, IN ORDER TO PROMOTE INTERNSHIPS AND UNIQUE EXPERIENCES." FIRST HACKATHON INSPER: IN ADDITION TO THE CHALLENGE OF DEVELOPING A SOLUTION FOCUSED ON IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE OF PEOPLE IN LARGE URBAN CENTERS, THIS EVENT HAD THE GOAL TO EXPLORE THE SYNERGY GENERATED BY TEAMWORK AMONG STUDENTS IN THREE COURSES: ADMINISTRATION, ECONOMICS AND ENGINEERING." FABLAB: IS AN OPEN CREATIVE PLATFORM THAT AIMS TO BRING TOGETHER CREATIVE PEOPLE FROM DIVERSE AREAS SO THAT THEY CAN COLLABORATIVELY MATERIALIZE IDEAS WITH DIGITAL MANUFACTURING" MARATONA MAKER INTEL: IS A PROJECT THAT PROMOTES WORKSHOPS TO ENCOURAGE CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TO BUILD SOLUTIONS TO THEIR DAILY PROBLEMS WITH THEIR OWN HANDS." FIRST HACKATHON EINSTEIN: INSPER AND THE FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES OF THE HOSPITAL ISRAELITA ALBERT EINSTEIN HELD A HACKATHON OF SOCIAL INNOVATION WHERE STUDENTS FROM MEDICINE, NURSING, ADMINISTRATION, ECONOMICS AND ENGINEERING OF THE INSTITUTIONS DEVELOPED SOLUTIONS FOR THE PARAIS POLIS COMMUNITY." EXPO ENGENHARIA 2016: IT IS A MEETING IN WHICH INSPER'S ENGINEERING STUDENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW TO FRIENDS, FAMILY AND THE WHOLE INSPER COMMUNITY THE WORKS THEY ARE MOST PROUD TO HAVE DEVELOPED DURING THE YEAR.6.2 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: INSPER'S SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ENSURES THAT HIGH-PERFORMING STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO THE UNIVERSITY, REGARDLESS OF INCOME. IN 2015, BRAVA PROVIDED THE STUDENTS WENDERSON MATTOS VIANA AND JEFFERSON MARQUES VIANNA THE OPPORTUNITY OF STUDYING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMICS AT INSPER. IN 2016, WENDERSON AND JEFFERSON ACHIEVED A GRADE AVERAGE OF 7.53 AND 8.87 OUT OF 10, RESPECTIVELY, AND ENDED THE YEAR RANKED IN THE 15TH AND 6TH POSITIONS AMONG 171 OTHER STUDENTS.FURTHERMORE, WENDERSON'S AND JEFFERSON'S ACHIEVEMENTS ARE NOT ONLY IN THE MATTER OF THEIR ACADEMIC RESULTS. WENDERSON AND HIS TEAM HAVE WON THE NATIONAL STAGE OF THE CFA CHALLENGE, WHICH IS A GLOBAL COMPETITION AMONG UNIVERSITIES IN WHICH THE STUDENTS MUST MAKE AN INVESTMENT ASSESSMENT FOR A REAL COMPANY. JEFFERSON WORKED AS A "SUMMER" INTERN FOR 45 DAYS AT FUNDA O BRAVA, SUPPORTING A PROJECT CALLED MEU MUNIC PIO.6.3 LEADERSHIP ACADEMY FOR DEVELOPMENT & INSPER (LAD)IN 2016, FUNDA O BRAVA SUPPORTED THE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY FOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DID BY INSPER. LAD WAS INTENSIVE PROGRAM FOR A SELECT GROUP OF MID- AND HIGH-LEVEL BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND BUSINESS LEADERS WAS DESIGNED TO ADDRESS HOW GOVERNMENT CAN ENCOURAGE AND ENABLE THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO PLAY A LARGER, MORE CONSTRUCTIVE ROLE AS A FORCE FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. A DRIVING PRINCIPLE OF THIS LAD-INSPER PROGRAM WAS THAT POLICY REFORM IS NOT LIKE ENGINEERING OR OTHER TECHNICAL FIELDS THAT HAVE DISCRETE SKILLS AND CLEAR, OPTIMAL SOLUTIONS. INSTEAD, SUCCESSFUL REFORMERS MUST BE POLITICALLY AWARE AND WEIGH A BROAD RANGE OF FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE POLICY OUTCOMES. THIS PROGRAM WAS DESIGNED TO PROVIDE PARTICIPANTS WITH AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK TO BUILD THESE LEADERSHIP ABILITIES AND OPERATE EFFECTIVELY UNDER ADVERSE CONDITIONS. MAJOR THEMES WERE: 1) THE STATE AS CATALYST FOR PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT, 2) ANTI-CORRUPTION INITIATIVES, 3) FINANCIAL SECTOR REFORM AND ACCESS TO FINANCE, AND 4) PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN INFRASTRUCTURE.IN 2016, THE COOPERATION BETWEEN BRAVA AND THE LAD/INSPER RESULTED IN:" 35 PARTICIPANTS FROM A SELECT GROUP OF MID- AND HIGH-LEVEL BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND BUSINESS LEADERS; " THE PROGRAM WAS DID WITH A GOOD PROFESSOR: FRANCIS FUKUYAMA FROM STANFORD AND ROGER LEEDS FROM JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY; " THE PROGRAM WAS EVALUATED WITH 9.4 AND HAD A GOOD FEEDBACKS BY PARTICIPANTS. 6.4 EXECUTIVE EDUCATIONIN 2016 BRAVA SUPPORTED THE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY FOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DID BY INSPER. THIS DONATION WAS COVERED BY INSPER TO DEVELOP A CASE STUDY ABOUT THE GOVERNANCE MODEL IN THE STATE OF RIO DE JANEIRO AND ALSO TO HAVE HOURS OF MENTORSHIP ABOUT CAREER IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR FOR THE STUDENTS.THE CASE STUDY WAS FINISHED AND THEY ALSO DID AND WORKSHOP ABOUT CAREER AND ITS CHALLENGES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR FOR AROUND 30 STUDENTS.  
FUNDING INSPER - INSTITUTO DE ENSINO E PESQUISA IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2014", PROJECT 5.
Program expenses  $554,155.00
Grants and allocations made  $554,155.00
Program description  FUNDING INSPER - INSTITUTO DE ENSINO E PESQUISA IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2014", PROJECT 2.
FUNDING THE INSTITUTO BRAVA IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR MONITORING OF FUNDACAO BRAVA'S PROJECTS IN BRAZIL (PROJECT 15).IN 2012, FUNDA O BRAVA ESTABLISHED A COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE INSTITUTO BRAVA, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION (NGO), WHICH AIMS TO PROMOTE AND DEVELOP BUSINESS PRACTICES THAT ENABLE BRAZIL TO DEVELOP AND ADVANCE IN SEVERAL AREAS. IN THIS WAY, INSTITUTO BRAVA IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MONITORING AND TRACKING OF ALL THE PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY FUNDA O BRAVA IN BRAZIL.AMONG THE MAIN ACTIVITIES ARE:" PERFORM ITS SERVICES WITH TECHNICAL RIGOR AND HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS, PURSUANT TO THE INFORMATION PROVIDED BY FUNDA O:" IMMEDIATELY REPORT ANY INCONSISTENCY AS WELL AS ANY EMERGING DOUBTS TO FUNDA O." ENSURE THAT THE FUNDS GRANTED UNDER THIS INSTRUMENT OF COOPERATION (I) ARE USED FOR CHARITABLE, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY, OR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES CONSISTENT WITH FUNDA O BRAVA'S ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND (II) DO NOT INURE, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO THE BENEFIT OF PRIVATE SHAREHOLDERS OR INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE FAMILIES. " CERTIFY THAT THE PROJECTS DO NOT EMPLOY OR DEAL WITH ANY INDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES ON ANY LISTS OF TERRORIST-LINKED ORGANIZATIONS ISSUED BY THE UNITES STATES GOVERNMENT, THE UNITED NATIONS OR THE EUROPEAN UNION, OR WITH ANY INDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES KNOWN TO SUPPORT TERRORISM." AGREE TO UNDERTAKE REASONABLE STEPS AND PRECAUTIONS TO ENSURE THAT THE FUNDS PROVIDED BY FUNDA O BRAVA ARE NOT ULTIMATELY DISTRIBUTED TO TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS." REPORT STEPS AND PRECAUTIONS TAKEN TO MEET THE OBLIGATIONS DESCRIBED ABOVE AND PROVIDE PERIODIC REPORTS TO FUNDA O BRAVA EXPLAINING THE USE OF GRANTS." ENSURE THAT FUNDS GRANTED UNDER THIS INSTRUMENT OF COOPERATION ARE NOT USED FOR THE DIRECT OR INDIRECT PARTICIPATION OR INTERVENTION IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS ON BEHALF OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO ANY CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC OFFICE.IN 2016, INSTITUTO BRAVA DID ALL ACTIVITIES LISTED SATISFACTORILY WITH REGARDS TO THE PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY FUNDA O BRAVA IN BRAZIL.
Program expenses$3,741,542.00  
Program descriptionFUNDING THE INSTITUTO BRAVA IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR MONITORING OF FUNDACAO BRAVA'S PROJECTS IN BRAZIL (PROJECT 15).IN 2012, FUNDA O BRAVA ESTABLISHED A COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH THE INSTITUTO BRAVA, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION (NGO), WHICH AIMS TO PROMOTE AND DEVELOP BUSINESS PRACTICES THAT ENABLE BRAZIL TO DEVELOP AND ADVANCE IN SEVERAL AREAS. IN THIS WAY, INSTITUTO BRAVA IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MONITORING AND TRACKING OF ALL THE PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY FUNDA O BRAVA IN BRAZIL.AMONG THE MAIN ACTIVITIES ARE:" PERFORM ITS SERVICES WITH TECHNICAL RIGOR AND HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS, PURSUANT TO THE INFORMATION PROVIDED BY FUNDA O:" IMMEDIATELY REPORT ANY INCONSISTENCY AS WELL AS ANY EMERGING DOUBTS TO FUNDA O." ENSURE THAT THE FUNDS GRANTED UNDER THIS INSTRUMENT OF COOPERATION (I) ARE USED FOR CHARITABLE, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY, OR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES CONSISTENT WITH FUNDA O BRAVA'S ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION AND (II) DO NOT INURE, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, TO THE BENEFIT OF PRIVATE SHAREHOLDERS OR INDIVIDUALS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE FAMILIES. " CERTIFY THAT THE PROJECTS DO NOT EMPLOY OR DEAL WITH ANY INDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES ON ANY LISTS OF TERRORIST-LINKED ORGANIZATIONS ISSUED BY THE UNITES STATES GOVERNMENT, THE UNITED NATIONS OR THE EUROPEAN UNION, OR WITH ANY INDIVIDUALS OR ENTITIES KNOWN TO SUPPORT TERRORISM." AGREE TO UNDERTAKE REASONABLE STEPS AND PRECAUTIONS TO ENSURE THAT THE FUNDS PROVIDED BY FUNDA O BRAVA ARE NOT ULTIMATELY DISTRIBUTED TO TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS." REPORT STEPS AND PRECAUTIONS TAKEN TO MEET THE OBLIGATIONS DESCRIBED ABOVE AND PROVIDE PERIODIC REPORTS TO FUNDA O BRAVA EXPLAINING THE USE OF GRANTS." ENSURE THAT FUNDS GRANTED UNDER THIS INSTRUMENT OF COOPERATION ARE NOT USED FOR THE DIRECT OR INDIRECT PARTICIPATION OR INTERVENTION IN POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS ON BEHALF OF OR IN OPPOSITION TO ANY CANDIDATE FOR PUBLIC OFFICE.IN 2016, INSTITUTO BRAVA DID ALL ACTIVITIES LISTED SATISFACTORILY WITH REGARDS TO THE PROJECTS SUPPORTED BY FUNDA O BRAVA IN BRAZIL.  
FUNDING THE INSTITUTO BRAVA IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR MONITORING OF FUNDACAO BRAVA'S PROJECTS IN BRAZIL. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2015", PROJECT 14
Program expenses $771,318.00$755,670.00
Grants and allocations made $0.00 
Program description FUNDING THE INSTITUTO BRAVA IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR MONITORING OF FUNDACAO BRAVA'S PROJECTS IN BRAZIL. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2015", PROJECT 14FUNDING THE INSTITUTO BRAVA IN THE FIELD OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR MONITORING OF FUNDACAO BRAVA'S PROJECTS IN BRAZIL. SEE DESCRIPTION IN "PROJECTS AND NGOS SPONSORED BY FUNDACAO BRAVA IN 2014", PROJECT 13
Financial data
Expense categories (totals)
Sum (total functional expenses)$5,384,414.00$2,024,884.00$3,067,187.00
Program services (total functional expenses)$5,336,696.00$2,015,791.00$2,982,147.00
Management & general (total functional expenses)$47,718.00$9,093.00$85,040.00
Fundraising (total functional expenses)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Revenue
Total revenue$5,659,081.00$2,038,745.00$3,035,095.00
Program service revenue (total) $0.00$0.00
Revenue from contributions (total)$5,657,101.00$2,035,936.00$3,033,155.00
Investment income$1,980.00$2,809.00$1,940.00
Total unrelated business revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Other revenue, current yr$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net unrelated business taxable revenue$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total revenue from grants, etc., current yr$5,657,101.00$2,035,936.00$3,033,155.00
Gross receipts$5,659,081.00$2,038,745.00$3,035,095.00
Sources of contributions
Revenue from all other contributions$5,657,101.00$2,035,936.00$3,033,155.00
Other types of revenue
Income from dividends, interest, and similar investments$1,980.00$2,809.00$1,940.00
Net rental income $0.00$0.00
Fees for services
Legal fees (total)$448.00$4,629.00$2,208.00
Fundraising service fees (total)$0.00$0.00$0.00
Accounting service fees (total)$1,495.00$1,400.00$1,350.00
Assets and liabilities
Total assets$425,885.00$151,217.00$137,356.00
Total assets, beginning of year$151,217.00$137,356.00$170,799.00
Total liabilities$0.00$0.00$0.00
Total liabilities, beginning of year$0.00$0.00$0.00
Net assets$425,885.00$151,217.00$137,356.00
Net assets, beginning of year$151,217.00$137,356.00$170,799.00
Cash: non-interest bearing$88,240.00$28,655.00$84,075.00
Cash: non-interest bearing, beginning of year$28,655.00$84,075.00$57.00
Other financial variables
Revenue less expenses$274,667.00$13,861.00-$32,092.00
Savings & temp cash investment$337,645.00$122,562.00$53,281.00
Total net assets or fund balances$425,885.00$151,217.00$137,356.00
Governance and accountability
Number of voting members222
Number of independent voting members000
Relationships among key personnelTrueTrueTrue
Tax year start date2016-01-012015-01-012014-01-01
Tax year end date2016-12-312015-12-312014-12-31
Accounting methodCashCashCash
Metadata about the filing
E-return type990990990
Date e-filing submitted2017-10-202016-12-202015-09-10
IRS schema version2016v3.02015v2.12014v5.0
Filing identifier201712239349301626201642189349300969201532189349300228
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