The Against Malaria Foundation (AMF) is a registered charity in the UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands. This means donors from any of these countries are able to benefit from national tax benefits for their charitable contributions to AMF.
AMF is also registered to receive tax-deductible donations through an organisation called Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) from donors based in the following countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.
Residents in Switzerland may make tax-deductible donation through the Effective Altruism Foundation.
More information about all of these options is available on AMF's website.
The Schistosomiasis Control Initiative (SCI) is registered to receive tax-deductible donations through an organisation called Transnational Giving Europe (TGE) from donors based in the following countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Switzerland. Information about how to donate is available on SCI's website.
Following a ruling by the European Courts of Justice, tax relief should be available to charities across the EU. If you live in one EU country and donate to a charity registered in another EU country you may be able to claim tax back.
However, this ruling does not mean that you can guarantee a tax deduction for giving to SCI, AMF or any other EU-based charity simply because the charity is registered in an EU member state. Member states have amended their legislation to comply with European Courts of Justice ruling to varying degrees. You must check the amendments of your country's national tax laws regarding charitable donations.
Even if you think that the charity you are donating to meets the requirements of your country's amended tax-deductibility laws, you (and the charity) will have to convince the tax authorities of this before you can claim a tax deduction.
Project Healthy Children and Deworm the World Initiative do not have tax-deductible arrangements for EU donors.
More information on the EU ruling and its practical implications can be found here.
Further information on the way in which Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany and The Netherlands have responded to the Persche ruling can be found here (under heading 3: "Limited, or No, Tax Incentives for International Philanthropy").