Germany

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If you are German, then donations of up to 20% of your annual income can be claimed as tax-exempt (donations of over 20% can be carried into the next fiscal year). The money that can be claimed from a tax deductible donation may enable you to be more generous than you initially thought.

How do I claim tax reduction?

In order to claim a tax-deductible donation on your tax return, you will need a donation receipt from the charity you have given to and either a cash payment receipt or payment confirmation from the bank. Importantly, the charity's receipt must be issued using an official template which can be found here.

Against Malaria Foundation

Against Malaria Foundation is a registered charity in Germany. To claim tax back on your donation simply follow the process outlined above, ensuring to use an official template.

Schistosomiasis Control Initiative and Deworm the World

You can claim tax reduction by donating through GBS. Read more here.

Project Healthy Children

You can claim tax reduction by donating through GBS. Read more here.

How much can I claim back?

An income tax calculator (which can be found here) can help you work out how much you could claim from a tax-deductible donation.