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Our Governance

Reach for Change is a Swedish non-profit foundation with presence in 17 countries around the world. Our Board is responsible for organising the foundation and administering its affairs. The foundation's work is lead by a global management team, with representatives from our different regions and core functions.


We are a member of Frii (the Swedish Fundraising Council), and as such we we comply with the Frii Quality Code, which sets out best practice for governance of charitable organizations.


The name of the Foundation is Reach for Change Foundation, and the registered office of the Board of Trustees is in Stockholm, Sweden. 


The Board of Trustees meets quarterly, convened by the Chairperson. Extra meetings are to be held when a Board member or Chairperson considers it necessary. Appointment of new Board members and deputies is to take place at the first ordinary meeting for the year. The Chairperson of the Foundation is appointed by the founder, but the mandate to appoint the Chairperson can be left to the Board.   


The Board of Trustees shall consist of at least three and not more than seven Members with a maximum of three deputies, all appointed for a term of two year each unless otherwise stated below. The Board of Trustees is responsible for organising the Foundation and administering its affairs. The founder has the right to appoint three members. Reach for Change currently consists of six Board Members and one substitute.


  • Jørgen Madsen Lindemann

    Jørgen Madsen Lindemann BOARD MEMBER

    President and CEO, MTG Modern Times Group

  • Torun Litzén

    Torun Litzén CHAIR

    Director Corporate Communication, Kinnevik

  • Georgi Ganev

    Georgi Ganev BOARD MEMBER

    Kinnevik Investment AB

  • Anders Jensen

    Anders Jensen BOARD MEMBER


  • Viktor Wallström

    Viktor Wallström BOARD MEMBER


Frii Quality Code & Annual Reports

Reach for Change is a member of Frii (The Swedish Fundraising Council), a trade organization that works to ensure transparency and ethical standards in fundraising. As members, we comply with the Frii Quality Code. The code dictates, among other things, that vital information about the organization's governance and key processes should be shared publicly. Such information (in addition to what is presented above and in other parts of the website) can be found here:

R4C report on FRII Quality Code
Our Board
Investment policy
Salary and remuneration of highest official
Policy for countering irregular conduct
Fundraising policy
Code of Conduct
Annual Report 2016
Frii Impact Report 2015
FRII Impact Report 2016
FRII Impact Report 2017

Privacy policy
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