The profits generated by Cesra Arzneimittel GmbH, as well as the personal commitment of the employees at Cesra GmbH and the Redel Foundation, form the basis for the support of charitable projects.
With an administrative expense ratio of less than 1%, it is one of the most effectively run charitable foundations in Germany.
The exertion of third-party influence over decisions made by the foundation by those outside the appointed board of management, as is often the case in family foundations, does not apply to the Redel Foundation.
This means that, under the supervision of the Karlsruhe regional council, more than 99% of the funds are channelled exclusively into charitable projects that aim to help those who have been affected by disaster.
With your financial support, we can make an even greater impact. Explore your passion and provide assistance where it is needed most in the form of financial support.
Do you have questions about what we do and how we use your donations?
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We will be more than happy to provide further information.
Donation & Good deed = Tax deductible
Making a voluntary unpaid contribution to a non-profit organisation such as the Redel Foundation is considered a donation. The foundation is obligated to spend this contribution in accordance with their statutory purposes without delay. The great thing is, you can deduct donations from your taxable income as special expenses for the promotion of tax-privileged purposes in accordance with the German Tax Code (sect. 52 to 54) – up to 20% of your total earnings! (pursuant to sect. 10b(1) Income Tax Act)
Should your donation exceed the maximum amount of 20%, or cannot be fully taken into account in the year it was provided, the remaining amount can be deducted as special expenses in the following years. So, don’t delay that good deed – it’s worth it!
More information on the topic of donating can be found at The Association of German Foundations (external link).