Ines Fantinato

Ines Fantinato – Donations management

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Ines Fantinato has been an important member of the EuroNatur team since 2014. Experienced in business, she writes letters of welcome to all new sponsors and supporters, creates and sends out sponsorship certificates, ensures that donations are properly recorded and keeps the contact database for EuroNatur's donors, sponsors and supporters up to date.

Bookkeeping is her other specialist area within the team. In this role she is responsible for paying invoices on time, keeping an eye on expenses claims and managing EuroNatur’s funds, as well as calculating project grants and providing evidence that they have been used for the purpose intended.

Being outdoors and immersing herself in spectacular landscapes is very important to Ines. She says: "Albrecht Dürer's exhortation ‘If you want to know what beauty is, go out into Nature and you will find it there’ hits the nail on the head. It gives me a sense of satisfaction to know that my work at EuroNatur will help to preserve the beauty of Nature."

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