Dnghu's financial needs are covered by private and public funds, as there are no commercial
revenues to date. These funds come mainly from educational institutions interested in
sponsoring or promoting the Europaio language, and also from regional public institutions
interested in having Dnghu's national centres within their territories. The EU is our
future most obvious source of funding, but at present no project has been presented to EU's
Unlike universal software projects driven by non-profit organizations, the Dnghu Group -future
Dnghu Foundation- is European-based and European-driven, which has two main consequences:
- It cannot rely mainly on private donations, as there is no donations-culture in Europe. We
can only rely on public funding, which is in turn greater and also more stable than in the outside.
This puts a big obstacle in the initial development of the project, as public funding is difficult
to obtain for unknown institutions, and we know we will not receive substantial private donations.
- Unlike those other foundations, European law does not allow enrichment of the Foundation members,
which make it a clear objective of public funding. This means that, once we have passed the initial
hard stage of development until we become a renowned institution, fundraising will be a more
stable source of project financing for Dnghu.