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Programs


Programs That Fund the Most Crucial Issues.


We offer two types of programs: Programs that are independently managed by the Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund, and programs operated in collaboration with the DMUN Foundation.


Both types of programs contribute to the centric values, vision, mission, and impact areas of both the DMUN Foundation and the Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund.


Most of our grants do not have a public nomination procedure, but for selected grants, there will be options to apply here.

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Independent Programs

Independent programs are programs that are operated by the Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund, from the annual budget the fund receives for our programs. Unlike programs for the DMUN Foundation, these programs are open to organisations not affiliated with the DMUN Foundation


The Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Grant

The Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Grant is the flagship grant of the Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Grant. This grant has no restrictions in amount, and can be given to a organisation “that is the ideal embodiments of The Fund and the Foundation’s mission, vision, and values...”.


This grant has no formal application process, and is only given to organisations nominated by the Fund’s Selection Team, and approved by The Foundation’s Board of Trustees.

The Grant for Youth Participation in Intergovernmental Processes

The Grant for Youth Participation in Intergovernmental Processes is to aid youths who desires to participate in international conferences, forums, and other events, but lacks the necessary funding to do so.


This grant is normally provided through a nomination process from the Departmental Directors of The Foundation, but while rare, open requests of grants through our email may be accepted.

The YouthCubed - Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund Grant

The Cooperative Endowment on Youth-Led Sustainability is an specialised endowment to provide specific funding towards selected participants of YouthCubed’s programs.


Participants who would like to apply for the grant must first be selected for at least one of YouthCubed’s three programs.

Programs with DMUN Foundation

Programs with the DMUN Foundation are commissioned and monitored by the Board of Trustees of the DMUN Foundation.


The Permanent Endowment

The Permanent Endowment of the DMUN Foundation is an endowment used to provide financial stability to the DMUN Foundation. The funds are used to supplement Foundation operations during times of reduced income of the Foundation, or urgent areas that require immediate funding.

Annual Budget Proposals

The Annual Budget of the DMUN Foundation is approved by voting from the Board of the Trustees, which outlines the funding for operations and programs for the three member organisations of the DMUN Foundation and the Foundation itself. The fund is tasked with identifying needs of funding, evaluating the ideal amount funding for such needs, proposing a annual budget plan to the Board of Trustees, and reporting the budget and its uses to the members.

Joint Fundraising System

The Joint Fundrasising System is responsible for managing the necessary infrastructure to accept donations and grants to fund the works of the Foundation and its member organisations. The system is also responsible for donor outreach, grant applications, fundraisers, donor reports, funding transparency, and organisational independence.

Contribute

Give, Volunteer, or Fundraise.


Making a difference is a collective effort, and there are many ways you can contribute to our mission of empowering youth and driving positive change.


Contact Us


enquiries@financial.dmun.org

+82 - 10 - 5696 - 8302


The Fund has flexible work hours.

If you are not able to reach us by phone, please email us, and we will respond within 7 business days.



Visit Us

4th Floor, Suite 024,

Dabok-Building, 12 Gangnamdaero 156-gil,

Gangnam-gu, Seoul Metropolitan City,

Republic of Korea


By appointment only




Katija Hyoungjoo Neber Fund is a associated organisation of the DMUN Foundation, collectively referred as “The Foundation” here after, (Registered Charity 790-80-02573, Republic of Korea), the umbrella organisation for Discover Model United Nations, Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund, and YouthCubed.


Non-Discrimination Policy

The Foundation strictly prohibit any form of discrimination, harassment, or unfair treatment based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, disability, or any other protected characteristic.


For Foreign Donors

Donors who have foreign citizenship or registered in a foreign country (for entities) may be subject to local regulations that may prohibit them from receiving tax exemptions from donations to a foreign non-profit entity or being able to contribute at all. Please check local regulations on contributing to a foreign non-profit entity prior to contributing to the Foundation.


Important Notice for All Donors

The Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund is a non-profit philanthropic fund. This means that this fund does not generate profit to be returned to its investors, but to be used for public good. The fund has no legal obligation to reimburse or return any portion of any donated funds, securities, assets, or other items.


The Katija Neuber Fund, its affiliates, and its associates do not provide financial, legal, tax, or accounting advice. You should consult your legal, financial and/or tax advisors before making any financial decisions, including donations to non-profits.


Declaration on Political Independence and Neutrality

The Foundation does not accept donations or contributions from any governments or entities owned by a government due to its policy on political neutrality. No donor, regardless of individual or entity, or amount contributed has the right to influence the Foundation’s decisions or any part of its operations.


Statements included in this website may not reflect the Foundation’s opinions on such matters, but opinions of certain members of the Foundation. An opinion that reflects the whole of the Foundation or its associated member organizations will be expectedly indicated and stated.


The Foundation reserves the right to refuse donations, contributions, or partnership offers if the Foundation determines the provided contributions/donations to be from illegal, unethical, or immoral sources.


Communications Disclaimer

In all emails of The Foundation, TLS, a standard encryption protocol for emails, is used. These emails can include your personal, confidential or other sensitive information (“Private Information”). If you or your entity does not utilise TLS, there is a greater risk of unauthorised disclosure of Private Information, which The Foundation does not hold responsibility of.


Notice on Grant Provisions

The DMUN Foundation, and its constituent organisations including the Katija Hyoungjoo Neuber Fund is registered as a non-profit government to the Republic of Korea.


The DMUN Foundation reserves the right to review a gift request/fundraiser request/volunteer application, and if required, withhold or cancel the gift/fundraiser/volunteer application if the individual or entity has: gained the funds/resources for the gift in unlawful, immoral or unethical ways, are not legally allowed to provide a gift to a foreign non-profit organisation, are prohibited under the Inter-Korea Cooperation Act or other relevant regulations from the Republic of Korea, included in the United Nations Security Council Consolidated List, or prohibited from contributing to The Foundation through a resolution from the Board of Trustees.


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