Initiative for a Transparent Civil Society

Our organisation at a glance:

1 – Name, Seat, Address and founding year
MADE IN BANGLADESH e.V.
c/o Claas Liegmann
Kolonnenstraße 19
10829 Berlin
Germany
Founding in 2015

 

2 – Complete statutes, purposes and objectives of the club
Our current statutes.

The non-profit club for the common good was founded to provide measures in the field of basic medical care, education and humanitarian aid in Bangladesh. We want to enable people to live in dignity and support them with what we all have long taken for granted. Currently, we have specialized in financing deep wells and monitoring their construction. In addition, we support schools financially, but also with material donations.

 

3 – Information about tax benefits
We are exempt from corporate income tax and trade tax under Section 5 (1) No. 9 of the Corporate Income Tax Act and Section 3 No. 6 of the Trade Tax Act for promoting development cooperation in Bangladesh for charitable purposes by the Tax Office for Corporations I in Berlin (tax number: 27/672/58131, dated March 28, 2017 for the last assessment period 2015).

 

4 – Name and functions of key decision-makers
Claas Liegmann: 1. Chairperson
Elisabeth Liegmann: 2. Chairperson

5 – Activity reports
A full report of our activities can be found in our Yearly Report 2020.

 

6 – Staffing structure

At MADE IN BANGLADESH e.V. all members work on a voluntary basis. On average, about 5 people work part-time for the club.

 

7 – Where we get our funds from

You can find information about the origin of our funds in our current Yearly Report 2020.

 

8 – How we use our funds

You will find details on our use of funds in our current Yearly Report 2020.

 

9 – Social connection with third parties

MADE IN BANGLADESH e.V. is not a subsidiary organization of another institution nor is it in any other way affiliated with third parties under company law.

 

10 – Names of persons whose annual payments represent more than 10% of the total annual budget

There were no individual donations that accounted for more than 10 percent of total annual revenue.

Initiative for a Transparent Civil Society