Queen Mathilde Fund

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The Queen Mathilde Fund (formerly from 2001 to 2013 Princess Mathilde Fund) is a Belgian foundation, named after Queen Mathilde of Belgium. The fund was created from the donations the queen received on her wedding with then Prince Philippe, and is aimed towards the most vulnerable people in Belgian society.

Queen Mathilde Prize[edit]

Since 2001 the Queen Mathilde Prize is awarded annually in order to support special initiatives, which seek to strengthen the position of people and groups in Belgium who, for whichever reason, are socially more vulnerable

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