community guidelines

To help everyone talk about the causes we support, we’ve put together these Community Guidelines which lay out the rules for using decideandact.com as well as interacting with all our social media pages.

Do’s

  • Be open-minded.
  • Share our content that illustrates your values.
  • Share your story, help us and others identify the problems your community experiences and how we can take action together.
  • Speak out on any issue you want to change.
  • Help us identify key opinion leaders who you think would want to work with us.
  • Contact us to submit a cause for an application.

Don’ts

  • Do not incite violence; moral or physical.
  • Do not hate; we focus on solutions, not problems
  • Do not discriminate; we do not tolerate any criticism based on age, colour, disability, ethnic origin, gender identity, nationality, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or medical condition.
  • Don’t mislead others with false or unverified information.
  • Don’t impersonate others.
  • Do not violate other’s privacy by sharing private information about other people or content you do not own.
  • Do not bully.
  • Do not use offensive language.
  • Do not spam.

Any content violating the above guidelines will be removed immediately and without notice, in order to protect the people that we support and defend the values we stand for.

Supported projects guidelines

As a company that stands for peace, ecology and diversity, we’re committed to supporting different types of projects that relate to the 3 causes. To secure the relevance of the project and a rigorous execution despite resource constraints, we have decided to focus on causes that:

are action-driven solutions

It is important for us to act on the most urgent matters and that is why we focus on corrective and preventive actions that help our communities now.

have a global impact 

Our headquarters are in Switzerland but our team and partners are international. To make a difference, we give priority to projects that have a global benefit to the community.

have a spokesperson

We learn and grow every day, we do not pretend to know everything about the people we help but we want to. If your cause has a spokesperson (may as well be an individual, a group, or an organization) who holds the expertise on the project, this helps to convey the right message and trigger action.

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