We are committed to transparency
INITIATIVE TRANSPARENT CIVIL SOCIETY
Transparency is extremely important to us. That is why we have joined the Transparent Civil Society Initiative.
We are committed to making the following ten informations available to the public and keeping them up to date. In September 2008 - exactly 6 years after the start of Sharkproject e.V. - the national organisation Sharkproject Germany e.V. was founded. The aim is to implement the international activities on a national level.
1. Name, registered office, address and year of foundation
Sharkproject Germany e.V.
Contact Person for ITZ:
2. Complete statutes and information on objectives and organisation
Germany | SHARKPROJECT (Statutes)
Germany | SHARKPROJECT (Mission Statement)
Home | SHARKPROJECT (Vision)
3. Date of the most recent notice from the tax office
Notice of exemption dated 22.01.2021 for the period 2017-2019
Issued by the tax office Offenbach am Main II
Tax number: 44250 86958
4. Name and function of key decision-makers
Juliane Höfler - Chairperson of the Board of Directors
Jasmin Finger - Deputy Chairperson
Jan Bierwirth - Deputy Chairperson
Claudia Werner - Treasurer
Steffen Griebsch - Treasurer
Rolf Richter - Treasurer
6. Staff structure
Paid staff - 0 (we have no paid staff)
Active / voluntary staff - 159
Members - 158
7. Information on the source of funds
All income is presented in our annual report and in the profit and loss calculation:
Annual Report Sharkproject Germany 2021
Overview of donations - page 2
Income and expenditure - page 3
8. Information on the use of funds
The overview of the use of funds can be found in the annual report - page 1 and page 3 and in the profit and loss calculation.
Annual Report Sharkproject 2021
9. Corporate affiliation
Sharkproject Germany e.V. is part of the parent organisation Sharkproject International. The parent organisation is responsible for the conception, coordination and implementation of Sharkproject campaigns and activities worldwide.
It is supported in its work by the country organisations Germany, Austria and Switzerland. In addition, there is international cooperation with other marine conservation organisations.
The members of Sharkproject International are the three national organisations and the naturally elected persons. These elect the international board from their ranks. According to the statutes, all work of the members and the board is voluntary. No expenses or fees are paid.