Consulting portal MTÜ abi, a roadmap for CSOs, helps to find quick answers to your questions regarding the establishment of an CSO and guides you through the complex world of funding opportunities.
Use the left-hand menu to navigate the webpage. The menu has been based on an organisation’s life cycle – from the activities preceding its establishment to ending its activity. On the right-hand side, you will find the calendar of terms and events (in Estonian language) and a news/notifications section, where we occasionally publish information of state-wide interest.
If you do not find an answer to your question, feel free to use the Need help? button to send your question without leaving your computer or look up our English-speaking consultants and directly contact any one of them.
The portal is meant for all CSOs, the people who run them, and all those interested in the civil society. Apartment associations are counselled and serviced by the Estonian Union of Co-operative Housing Associations.
Looking for additional information Estonia? Maybe one of the following links gives you a helping hand.
- settleinestonia.ee – Your guide to settling in Estonia
- workinestonia.ee – Why work in Estonia?
- Estonian World – A global independent online magazine writing about cosmopolitan Estonians around the world
- Estonian Institute – Spreading information about Estonian society and culture abroad
- news.err.ee – News from Estonian Public Broadcasting’s English-language service
The administrator of the MTÜ abi portal
The entity responsible for the administration and content of the MTÜ abi portal is the National Foundation of Civil Society. The content of the portal has been created in cooperation with the CSO consultants working at county development centres.
Questions related to the portal or its content are addressed by Tarmo Treimann, tel. +372 656 0487, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.