Common Coin has a mission: to counteract the decrease in the number of active givers in Germany and to help build a new generation of giving.
Common Coin is a NGO that has made it its mission to make giving as easy and as efficient as possible. With one click you have the opportunity to support various local, national and international NGOs in the fields of environmental protection, humanitarian aid and animal welfare.
Yes. Common Coin is a NGO whose motivation and actions pursue only charitable purposes and goals.
The work of Common Coin serves exclusively and directly tax-privileged non-profit purposes in the sense of §§ 51 ff. A0 and, according to the last notice of exemption we received from the Tax Office for Corporations I, Berlin, dated July 05, 2021, Common Coin is exempt from corporate income tax pursuant to Section 5 (1) No. 9 of the German Corporate Income Tax Act and from trade tax pursuant to Section 3 No. 6 of the German Trade Tax Act.
Common Coin passes on 95 per cent of every giving to selected local, national and international NGOs in the areas of
Each NGO supported by Common Coin receives an equal share. The other 5% enables Common Coin to raise awareness of giving and motivate more potential givers.
The NGOs inform Common Coin about their activities and what the donations were spent on. Common Coin then gives a comprehensive report back to its supporters on an ongoing basis.
If you have any further questions, please contact us via Mail.
Noe wants to get socially involved and give money. She has set a monthly giving budget of 25,00 €. However, the choice of which organization to support overwhelms her; she would love to spread her money across different fields but doesn’t have the time to research or understand the NGO world.
Noe hears about Common Coin and gives it a go. From her monthly donation, Common Coin gives 95 percent (23,75 €) to selected NGOs in the fields of environmental protection, humanitarian aid and animal welfare in equal shares. 5 percent (1,25 €) are used by Common Coin to motivate and equip more potential givers - meaning Noe’s money is now not only ending up where its most needed and effective, but it is also helping to grow more givers.
Common Coin reports to Noe continuously and transparently – either via direct contact of through newsletters or social media - so Noe can clearly understand where and how her donation is effective. At the beginning of the following year, she will receive a donation receipt from Common Coin so she can claim it on her tax return.
Yes. At the beginning of each year, you will receive a donation receipt from Common Coin by e-mail for your donations made throughout the previous year. If you need your receipt earlier or if you have any questions, please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. You can claim your donation as a tax expense. You can find more information here or consult your tax advisor.
Common Coin transfers all givings received to its NGOs pool at the beginning of each month.
You can easily end or change your monthly donation with an Mail to us.
Common Coin has a mission: to counteract the negative development of active givers in Germany in two ways:
With every giving to Common Coin you not only support NGOs in the fields of environmental protection, humanitarian aid and animal welfare, but you also help to get new givers on board and build a new generation of giving.
For the realization of Common Coin, expenses are incurred on an ongoing basis, such as:
Currently, our team consists only of wonderful volunteers. If you are interested in supporting us and becoming part of the Common Coin team, please contact us.
Common Coin supports a continuously growing list of local as well as international NGOs in the fields of environmental protection, humanitarian aid and animal welfare.
See Details about the organizations here: NGOs.
Our team is researching and deciding which NGO to support. Eligibility is evaluated based on various criteria, such as transparency, effectiveness, communication, vision and goals.
Each NGO receives an equal share of your giving. We currently have 12 NGOs on our list.