The financial resources of Caritas Accueil et Solidarité Asbl, Caritas Jeunes et Familles Asbl, Caritas Enfants et Familles Asbl and the Fondation Caritas Luxembourg are derived from both private and public sources.
These sources include private donations, corporate donations, legacies and dedicated funds, parishes, municipalities, state subsidies, framework financing agreements of the Luxembourg Government, European Union funds, the World Food Programme and the Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte (the Grand Duchess Charlotte National Assistance Charity).
Caritas Accueil et Solidarité Asbl, Caritas Jeunes et Familles Asbl and Caritas Enfants et Familles Asbl are all not-for-profit associations that fund their activities primarily through agreements with the State. The funding of innovative projects, which are developed after identifying social needs on the ground, is assured by the collection of private donations.
The Fondation Caritas Luxembourg, recognized as an organisation of public utility, is responsible for collecting donations. In different areas, private donations often open the door to co-funding from the Luxembourg Government and the European Union. Legacies and donations are still essential to ensure that Caritas Luxembourg's activities are sustainable.
For more than 25 years, the accounts of Caritas Luxembourg have been inspected by company auditors. For the Fondation Caritas Luxembourg, there are also regular internal and external audits, particularly as part of ISO 9001 certification. Furthermore, the Fondation Caritas Luxembourg is a founder member of the not-for-profit association Don en confiance (Giving in Confidence) and has signed a corporate social responsibility charter.