Transparency at VISIONEERS
Even though there is no standardized publishing rules for non-profit organisations, we are convinced that transparency is a core criterion for trustworthy social engagement. As a primarilyvoluntary organization, we orientate ourselves around the ten rules of transparency, as outlined in the initiative "Transparente Zivilgesellschaft". Its main goal is to show where organisations source their financial funding, how it is used and who is making the decisions about it.
With these ten pieces of information you can get an overview of civil society organisations independent of theirlegal form, size and activity.
1. General Information
Name: Visioneers e.V.
Address: Belziger straße 71 10823 Berlin
Mailing Address: Visioneers e.V. Belziger straße 71 10823 Berlin
Fouding year: 2015
2. Mission and Statute
Our statute can be downloaded here: Statute
Mission: Our mission can be summarized in three main points:
a. Raise awareness for social problems
VISIONEERS wants to remove/breakdown barriers by connecting the business world to the world of charity, and by helping people to use their know-how to make a social difference in the world.
b. Active Refugee Aid
Since mid-2015 VISIONEERS e.V. has developedprograms to support fled families and individuals, and has entered into collaboration with initial receptions, shelters and permanent establishments of the civil community.
c. International Development Work
Purpose of the association is the promotion of elementary education and work in developing and emerging countries. The promotion of development work and international attitude, tolerance within all areas of culture and the intercultural understanding thought.
3. The latest confirmation of the recognition as a tax-deferred, non-profit corporation by the revenue office
The latest confirmation of the revenue office can be downloaded here: Non-profit_2015
4. Names and fuctions of key desicion makers
Persons who can make decisions in accordance with the Articles of Association: Natascha Tepaß (1st Chairman), Norbert Tepaß (2nd Chairman)
5. Activity report
Our activity report for 2015 and 2016 can be downloaded here:
6. Personal structure
1st Chairman Natascha Tepaß (volunteer from 15.04.2015 till now 30 hours a week)-
2nd chairman Norbert Tepaß (15.04.2015 till now 2 hours a month)
Treasurer and project leader Robert-Constantin Tepaß (15.04.2015 till now 10 hours a week)-
Project employee: Rochina Williams (35 hours a week- email@example.com)
Public relations work: Dorin Schmitz (15.04.15 till now around 15 hours a month)
Graphic designer: Dorka Krasznahorkai ( Since may 2015 - 5 hours a month)
Sewing workshop leader: Julia Schmidt ( since 10.2015, 5-10 hours a week)
Work student: Hanna Müller (since 2016- 10 hours a week)
Coach: Gerhild Heitzmann (since 03.2016, 7 hours a month)
7 and 8 Source of funds and use of funds
As a non-profit organization, we commit ourselves to keeping the latter proportion as low as possible and are investing our voluntary working hours. The association finances itself are primarily through donations and grants. As an association, we make every effort to keep our administrative expenses as low as possible and to cover as much as possible through our own voluntary work. Our aim for the coming year is low administrative costs.Nevertheless, costs are incurred for the maintenance of the website, for tax consultancy, the printing of information material, the workshops, the school construction in Costa Rica and last but not least for the associations public relations work.
An overview of the income and expenditure can be found in our financial report linked below.
9. Corporate affiliation with third parties
10. Grants that account for more than 10% of total annual revenues